Lee Hsien Yang, younger brother of Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, made headlines recently when he hinted on Facebook that he would never return to Singapore. The Facebook post came after he was seen as a political threat to his brother’s ruling party and the country’s political establishment.
Lee Hsien Yang’s Facebook post drew mixed reactions from Singaporeans, but there were parts that could be improved on the news release itself.
This news article provides a lot of background information and explains key terms to better understand those who are not adapted to Singapore politics, but there is no explanation on the background of the theme “Lee Hsien Loong’s will incident”, which may also lead the audience to the Lee family The views of the two brothers were misunderstood.
The news of this film did not interview the local people. It asked the local people how their opinions on Lee Hsien Yang have affected the lives of the people. Adding hits to the news through interviews can help readers have clearer insight.
The newsletter should end with a discussion section for readers, encouraging them to connect with each other and share their experiences and perspectives.
With these improvements, the news will be more engaging, reach a wider audience, and ultimately contribute to a more informed and connected society.