Head of Temasek Holdings is so free to share over 100 Facebook posts this morning


Facebook users following Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s wife, Ho Ching, must have found their news feed flooded with re-posts by Ho after she shared over 100 posts within a short window of two hours, between 7am and 9am this morning.

Ho Ching, who also serves as head of Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund Temasek Holdings, shared posts covering a variety of topics, such as environmentalism, warrior women, healthy eating, robotic butterflies, the korean missile crisis, art, diseases, government schemes, motivational quotes, crafts, national service, bitcoin trade, diamonds, the Jerusalem issue, and SMRT workers working on a Sunday.

She even shared a cat video.

Prominent local satirist Mr Brown was one netizen who commented on Ho Ching’s post floodposting. Netizens responding to Mr Brown’s post wondered whether the head of government’s wife accidentally shared so many posts:

This is not the first time that Ho Ching’s Facebook posts have attracted attention.

In April, Ho Ching posted a photo of a monkey showing its middle finger on Twitter. The retweet came just after her sister-in-law Dr Lee Wei Ling publicly criticised the way her father, the late founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew’s death had been commemorated on his one year death anniversary.

Social media was ablaze with speculation over what the monkey photo meant. Public attention was so intense over the photo that Ho Ching offered her “embarrassed apologies” the very next day for her post.

Calling herself as a “Twitter newbie,” Ho Ching claimed that she had just been exploring Twitter and had been “trying out different buttons, seeing what can or cannot be done.” She added:

“Discovered Twitter reposts pictures without captions, and unfortunately one of the pictures could be misunderstood on its own. Took down as soon as a friend alerted me.”


  1. She is a housewife which accidentally hold the post of a CEO but with a toilet auntie face….everything about her doesn’t seem to look fitting as a CEO….meritocracy for her is about sleeping with the right person.

  2. She is emulating the orange mop using FB post rather than the short tweets. Hopefully the latter is glad to have found a companion in cyber space though not necessarily a constant one.

  3. The Independent, do you not have more informative, educational content to put up? This is not rigorous journalism. The effect of your article, whether intended or not, is that it enables a lot of ugly sexism to emerge – as we are seeing right now in the comments. I would have expected better of a website that claims to publish “news”.

  4. Yes so free to spend time on FB & paid megabucks for it. Unlike others being paid less than $10.00 per hour & slogging. Does she even know what suffering for others mean just to put food on the table?

  5. slowly lah, bit by bit, all her fanboys would be very busy must like tru 100 posts in one day, can see the same few names Liked almost everyone of them

  6. This kind of ugly wicked witch can be wife of head of state..she must be damn bloody lucky..or have put kongtao to her Mother in law n father in law previously.

  7. This is the fact

    Wake up Malaysia, it’s the same government that has been managing our economy and ringgit downward.

    *The Falling Rinnggit (Rate on Feb 27)*
    2017 : S$1 = *RM3.16*
    2016 : S$1 = *RM2.99*
    2015 : S$1 = *RM2.65*
    2013 : S$1 = *RM2.50*
    2009 : S$1 = *RM2.38*
    2005 : S$1 = *RM2.32*
    2001 : S$1 = *RM2.18*
    1996 : S$1 = *RM1.85*
    1992 : S$1 = *RM1.59*
    1987 : S$1 = *RM1.18*
    1983 : S$1 = *RM1.10*
    1978 : S$1 = *RM1.04*
    1973 : S$1 = *RM1.03*
    1965 : S$1 = *RM1.00*
    (Before *1965* same currency)

    1985 : US$1 = *S$2.31*
    2017 : US$1 = *S$1.40*

    1978 : US$1 = *RM2.10*
    2017 : US$1 = *RM4.40*

    And Malaysian are blind to the fact that *the ‘Financial’ Management of the country is rotten!*

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