Biography of the Author Jaime Ho

Channel NewsAsia chief editor, digital news - Jaime Ho

Jaime Ho

Chief Editor, CNA Digital

Chief Editor at CNA, Asia's leading English-language news platform.

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  1. marina barrage

    Commentary: Why Singapore’s new 'absolute' climate mitigation targets could be an absolute game changer

    The Singapore Government’s setting of new absolute targets is a positive step in sharpening the narrative on climate action and shaping ...
  2. jcc golf course

    Commentary: Is golf dying in Singapore?

    While the closure of golf courses to make way for the high-speed rail project presents short-term problems, the sport in Singapore may have other ...
  3. New Content Item

    Commentary: As time runs out on the climate crisis, Singapore prepares to address the cost of adapting

    The threat of climate change is long term, the size of the investments concerned could be unprecedented and fundamental shifts in how the ...
  4. K Shanmugam Law and Home Affairs Minister interview in Mediacorp

    Proposed law on falsehoods has ‘clear oversight mechanism’ to prevent abuse by Government, says Shanmugam

    In an exclusive interview, the Law and Home Affairs Minister looks to address concerns that have been raised over the recently tabled Protection ...
  5. Heng Swee Keat CNA Interview 05

    ‘Nature of politics’ the biggest ‘unknown’ future challenge for Singapore, says DPM Heng

    In his first interview since becoming Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Heng Swee Keat spelt out some of the challenges Singapore may face and spoke on ...
  6. Heng Swee Keat CNA Interview 08

    PAP working on party manifesto, selecting candidates ahead of next General Election: DPM Heng

    Mr Heng Swee Keat, who is the first assistant secretary-general in the People’s Action Party, says he is working closely with second assistant ...
  7. Heng Swee Keat CNA Interview 06

    ‘Build leaders in all parts of society’: DPM Heng Swee Keat on establishing consensus with Singaporeans

    Mr Heng says he hopes to provide details of efforts to understand citizens’ aspirations and concerns “in the coming months”. 
  8. Foreign influence illustration

    Commentary: What next as the Government looks beyond disinformation in targeting foreign influence in Singapore

    As the Government develops its position on tackling foreign interference, a sharper focus could be placed on how to deal with agents, money and ...
  9. chan chun sing, heng swee keat

    Commentary: 2019 – a year for political consolidation or a year for elections?

    The most important considerations for when polls may be called could boil down to the mechanics of political transition.