SG50 a jump-off point, not final destination

SG50 a jump-off point, not final destination
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong joins 1,300 residents from Ang Mo Kio GRC and Sengkang West for a mass Sing for Singapore event to usher in SG50 at Pei Hwa Secondary School.

"We must use this (SG50) as a jump-off point, not as a final destination.

The 50th year is a good time for us. It is like reaching the end of a 50m swim.

I touch (the wall), I take a breath and I swim on.

And I think swimming on, we have to set broader targets but one common element will be that in Singapore, we have a home, in Singapore, we have a future and in Singapore, our children can grow up and do well.

We can work together to do that."


This article was first published on  January 17, 2015.
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