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We did so without any presence on the ground, as none of our officers could actually get into Wuhan or Hubei - because the whole province was locked down; and so we had to plan, communicate and execute the whole operation remotely here in Beijing.

Singapore’s ambassador to China Lui Tuck Yew reveals how Foreign Service officers overcame obstacles to evacuate Singaporeans from COVID-19-hit Hubei

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Our nation has built up the capital – financial, human and social – to go this distance. The Singapore spirit is strong and growing. Together, we will advance, as One Singapore.

Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat issues a rallying call in this year’s Budget speech

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When people think about life or family, they don't care about money.

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It’s a sustained effort, not something where you collect food this month and then the next month you won’t have. That’s the worst thing you can do to them.

Food From The Heart CEO Sim Bee Hia on the need for food charity distribution to be consistent

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I don’t feel as if I have to open my mouth every single time, but I also have found that many of the bills (that come up) are issues that either I feel strongly about or are issues which I feel  I could contribute something on, and that’s why I’ve spoken on them. ​​​​​​​

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I didn’t even know what the PSLE was, until three months before I was going to take it.

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