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Fong Chong Pik

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Fong Chong Pik (simplified Chinese: 方壮壁; traditional Chinese: 方壯壁; pinyin: Fāng Zhuàng Bì; 1926 - 2004), also known as Fang Chuang Pi, was a political activist and member of the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM), otherwise known as the Malayan Communist Party (MCP).[1] He was the leader of the Singapore section of the Communist Party of Malaya.

Fong Chong Pik was given the nickname "The Plen" (for "plenipotentiary") in the 1950s by his then political nemesis, Lee Kuan Yew. In 1997, he urged Singapore's government to let former insurgents return to the country.

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