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Ho Ching posts second pro-LGBT post within a week of sharing Pink Dot event on Facebook

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s wife, Ho Ching, has posted another LGBT-related post on her Facebook page this evening, less than one week after she made news for sharing the Pink Dot event page on her social media wall.

This time, Ho Ching – who also serves as head of Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund Temasek Holdings – shared an article entitled ‘The colourful origins of the gay pride rainbow flag’ online, about three hours ago:

This article explains the origins of the gay pride flag – of how the symbol of the movement changed from a triangle to the rainbow it is today.

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Ho Ching divided Singaporeans with her last LGBT-related post, last weekend. The post garnered swift response online, with some netizens thanking her for her support while others sharply criticised the “inappropriate” post that “only creates more division”:

Check out more reactions from Ho Ching’s controversial post here.

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