Ho Ching pens another poem, this time round about taxis

By December 17, 2016Current

TL;DR – ‘Tis the season to be inspired

Ho Ching has gotten quite a bit of our attention this year – from the $14.90 dinosaur purse that she carried to the White House that was designed by Pathlight student Seetoh Sheng Jie to the poem she penned to share the story behind the bag she carried to meet Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko at the Imperial Palace. Her poem explained that the bag had been at a previous meeting with the royal couple – carried by another woman, who died a few years ago.

This afternoon, LTA made the announcement that come 2017, the requirement for taxi drivers to clock a daily minimum mileage will be removed. Ho Ching or Mrs Lee Hsien Loong then shared the news on Facebook with the following poem,

In case you can’t see the Facebook post, it reads:

Saves the empty cruising
and burning of fuel needlessly,
not to mention vehicular pollution,
esp with new apps which quickly
match taxis and pax conveniently.

Wonder what else
needs to be done?

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