Sacking of assistant director a 'painful decision' for NTUC, says Swee Say

SINGAPORE - NTUC's secretary-general Lim Swee Say said on Tuesday evening that the organisation had to fire Ms Amy Cheong after her racist remarks on Facebook went viral, as inclusivity - particularly among the different races - was integral to the organisation.

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