I started my career as a local news reporter at The Straits Times, where I worked on investigative weekend feature packages across multiple beats, particularly on touchy social issues such as illegal organ transplants, teenage pregnancy, rogue property agents, and homosexuality and the civil society.
I was part of the team that reported on a high-profile case of illegal organ donation between a triad leader and tycoon, which won a Singapore Press Holdings' Special Award for Excellence in February 2009.
A month later, our team's report on rogue property agents received a second Singapore Press Holdings' Special Award for Excellence. Our series of articles prompted new government regulations for property agents.
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