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TKGian Leaders

'... with some great daring venture'



Madam Halimah Yacob

Speaker of the Parliament of Singapore

Member of Parliament, Jurong GRC (2001 - Present)

Student of TKGS, 1972 - 1973

          After completing her primary and secondary education at SCGS, Madam Halimah went to TKGS for her pre-university education and spent three memorable...

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Mrs Tan Ching Yee

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health

Student of TKGS, 1977 - 1980

          Among Mrs Tan Ching Yee’s most deeply imprinted memories of TKGS were the assembly concerts. Her class concerts in Secondary 3 and 4 were the best, she says, because their teachers...

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Mrs Audrey Liow

Regional Business Head, Nestle Singapore

Student of TKGS, 1972 – 1975

Chairman of TKGS School Advisory Committee

          “At that time the library was quite small. We had to source for, label and sort  the books. I remember the book shopping trips to the old MPH bookstore near the former National Library, ...

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Ms Tan Yen Yen

Senior Vice President (Applications), Oracle Corporation,
Asia Pacific Division

Student of TKGS, 1981   1984

          Ms Tan Yen Yen has maintained her ties with TKGS though she graduated two decades ago. During the class reunions, she would reminisce over old times with her TKGS classmates and friends...

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Dr. Goh Ping Ping

Consultant Cardiologist and Echocardiologist

Diplomate, National Board of Echocariodography (USA)

Chief, Department of Cardiology, Changi General Hospital (2007 -2012)

Official spokesperson, Go Red For Women Campaign, Singapore

Student of TKGS, 1977 – 1980

          A second-time Prime Minister’s Book Prize winner in 1980, the year she graduated from TKGS, Ms Goh Ping Ping recalls the encouragement of then Principal Ms Bandara, ...

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Mrs Ruby Lim-Yang

Artistic Directorand co-founder, ACT 3 International

Student of TKGS, 1970 – 1973

          Mrs Ruby Lim-Yang’s interest in the arts was given free rein in TKGS. Values and skills such as Innovation, resourcefulness and the art of negotiation were also nurtured...

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