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Michelle Ng Mei Sze ·黄美诗


Michelle Ng is a lawyer. She formerly practiced as a litigation lawyer with particular interest in constitutional, human rights and public interest litigation. She was a legal associate with Sreenevasan Young before joining Gobind Singh Deo & Co, the former law firm of Gobind Singh Deo, Member of Parliament (MP) of Malaysia for Puchong and Minister of Communications and Multimedia (Malaysia).

Michelle completed her Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) at the London School of Economics on a Maxis Scholarship. She was also admitted as a barrister-at-law with Inner Temple. Prior to that, Michelle completed her A-levels with HELP University on a Student Achiever's Scholarship Award. She obtained her secondary and primary school education from Catholic High School and Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (C) Yoke Nam respectively.

Michelle is married to Tan Cheng Leong. They are parents to a son, which was born on 21 April 2022.

Political Career

Michelle was elected as the Selangor state assembly person for the seat of Subang Jaya in the 2018 general election. At the age of 28 she was also one of the youngest candidates to stand for elections to public office in Selangor.

Having lobbied intensively for improvement in water works, the Special Select Committee on Selangor Water Resource was reinstated during the March 2020 State Assembly sitting where Michelle was made the Chairlady.

Michelle is also the Publicity Secretary of the DAP Women's Selangor State Committee.


Resolved the 33 year long struggle for PJS7/15 Low Cost Flat residents to obtain strata title


Obtain more land for the Bandar Sunway Guan-Di Temple


Successfully lobbied for the BRT rates to be lowered by 20%


Resolved the ownership and maintenance of the SS12/1 Pond


Addressed anti-social behaviour amongst children in the Angsana Apartments (USJ1) through the setting up of a Children's Activity Centre;


Addressed the needs of Subang Jaya's aging population by successfully lobbying for the setting up of a Pusat Aktiviti Warga Emas;


Worked together with the Sunway Group to address the access and parking problems for the three temples along Persiaran Kewajipan, namely Subang Jaya Buddhist Association, Sri Varatharaja Perumal Temple and Gudwara Sahib Subang Jaya


Successfully lobbied for RM2.3million to address the flooding issue in USJ One Avenue through a riverbank strengthening project.

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