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How you can catch Prime Minister Lee's National Day Rally

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's National Day Rally English speech will be broadcast live on Channel NewsAsia at 8pm on Aug 17. His Malay and Mandarin speeches will be on MediaCorp's Channel 8, Channel U and Suria.

SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will deliver his National Day Rally 2014 speech this Sunday (Aug 17) at the ITE Headquarters and College Central. Mr Lee will chart the direction for his Government and he has said he will touch on providing Singaporeans greater peace of mind in their old age, and on giving the youth more opportunities to pursue their dreams.

You can catch Mr Lee's speeches on MediaCorp's TV channels and radio stations, and follow live updates online at

His Mandarin speech will be broadcast from 6.45pm on Channel 8 and Channel U, and his Malay speech will be carried on Suria.

The Prime Minister's English speech will be broadcast live from 8pm to 10pm on all MediaCorp TV channels - including Channel 5, HD 5, Vasantham, Suria, Channel 8, Channel U and okto. It will also be aired live with captions on Channel NewsAsia, and will be streamed live on the Channel NewsAsia website.


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Sign language interpretation is available at the YouTube livestream from the official account of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO).

The PMO is encouraging viewers to the join the conversation on the rally on social media with the hashtag #ndrsg. You can also share your views on Mr Lee's announcements by following ChannelNewsAsiaSingapore on Facebook or by tagging @channelnewsasia on Twitter.

Government feedback portal REACH also wants to hear from Singaporeans on the after the National Day Rally. It will organise a live chat on its Facebook page on Aug 21 from 7.30pm to 9pm, chaired by Senior Minister of State for Health and Manpower and REACH Chairman, Dr Amy Khor.

Separately, Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin will take questions face-to-face at a public forum on Aug 28 from 7.30pm to 9pm. Those interested can find out more by emailing

"Over the last few months, many REACH contributors have shared their views and suggestions on CPF and providing multiple pathways to success. Prime Minister will be addressing these issues, along with other concerns, in his National Day Rally speech," said Dr Khor.

"I encourage all Singaporeans to take this opportunity to share their feedback so that we can better shape and enhance our policies for greater effectiveness," she said.