I had always been impressed by her presence when she came onto the scene back in 2011. I'm glad she has continued to be active in her areas of interest and her intended GE 2016 goal. There are now three interviews online which allow her to continue to articulate her views (very well, I must say). I wonder what the dynamics is like within the National Solidarity Party (NSP) where she is a member. Outwardly, it seems like an extremely quiet party. More interestingly, she does not seem to have spoken of her own political thoughts in the context of the NSP and what the party stands for. Perhaps in the Singapore legal context, it might not be legal for her to do so or risk violating campaigning rules in the legal system and hence she avoids it in those interviews.
I like what she says in these interviews. They are well thought-out and coherent. I would love to see what she could do if she could get her hands on real hard data on Singapore society.