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Violinist Vanessa Mae's mother responds to being called a tiger mum
She has been portrayed as a Tiger Mum by her Singapore-born violinist daughter Vanessa Mae.
London-based Singaporean concert pianist Pamela Tan-Nicholson reportedly kept her daughter on a tight leash growing up and restricted her life outside of music.
But Tan-Nicholson, 56, who is in town to perform at Marina Bay Sands as part of the Toyota Classics 25th Anniversary Charity Asian Tour 2014, said: "My mother was so strict she used to cane me, there's nothing wrong with that."
On her strained ties with Mae, 36, she said: "The best thing is to worry from a distance and not say a word. They will live and learn from what they say and learn what is wrong or right."
Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 30.
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