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S’poreans react to Michael Palmer featured in The Straits Times about rugby game raising money for charity

Posted on 04 October 2015

Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.


Ex-PAP politician Michael Palmer was featured in The Straits Times on Oct. 3, 2015, almost three years after he resigned from Parliament.

The article is about law students and veteran lawyers tackling each other in rugby to raise funds for charity.

The event, Rugby Charity Shield, was organised by law firms Drew & Napier and Quahe Woo & Palmer.

The event at Yio Chu Kang stadium raised $85,000 through donations.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:


sian-half-auntie “It is nice to see that there is life after parliament.”
Guo Hui, 46-year-old wooden chair maker


sian-half-uncle “Makes me wonder how Laura Ong is doing.”
Gao Wai Yu, 64-year-old biology teacher


happy-bird-girl “He can tackle me any time.”
Kai Fang, 18-year-old law student










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