Rajaratnam's Ideals (Part 2 of 3) - YouTube

A video which aims to share some of his ideals via a number of quotations. Part 2 of 3 videos

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Ong Teng Cheong was the first elected President of Singapore. He is remembered for being a tireless servant to the people and for his significant contributions to the labour movement and the arts in Singapore. Fondly known as the People's President, he chaired the Advisory Council on Culture and the Arts in 1989, whose seminal Report of the Advisory Council on Culture and the Arts resulted in the significant development and growth of the Singapore arts scene. The Report was a catalyst that…

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S. Rajaratnam was one of Singapore's founding fathers who played crucial roles in the early development and growth of Singapore through its transformation into an independent republic. Known as the ideologue and philosopher of a ruling People's Action Party, he served first as the Minister for Culture from 1959 to 1965, pushing and setting firmly in place the foundation of a harmonious multiracial society that would birth the multicultural artistic identity of a young nation. The charismatic…

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Lee's lieutenants : Singapore's old guard / edited by Lam Peng Er and Kevin Y.L. Tan.

Lee's lieutenants : Singapore's old guard / edited by Lam Peng Er and Kevin Y.


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Lee's lieutenants : Singapore's old guard / edited by Lam Peng Er and Kevin Y.L. Tan.

Lee's lieutenants : Singapore's old guard / edited by Lam Peng Er and Kevin Y.

S. Rajaratnam was one of Singapore's founding fathers who played crucial roles in the early development and growth of Singapore through its transformation into an independent republic. Known as the ideologue and philosopher of a ruling People's Action Party, he served first as the Minister for Culture from 1959 to 1965, pushing and setting firmly in place the foundation of a harmonious multiracial society that would birth the multicultural artistic identity of a young nation. The charismatic…

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Amazon.com: The Singapore Lion: A Biography of S. Rajaratnam (9789814279512): Irene Ng: BooksRajaratnam is one of the founding fathers of modern Singapore. He was Singapore's first and longest serving foreign minister. He was a rebel and a revolutionary. He was an intellectual and a man of action. In this wonderful book, Irene Ng tells the story of this remarkable leader of Singapore. I found the book both enjoyable and insightful." - Tommy Koh, Ambassador-At-Large, Singapore

Amazon.com: The Singapore Lion: A Biography of S. Rajaratnam (9789814279512): Irene Ng: BooksRajaratnam is one of the founding fathers of modern Singapore. He was Singapore's first and longest serving foreign minister. He was a rebel and a revolutionary. He was an intellectual and a man of action. In this wonderful book, Irene Ng tells the story of this remarkable leader of Singapore. I found the book both enjoyable and insightful." - Tommy Koh, Ambassador-At-Large, Singapore

Amazon.com: S Rajaratnam on Singapore: From Ideas to Reality (9789812704573): Kwa Chong Guan: Books This book, a compilation of key speeches and articles by the late Mr S Rajaratnam, is a tribute to one of the founding fathers of Singapore. As the country's first foreign minister, he was pivotal in conceptualising and implementing its foreign policy.  A staunch supporter of a multicultural society, Mr Rajaratnam envisioned the country as a cosmopolitan "global city".

Amazon.com: S Rajaratnam on Singapore: From Ideas to Reality (9789812704573): Kwa Chong Guan: Books This book, a compilation of key speeches and articles by the late Mr S Rajaratnam, is a tribute to one of the founding fathers of Singapore. As the country's first foreign minister, he was pivotal in conceptualising and implementing its foreign policy. A staunch supporter of a multicultural society, Mr Rajaratnam envisioned the country as a cosmopolitan "global city".

Flooding in Orchard Road after rain. On the right we see the market and Cold Storage, and in the background is the railway bridge. (Text modified from source)

Flooding in Orchard Road after rain. On the right see the market and Cold Storage, and in the background is the railway bridge. (Text modified from source)

Singapore River c1960s

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Page 1 of 44 - Old days pics to share... - posted in Lite & EZ:   Goodwood road, 1968    Haw Par Villa , 1963      north Bridge road  collyer Quay

Page 1 of 44 - Old days pics to share. - posted in Lite & EZ: Goodwood road, 1968 Haw Par Villa , 1963 north Bridge road collyer Quay

Time for us to sign off for today, we found some old photos of S11 (you probably need to be at least 24 years old to recognise this foodcourt) and NLB (the beloved old building) quite randomly. Ahhh those days, affordable food right behind us, and in need of books, we can practically "roll" to the library. Has anyone ever finished your food or drinks very quickly just to catch a bus?

Time for us to sign off for today, we found some old photos of S11 (you probably need to be at least 24 years old to recognise this foodcourt) and NLB (the beloved old building) quite randomly. Ahhh those days, affordable food right behind us, and in need of books, we can practically "roll" to the library. Has anyone ever finished your food or drinks very quickly just to catch a bus?

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