Via Wikipedia, Nga Kor Ming (倪可敏), born on 11 November 1972, is a native of Ayer Tawar, Perak, Malaysia. He is a member of the Democratic Action Party (DAP) in Malaysia. Nga Kor Ming is on the DAP’s Central Executive Committee and is presently chief of the party’s youth wing, called DAP Socialist Youth (DAPSY).
He is Member of Parliament for Taiping, Perak after defeating the President of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Datuk M. Kayveas with a majority of 11,298 votes in the last General Elections on 8 March this year. He has also been state assemblyman for Pantai Remis, Perak since the 1999 General Election.
Nga Kor Ming is well-known as a fiery speaker with a flair for languages a talent for plays on words. He was a renowned debater during his time as a student at Universiti Malaya, where he received his LLB, winning many awards. He is now one of the DAP’s most prominent speakers.
Nga Kor Ming comes from an old Ayer Tawar Methodist family and was christened David by the late Rev. Koh Gie Bing. He is married to another Ayer Tawarean and they have one child. Before his appointment to the Perak executive council, he practised as a lawyer in Ayer Tawar and also in Ipoh, Perak.
I chanced upon once of Nga Kor Ming’s rally speeches on youtube and was captivated immediately by his fiery, crowd arousing oratory skills. I don’t recall any politicians in Singapore who possess such a raw talent. It is amazing how a person, armed with just his mouth and a microphone can capture so many people’s attention in the span of an hour or so.
Even if you are not in the know of Malaysian politics like yours truly, I am quite certain that after watching just one of Nga Kor Ming’s videos, you will be compelled to find out more about him or dig out his other videos to view as they are quite arresting, and strangely, entertaining.
Here are some examples of Nga Kor Ming at his best:
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