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Playwright Lim Hai Yen was diagnosed with aphasia in 2020 and a later, her husband, Tampines GRC MP Baey Yam Keng, found out he had stage one nose cancer. They speak about their health issues, and how they emerged stronger with the help of each other and their children. Read more: 🤍 Watch the full episode of The Big Story: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE ➤ 🤍 Turn on notifications 🔔 to stay updated WEBSITE ➤ 🤍 FACEBOOK ➤ 🤍 TIKTOK ➤ 🤍 INSTAGRAM ➤ 🤍 TWITTER ➤ 🤍 TELEGRAM ➤ 🤍 PODCASTS ➤ 🤍 #thebigstory #livingwell #straitstimes
People's Action Party MP Baey Yam Keng on Monday (Nov 28) spoke in support of repealing Section 377A, the law criminalising gay sex in Singapore. He added that as Singapore takes a step towards becoming more tolerant and inclusive, it must protect the prevailing definition of marriage. Full debate highlights: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
Ayden Sng cooked bowls of beef noodles whilst Baey Yam Keng served them to raise money for the Tampines North Citizen Consultative Committee Community Development and Welfare Fund. Watch on to find out how Mr Baey was almost defeated by technology!" #buzzswipe To read more about it: 🤍 Description: 孙政埋头煮面，马炎庆议员当服务生捧菜，一切都是为了给淡滨尼北公民咨询委员会社区发展与福利基金筹款。点餐捧菜招待样样行，马议员却说自己败给了科技！ - Watch more on 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍mewatch.mediacorp
PAP Candidate for Tampines GRC Baey Yam Keng: "What is important is to take our work seriously and treat people with sincerity."
This episode, the girls visit some places Tampines and meet some of the nicest, friendliest people living in the area. For their first mission, the girls will need to order 57 drinks and deliver them (successfully). What surprises await them this episode? (Pssst: MP Baey to the rescue!) (EP 2 PART 1) #buzzswipe ""4567 Where Are We Now?"" is a new game segment featuring the new girl group, 4567 (Seow Sin Nee, Jernelle Oh, Juin Teh and Gini Chang). If you have any interesting ideas for #JustSwipeLah to feature, drop us an email at contacts🤍smilingmedia.sg 在这集里，4567来到淡滨尼，遇到本地许多友善又热情的居民。4567到了淡滨尼，挑战“捧咖啡”，当地居民友善又热情，但是在时间内要去哪里找那么多客人完成57 杯饮料的挑战呢？（剧透：帅气马议员成了黑骑士）#刷星闻 “4567 现在在哪里？” 是综艺女团 4567（萧歆霓、胡煜诗、郑六月和曾晓晴）的最新游戏单元。 如果你有任何有趣的点子提供给#刷一刷，欢迎电邮 contacts🤍smilingmedia.sg - Watch more on 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍mewatch.mediacorp
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SINGAPORE: MP for Tampines GRC Baey Yam Keng says authorities will review the junction of Tampines Avenue 9 and Tampines Street 45, following a fatal accident there. Two brothers, aged seven and 13, died after their bicycle collided with a cement truck on Monday evening. The brothers Nigel and Donovan cycled around the Tampines estate frequently. The tragic accident came as a rude shock to their distraught parents who said their sons were usually very careful on the roads. Mr Francis Yap, the father of the boys, said: "It's very sad. As a father, I have lost two kids. I hope that those people driving on the roads think about other people's families also. For those small roads, it's better to travel within the speed limits and don't go so fast, especially if you drive a big vehicle. It's very dangerous. So you must take extra caution to safeguard other people's lives." Authorities are also assessing if the routes for heavy-duty vehicles can be reviewed. Tampines GRC MP Baey Yam Keng said: "Given that this incident involved a cement truck and because of the various projects that are happening in the area, (such as) public housing projects (and) MRT lines (construction), there will be more heavy vehicles in the precinct. "So, I've asked the authorities to review the routes taken by these vehicles to see if there is any way we could re-route them so that they avoid areas which are near schools or where there are many pedestrians." Monday's accident is the second fatal one at that road junction in the last 13 months. In December 2011, a 22-year-old unlicensed driver killed a pedestrian while rashly making a right turn from Tampines Street 45 onto Tampines Avenue 9. Residents Channel NewsAsia spoke to also said that the particular road junction is accident-prone and hope more can be done to beef up the safety in the area, especially with schools nearby. To equip riders with bike handling competencies, the Singapore Cycling Federation has rolled out two cycling certification programmes. The first is the BMX certification programme that provides riders with an assessment on their level of competency in bike handling. The other, which is the Bronze certification programme, is somewhat similar to the Highway Code and practical motorbike-riding lessons. It also aims to educate riders on what to do when faced with dangerous situations while riding on the road. Education Minister Heng Swee Keat meanwhile said schools will step up road safety education and work with the police and the Land Transport Authority on further measures to enhance safety. Separately, the principal of Tampines North Primary School, Madam Neo Lay Wah, said Donovan was a cheerful student who was well-liked for his pleasant personality. He was helpful towards his classmates and was always well-behaved. The older boy, Nigel, was an ex-student from the school. He was a friendly and outgoing boy who was always willing to lend a helping hand to his classmates. The school is in contact with the family and the priority is to support them during this difficult time. The school will closely monitor the well-being of the staff and students and extend counselling support to the affected teachers and students. 🤍channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1250984/1/.html
What do a pug and our planet have in common? They’re both hungry for us to tackle our food waste problems! Baey Yam Keng, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Sustainability and Environment, wants your ideas for the #DBSFoundation x NEA Hungry for Change Challenge to develop pilot solutions #TowardsZeroFoodWaste. The pressing issue needs real solutions as food waste and loss account for up to 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, Singapore generated 23% more food waste in 2021 than the year before, at a whopping 817,000 tonnes. Spread the word and apply by 31 Oct 2022 to receive up to S$25,000 to turn your ideas into reality: 🤍 #HungryforChange #YesYouths #ForwardSG
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Mr Baey Yam Keng loading the two community fridges for needy residents at Block 441, Tampines Street 43 on Jan 21, 2017. ST VIDEO: LIN YANGCHEN
Hear what Baey Yam Keng has to say about water conservation.
Besides his famous selfies, Tampines GRC MP Baey Yam Keng 马炎庆 also won hearts recently in his interview with transgender teen Keegan. Find out what he thinks about sensitive topics in Singapore, and how we can work towards more open discussions. Follow Mustsharenews.com for more videos like this.
There's been quite a bit of online chatter recently, about the Singapore Civil Defence Force connecting with the online community through its social media accounts. Baey Yam Keng, MP for Tampines GRC joins us to discuss talk about social media, and how he takes a more informal but interactive approach in interacting with Singaporeans.
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Tampines GRC MP Baey Yam Keng shares his views on the new online media regulations and how he, personally, deals with online trolls. Catch this and more on 🤍razortv.com.sg
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Full story: 🤍 Find E-Junkies on Spotify: 🤍 Recently, we ran an article on politicians and their social media game, which Mr Baey Yam Keng picked up on. In this GE special of E-Junkies, we invited him to share his thoughts on how social media and politics can coexist together. We also took the opportunity to quiz him on Gen Z lingo, and try out the trending "Put it on your chin" TikTok challenge. #BaeyYamKeng #GE2020 #Tampines - Read more: 🤍 FOLLOW us on - Facebook: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍 EMAIL: For story leads, business enquiries, contact editor🤍asiaone.com
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SINGAPORE: Member of Parliament for Tampines GRC, Baey Yam Keng has proposed to make it mandatory for heavy vehicles to stay off residential areas with high pedestrian traffic. Mr Baey had earlier suggested re-routing heavy vehicles so that they avoid areas near schools or busy walkways following the tragic accident which took place in Tampines on January 28. Two brothers, aged seven and 13, died after their bicycle was hit by a cement truck at the junction of Tampines Avenue 9 and Tampines Street 45. In a mature estate like Tampines, with a built-up network of roads, it would be a challenge to ensure heavy vehicles avoid areas with high pedestrian traffic, but Mr Baey believes there are ways to make it happen. This may mean getting the drivers of heavy vehicles to go by a longer route. Mr Baey said: "We understand that for such drivers, in their profession, they are paid according to the trips. So naturally they are anxious or in a hurry to complete the journey as soon as they can. "But we will need their cooperation. If indeed a longer route is a safer route for other road users, then we would like them to help us in this because eventually it is better for everybody." A day after the tragic accident, Mr Baey wrote in to the housing and transport authorities to find a solution on the matter. He has asked the Housing and Development Board (HDB) and the Land Transport Authority (LTA) to work with their contractors and explore alternative routes for heavy vehicles to the construction sites. Both authorities have replied to him, saying they are taking the issue seriously. Mr Baey has also called for a review of the traffic management at the Tampines junction where two boys were killed. He asked the Traffic Police for a report on the frequency of accidents there. He said three accidents have been recorded at the junction since 2009, including the one on Monday. The recent accident has prompted calls for action to promote road safety. The Singapore Safety Council said it planned to publish a book on cycling guidelines. Mr Baey stressed the need to ascertain the cause of the accident before the problem can be addressed. He said: "The two boys were cycling, but they were crossing the traffic junction when that happened. I'm not sure whether a walking pedestrian would have suffered the same fate when that happened. "So let us not jump to any conclusion that it is about cycling. That is why we need to understand the root of the accident and then address it squarely and promptly on that." The brothers will be cremated on January 31. 🤍channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1251221/1/.html Driver of truck involved in Tampines accident out on bail SINGAPORE: The driver of a truck which hit and killed two boys in Tampines on Monday has been released on police bail. The driving licence of the man, who is 56 years old, has been suspended. Investigations are ongoing. The boys, aged seven and 13, were on a bicycle when they were hit by the cement truck at the junction of Tampines Avenue 9 and Tampines Street 45. They died on the spot. The driver was arrested at the scene. 🤍channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1251180/1/.html
Member of Parliament for Tampines GRC, Mr Baey Yam Keng has caught the attention of netizens with his many selfies or self-taken photos of himself on Instagram. We find out why he does it, and what he has to say about the comments he's received.
In this episode, join us for our Father’s Day Special on Kopi Session with Ah Ong. We are very honoured to have invited Mr Baey Yam Keng, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth & Ministry of Transport, as our special guest! Watch this episode of Ah Ong show to listen to Mr Baey's sharing on the joys of fatherhood, his journey volunteering with Team Nila and how he has been keeping active & healthy as we combat COVID-19. See you at fb.me/teamnila every Saturday 9am LIVE! #TeamNila #PurplePassion #KopiSessionWithAhOng = WHAT IS THE SHOW ABOUT? = Kopi Session with Ah Ong seeks to inspire more people to step forward to help the community and make Singapore a better place. Catch him sharing healthy tips, fun workouts and latest COVID-19 related news!
She’s really growing up too fast!! Soon, she will be cycling around all on her own. Thank you SPS Baey Yam Keng for teaching Starley how to cycle with us and sharing with us what we need to know about cycling in Singapore! Find out more about the rules and regulations for cycling on cargo bikes/trikes, tricycles, and recumbents here: 🤍 Special Guest: Mr Baey Yam Keng: 🤍 Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment & Ministry of Transport Follow us on IG: 🤍 Debbie: 🤍 Starley: 🤍 Get your merch NOW: 🤍 Business: hao🤍titandigitalmedia.com
Making his introduction video as a candidate for the upcoming General Elections 2011.
Mr. Baey Yam Keng - Former student 1987 –1988
《一言既出》From the Horse’s Mouth, is a curated collection of articles Baey Yam Keng has written over the years in My Paper and Lianhe Wanbao neatly classified under four themes: Growing Up, Society, Serving the Community, and Arts and Culture.
Instagram Live with Baey Yam Keng Timestamp: 00:00 Introduction to IG Live 06:36 Singapore’s rising tide of seniors 09:33 Baey Yam Keng’s views 12:25 What is Vintage Radio SG all about? 14:40 Erishine Rugdee’s personal experience 17:36 What can we do to help people with dementia? 19:03 Brian Richmond’s personal experience 23:10 Baey Yam Keng’s personal experience 25:39 Aloysius Tan’s personal experience 27:18 The wealth of knowledge our grandparents have 28:14 Moving towards a dementia-friendly Singapore 31:52 What contributes to dementia? 33:58 What can we do to prevent dementia? 34:36 Brian Richmond’s exercise regime 35:28 A story of how music prevents dementia 37:11 I see many elderly playing chess and games downstairs with their friends as well. I think it’s a good method to prevent dementia too. 39:55 Makan brings people together 40:40 I really like this talk on dementia. Many elderly people are lost on the way home and are sad because they are not sure how to find/ask for help 43:40 What are some of the ways I can get my grandparents to exercise if they are reluctant to do so? 51:05 Hopes for the future
15mar2022 Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and the new Active Mobility Advisory Panel chairman Baey Yam Ken shared the panel considering new rules for devices like PMAs, cargo bikes quoted The Active Mobility Advisory Panel (AMAP), which recommends measures to ensure footpaths and cycling paths are safely used, is looking at whether new rules are needed for increasingly popular devices such as cargo bikes and recumbent bicycles. It is also in discussions about whether more restrictive rules surrounding who can use personal mobility aids (PMA) should be put in place, following complaints from residents who are concerned that such devices are being abused by those without mobility issues. Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and AMAP chairman Baey Yam Keng on Tuesday (March 15) said that this is part of the panel's work to stay ahead of emerging trends before they become a problem, speaking on radio and during a Facebook live session with SPH Media radio station One FM 91.3. "I got a lot of complaints from residents (on PMAs) that they are becoming like a pseudo-motorcycle without COE (certificate of entitlement)," he said. "We decided to go ahead before it becomes a problem and look at these different types of newer forms of mobility devices... whether there is a need to look at the rules now or to review the rules." These may take the form of new restrictions on devices or riders. "(For PMAs), does a person need to get a doctor's certificate to say he is disabled or has a mobility issue? There could be a possibility that people are abusing it," he said. PMAs are devices, such as electric wheelchairs, that were not included in the personal mobility device ban on footpaths in 2020, as they are mostly used by those with medical issues. Cargo bikes - relatively larger bikes with a storage area - and recumbent bikes, which place the rider in a laid-back position, can already be seen on the streets, although they are not yet widespread. Both of these can be motorised and travel at speed. During the interview, Mr Baey said AMAP is also looking at how to better use the Road Safety Park in East Coast Park as "a training ground" to teach both children and adults proper road and footpath etiquette, as part of the panel's plans to better engage the public. There are currently programmes for primary school pupils to teach them about road safety. Mr Baey took over as AMAP chairman this year from Minister of State for Home Affairs Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, who, in the last six years, oversaw a rise in people who use active mobility devices, including bicycles. Mr Baey said he has also resumed exercising after he was diagnosed with stage 1 nose cancer in November last year. He cycled to the Singapore Press Holdings building in Braddell for his interview. 🤍
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Go to Part 2: 🤍 This is the transcript for this video segment: Mr Speaker, Sir, I rise in support of the Bill. After more than two decades, the overhaul of the Penal Code is necessary and timely. The updated Code will enable us to deal more effectively with the shifts in the nature and operation of crimes, fulfil our new requirements for social stability and national security, and empower us to keep up with new lifestyles, attitudes and aspirations. New laws and penalties have been introduced to deal with crimes which have emerged. Technological advances and globalisation necessitate such sweeping changes. The issues covered are indeed wide-ranging. The section that has attracted the most number of opinions, most heated public debate, with two online petitions and one Public Petition to Parliament is, in fact, one that has been retained - section 377A which probably has become the most known piece of legislation in recent Singapore history. Let us look at this issue in a hypothetical scenario. Singapore was never a British colony and we did not inherit section 377A. Today's debate then becomes one of justifying the introduction of a new piece of legislation which states that, "It is an offence for any male person, who in public or private, commits an act of gross indecency with another male person.". The rationale will be that since Singapore is a generally conservative society, we should single out and criminalise all sexual activities between two men while accepting that the same activity of anal and oral sex between a heterosexual couple and sexual activity between two women need not be offences. By doing so, we will be aligning our law with most countries in Africa and Middle East. In this hypothetical scenario, perhaps some countries like India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Malaysia will also introduce similar Acts, as what their current position is. Other former British colonies which have since repealed the 19th century law, such as Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong, will most likely not think it is necessary to now criminalise man-to-man sex. While almost all western countries do not have similar laws, we will argue that it is not relevant for us to take reference from them. However, we are also choosing not to benchmark Singapore against countries like China, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, South Korea and the Philippines which do not have laws that criminalise male homosexual activity. According to various points raised by the public, by not criminalising gay sex, it will lead to an increase in homosexual activity, both in public and private. There will also be more male paedophiles eyeing young boys, blatant public solicitation and more AIDS patients. The fact that in 2006, of all the new AIDS cases in Singapore, homosexual transmission constitutes only 26% does not seem to register clearly with the public. We also know that there are already laws and there will be stronger laws against prostitution, sexual abuse, exploitation of minors and public indecency. Maybe that is why we will propose that section 377A need not and will not be proactively enforced. Can the Senior Minister of State give examples of situations where specific enforcement of only section 377A may be needed? Yesterday, he mentioned previous convictions under section 377A, but it seems to me that they could also have been prosecuted under other sections. With no proactive enforcement, should anyone be a good citizen and report private gay sexual activities to the police or will they be simply ignored? Will there be ramifications of this legislation? If someone rents his apartment to a gay couple, will he be charged as an abetting accomplice to a crime under section V of the Penal Code? Besides valid immigration and employment papers, should landlords now ask for confirmation of their tenant's sexual orientation? With a punishment by up to two years of imprisonment, we are deeming that such activities are of similar severity as causing death by negligent act in section 304A(b), and wrongfully confining any person for three or more days in section 345, and assault or use of criminal force to a person with intent to outrage modesty in section 354(1). Our justification will also be supported by various surveys, including a NTU study published in September 2007 which saw that 68.6% of respondents in Singapore were negative towards sex between two men or two women. However, it is also interesting to note that some countries choose not to reflect such social non-acceptance in legislation. Based on the Pew Global Attitudes Project in 2003, 93% in Indonesia and 84% in... For full transcript, see: 🤍 Links: 🤍
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On Sunday night, 27 September 2020, PAP MP Baey Yam Keng spoke to a special guest, one of his consituency's residents, Keegan, a transgender man about his experiences. Also invited was Dr Tan E-Ching who talked about how parents and children could communicate better and the resources available to help with youth mental wellness. Links: Baey Yam Keng's views on LGBT rights: 🤍
Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Culture, Community and Youth Baey Yam Keng announced the expansion of Play Inclusive, Singapore's largest unified sports competition that pairs athletes of different abilities for inclusive play time. He also said that plans are being made to build teacher's capabilities in special education schools with conducting sports activities to better meet the needs of their students. He was speaking in Parliament at the Committee of Supply Debates 2019 on 8 March 2019.
On 29 Aug 2015 (Sat), REACH organised a 938LIVE REACH Talkback Townhall session where members of public can pose questions on National Day Rally announcements. Our guest of honour include Law Minister Mr K Shanmugam, REACH Vice Chairman Mr Baey Yam Keng and GPC Chairman for National Development and Environment 12th Parliament) Er Dr Lee Bee Wah.