Hui Ge Khaw Boon Wan has such a hot daughter?
Unless you’re living under a rock (and a pretty huge one at that), you should have known by now that Khaw Boon Wan is the new Minister for Transport.
Following his new appointment, Khaw has been making headlines over everything – his promises as Transport Minister, him trying to be BFF with the rail maintenance crew, his love for gardens and nature, and the list goes on.
But what many are unaware of is the existence of Khaw’s youngest daughter.
She looks nothing like Hui Ge Khaw Boon Wan (thankfully!) and is one pretty foxy lady.
The kaypoh in us did some stalking and found out 10 things about her.
1. Following in her father’s footsteps
Seems like the younger Khaw has caught the engineering bug from her father. In 2010, the Engineering Science Programme student graduated from the National University of Singapore.
KBW sure looks like a proud father here.
2. Epitome of beauty and brains
Chun Ting is now pursuing her MBA studies at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. The school is consistently ranked among the top MBA programs on a national and international level.
In September this year, Tuck was ranked the fifth best business school in the country. Earlier in March this year, the annual U.S. News & World Report placed Tuck in ninth position in its ranking of full-time MBA programs.
3. She plays hard
She may have high qualifications, but don’t mistake her for a nerd. Chun Ting sure knows the meaning of work hard, play harder.
Definitely model material, even with wet hair and an oversized shirt. Heineken, please take note.
4. She is a filial daughter
In 2010, then Health Minister Khaw famously underwent an $8 heart bypass surgery.
When Khaw was in ICU, the worried Chun Ting saw her father in tubes and sobbed helplessly. She also accompanied him for his physiotherapy session subsequently.
5. She is a shopaholic
Like any other girl, the minister’s daughter likes to shop.
We’d be this happy if we could shop this much too, but unfortunately we plebeians just can’t afford all that stuff :'(
6. She is very flexible
As can be seen above too. It seems like this girl can do splits anywhere, anytime.
Even on a beach.
7. She can speak Thai
8. She used to work at ST Electronics
We’re not too sure how the other engineers managed to concentrate when she was there.
They were probably all googly-eyed:
9. She has a big heart
Chun Ting might be leading a well-cushioned life as a minister’s daughter, but certainly did not forget to give back to society.
For two years, Chun Ting volunteered at Willing Hearts as the main kitchen volunteer. Willing Hearts aims to provide the needy, underprivileged, and marginalized members in society with daily meals and other support services, to help them become useful people in society.
She also volunteered with SG Cares for four years, a non-profit organisation that works with schools to assist students to initiate and design community projects sustainable for the community and for their learning.
10. She has an Indonesian boyfriend
Guys, we hate to break this to you. We know we’ve got your hopes up, but… she’s not available. And she and her boyfriend seem pretty lovey dovey too, both sporting a couple photo as their display pictures.
Chun Ting’s Facebook display picture:
Her boyfriend’s Facebook display picture:
According to Facebook, the lucky guy is Dismas Widita. Like Chun Ting, he is studying at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Thanks to LinkedIn, we’re guessing the lovebirds met while volunteering.
The couple also did a summer internship stint at the same company. Ooh, kinky 😉
Like father, like daughter?
Like her father, Chun Ting is smart and highly educated. She also cares about the society, as evident from the years she spent volunteering.
It remains to be seen if she’ll eventually enter the political scene, but if she does, we’ll be seeing another Nicole Seah soon.
What do you think?
Would you want someone like Khaw Chun Ting in Parliament?
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