- Kenneth Tsang was an undergraduate student in London. He was exposed to democracy and believed in providing platforms for diverse views to be heard, especially that for the poor, the needy and underprivileged.
- Upon returning to Singapore with a degree in Business Studies, he was active in distributing pamphlets during the 1984 General Election for JB Jeyaretnam. When he was arrested, Kenneth then 33, was contributing articles for The Hammer, the party organ of the Workers’ Party.
- Kenneth who worked in advertising upon graduation continued to work in the industry, rising to the position of the CEO.
Kenneth is now semi-retired. He spends some of his time mentoring start-up companies in advertising & marketing communications.