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Forget politics! Former National Solidarity Party Candidate Tony Tan Lay Thiam is back in his new avatar as a game studio owner. He was spotted at the prestigious InnovFest unBound event held at Marina Bay Sands yesterday promoting his wares which included a punching bag and a Reza-sword.
He recently opened up a centre at Downtown East, Pasir Ris to train young Reza Ninjas.
When asked about his involvement in NSP, he was quick to say, “No more…”
No more solidarity, one would guess.
He is not the only one from the GE2011 batch that has moved on.  His wife Hazel Poa, Nicole Seah, James Gomez and Vincent Wijeysingha did not contest in the last election in 2015.Follow us on Social Media

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