If you missed the parade due to work, travel or any combination of events you can catch it right here.
Since my award winning performance on the 9th of August, the NDP organisers have requested that I pen a short note on my thoughts on the parade. After all, I’ve been silently sitting here in the same spot for so long, observing like a creepy stalker. But I have so many thoughts on so many […]
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong delivered his traditional National Day message on 8 August from SAFRA Toa Payoh, where SAFRA built its very first clubhouse back in 1975. In his speech, he touched on our current economic growth, domestic measures, social and education policies, and the future of the nation as an inclusive society. As […]
The manner in which a person celebrates his or her birthday or how others celebrate his or her birthday perhaps reflect the kind of person he or she is. Are you the party-lover, who likes to be surrounded by people to give you hugs and presents, or are you the type who likes a quiet […]
Was at a National Day Observance Ceremony, and heard this speech made by Mr Ong Ye Kung, guest-of-honour of the event. He needs no introduction to most people who knows GE2011. In his speech he outlined his own thoughts about what our national flag represents. We all know that the crimson red stands for universal brotherhood, […]
“It was like any other Monday morning in Singapore until the music stopped. At 10am, the pop tunes on the radio were cut off abruptly. Stunned listeners heard the announcer solemnly readout a proclamation – 90 words that changed the lives of the people of Singapore and Malaysia: “Whereas it is the inalienable right of […]