Dr Ang Poon Liat
Dr Ang Poon Liat is a paediatrician in practice for 45 years, with special interest in nutrition and its impact on childhood development, health, behavioural disorders and ageing.
He is currently a consultant paediatrician in Thomson Paediatric Centre, which is part of Thomson Medical Centre, a hospital for women and children in Singapore. In addition, he has been running another two clinics – one for autism and the other for anti-ageing – for the past 20 years.
The depth and breadth of Dr Ang’s experience in clinical nutrition allows him to write with authority, about the impact of nutrition on health from the medical point-of-view. His first book, The Wonders of Nutrition, discusses how our genes and our dynamic bodies respond to food and lifestyle. He explains how optimal nutrition and a healing lifestyle can work wonders when they harmonise with our genetic programming. His second book, ‘Roadmaps to Recovery’, explains how correct and balanced nutrition plays a pivotal role in healing chronic degenerative diseases.
Dr Ang received his basic MBBS degree from The University of Singapore, followed by a Master of Medicine in Paediatrics and a Doctorate in Medicine (MD).
Mdm Margaret Wee Bee Hoon
Mdm Margaret Wee Bee Hoon is currently Honorary Chairperson of the Management Committee and Board of Nanyang Girls’ High School. Her deep involvement with Nanyang Girls’ High School dates back to 40 years ago when she was first appointed as Assistant Treasurer of the Management Committee and Board, before eventually assuming the role of Chairperson.
Mdm Wee is a passionate champion of building inclusivity, particularly in reaching out to underprivileged and lonely seniors in Singapore. She is the founder and current President of Concern and Care Society, a Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO) which engages the community to improve mental and social well-being of the elderly for the last 16 years.
Mdm Wee has been awarded the Public Service Medal (PBM) and the Public Service Star (BBM).