Alan Seah is an advertising executive, impresario, LGBT activist and currently a member of the Pink Dot SG steering committee.

The National Day (9 August 2011) edition of TODAY newspaper featured a full-page article on Pink Dot, implying that the LGBT community was regarded as an integral part of Singaporean society on her 46th birthday. It interviewed Pink Dot steering committee member Alan Seah and published a huge photo of Seah and his mother, seated on a wheelchair[1].


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This article was written by Roy Tan.

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