We have been fighting and the tide is still coming in. What has changed is that we have put up our dyke, we have held the water out, but the dyke leaks.
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This is a landmark package, and a necessary response to a unique situation.
Actually my family members are quite scared of getting infected. They don’t want to be near me.
In 1998, then-Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong planted the yellow rain tree. It was still small (then), but now 20 years, you see the tree grow and it’s such a majestic tree. You feel proud and you feel happy that you have contributed in a small way to promoting tree planting, seeing the tree grow.
It looks like a battlefield and it is a battlefield. Whether you realise it or not, you are involved.
I feel sad thinking about her. We’re very close.