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WP's ex-MP Lee Li Lian's daughter has quite a talent

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The former Member of Parliament (MP) of Workers’ Party, Ms Lee Li Lian, was the subject of much debate in Parliament last week for refusing to take up the Non-Constituency Member of Parliament seat.
The People’s Action Party described her refusal to take up the seat as ‘political maneuvering’, but the ex-MP said that the role of a MP without constituency was more useful to “aspiring MPs to show the people what they can do in terms of speaking up for them in the house”.
When asked by a reporter how she was now keeping herself occupied now, Ms Lee replied that she was “spending quality time” with her daughter.
And the posts of Ms Lee Li Lian on her Instagram account seem to suggest that the opposition party member is spending quality time with her daughter.

Sensory activity: playing with #rice #toddleractivity #toddlers #karyskaixin #DIY #motherhoodrocks

A photo posted by Lee Lilian ✌️ (@78leelilian) on

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New experience – chalks! #karyskaixin #drawing #artwork #newexperience #chalks #oldschool #toddlers #toddleractivity

A video posted by Lee Lilian ✌️ (@78leelilian) on

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