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Transport Minister Khaw takes the train and almost no one recognised him

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Wang Lei, a grassroots leader at Sembawang GRC posted in his Facebook that today was his lucky day because he met Transport Minister Khaw on the train. Wang Lei, a new citizen, was travelling from Bishan towards HarbourFront direction.
6From the pictures posted in Wang’s Facebook, it seems that besides his own grassroots leader, almost no one else recognised the Minister.
2Mr Khaw who will turn 64 this year, was not even offered the senior citizen’s priority seat in the train.
3Despite the train being crowded, the Minister was able to show his grassroots leader the wearable tech which is being trialled by the land Transport Authority.
5Wang Lei’s Facebook shows that he was fortunate to capture other special moments of Mr Khaw’s.

It is a lucky Wednesday. Met Minister Khaw on the train, circle line from Bishan towards HarbourFront direction….

Posted by Wang Lei on Tuesday, 8 March 2016

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