Supper Club interview with the Straits Times

I did a two-hour long interview with the Straits Times for its “Supper Club” series, which was published on 18 January 2014. I shared my thoughts on a range of issues, including healthcare financing, public transport, media regulation, education and the Workers’ Party’s approach to political engagement. I also shared about my work as a Non-constituency MP and about my family.

I did a two-hour long interview with the Straits Times for its “Supper Club” series, which was published on 18 January 2014. I shared my thoughts on a range of issues, including healthcare financing, public transport, media regulation, education and the Workers’ Party’s approach to political engagement. I also shared about my work as a Non-constituency MP and about my family.

Click the two links below to read the interview and watch the video.

Part 1:

Gerald Giam: ‘Rethink health-care financing philosophy’
Non-Constituency MP Gerald Giam is the Workers’ Party’s point man on health care issues. In Part 1 of this Supper Club interview, he speaks about what he thinks should be changed in health-care financing and public transport.

Gerald Giam: ‘Rethink health-care financing philosophy’

Non-Constituency MP Gerald Giam is the Workers’ Party’s point man on health care issues. In Part 1 of this Supper Club interview, he speaks about what he thinks should be changed in health-care financing and public transport.

Part 2:

Gerald Giam: ‘We’re a moderate party, not fence-sitters’

In Part 2 of this Supper Club interview, Non-Constituency MP Gerald Giam of the Workers’ Party talks about whether he sees a shift in the Government’s policy approach, the difference between being moderate and sitting on the fence, and his personal life.

Author: Gerald Giam

Gerald Giam is the Member of Parliament for Aljunied GRC. He is a member of the Workers' Party of Singapore. The opinions expressed on this page are his alone.