About Team NSP

Cheo Chai Chen
Cheo Chai Chen is a graduate of Nanyang University’s Department of Government and Public Administration.

He first participated in politics in 1988 with the Singapore Democratic Party. In 1991, he was elected to Parliament as the Member of Parliament for Nee Soon Central SMC and became the Chairman of the constituency’s Town Council.

Cheo joined the National Solidarity Party in 2006, and is now a member of the Central Executive Committee.

Before he stepped into the political arena, he worked in the Public Relations Department of Singapore Bus Service, an international trade exhibition organiser and then his own artworks design and printing services company.

He is now in the i-trade and publication business.

Ivan Yeo
Ivan Yeo Tiong Boon, 63, is the Managing Director of an international investment company. He graduated from Nanyang University with a Bachelor of Arts in 1971. He served in the Singapore Civil Service from June 1971 to March 1994 and was last posted to the Registry of Vehicles (now known as the Land Transport Authority) as a senior officer.

Thereafter, he moved into the private sector and has extensive business investment experience in China. He has been a member of Central Executive Committee of the National Solidarity Party since 1994. During this period, he served as the Vice President (1997–1998) and Treasurer (2008–2010) of the Party. He currently holds the position of Organising Secretary to the Party.

Ivan strongly believes that having more credible opposition representatives in Parliament is crucial in ensuring more accountability, checks and balances. In his spare time, he enjoys a good game of chess and loves reading books.

Spencer Ng
Ng Chung Hon, Spencer, 31, is the Founder and Project Director of Imperial Ministries Pte Ltd, an events company.

After graduating from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Arts in 2003, he served in the Ministry of Education from June 2003 to June 2006.

Spencer then moved into the private sector in the entertainment and event industries.

He strongly believes in building a government that is accountable to the people and for the people of Singapore.

He is also very concerned about the ever-rising cost of living in Singapore and its impact on future generations. In his spare time, Spencer enjoys taking long walks, playing strategy games and reading.

Abdul Salim Harun
Abdul Salim Harun, 29, is no stranger to the Singapore political scene. Having been disillusioned with the ruling party over the casino issue, he first joined the Workers’ Party in 2005. He made news when he became the youngest candidate in the 2006 General Election, at the age of 24. He was part of the team which contested in the Prime Minister’s constituency of Ang Mo Kio GRC and gained 34% of the total valid votes in the process.

Salim is a strong believer in lifelong learning and nurturing. After graduating from Woodlands Secondary School, he continued his education at ITE East (Yishun) where he was actively involved in the Students’ Council and was appointed Welfare Officer. He also took part in a residential course for Student Leaders of the ITE conducted by the National Community Leadership Institute (NACLI) and the Integration 2000 Camp conducted by the Persatuan Persuratan Pemuda Pemudi Melayu (4PM) for student leaders island-wide. After the 2006 GE, he then furthered his studies by taking up a part-time course at the Singapore Institute of Retail Studies (SIRS), graduating with a Diploma in Retail Management.

Currently working as a warehouse assistant at a logistics company in Woodlands, Salim aspires to represent and speak up for the working class, especially blue-collar workers, when elected to Parliament. He hopes to be the voice of the workers, the voice for all Singaporeans and to be the humble servant of the people.

Nicole Seah

Seah Xue Ling, Nicole Rebecca is a 24-year-old executive with multinational advertising agency Starcom Mediavest Group. She graduated with an honours degree from the National University of Singapore, under the University Scholars’ Programme. Prior to that, she spent most of her education within the Marine Parade precinct, having graduated from Victoria Junior College, Tanjong Katong Secondary School and CHIJ Katong.

One key issue pertinent to Nicole’s campaign is the rising cost of living that is straining the middle and lower classes. In her free time, Nicole practices yoga, reads extensively and enjoys good music.