Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s ‘Never Fear Speech’ @ The Sree Narayana Mission in Sembawang (September 1965)

Mr. Chairman, friends, I want to say how delighted I am this morning to be able to join you in presenting these scholarships to 10 students, $100/- each, and not

Mr Lee Kuan Yew @ Serangoon Gardens Circus (Dec 1965)

Friends and fellow citizens May I briefly sum up the points which I made (in Malay).  First, the conditions obtained two and a half years ago, in June 1963, when

Dr. Goh Keng Swee – National Service Bill @ Parliament (March 1967)

I beg to move the Bill be read a second time, I have the President’s recommendation to proceed with the reading of the bill. One of the difficulties confronting me

Mr Lee Kuan Yew @ NTUC’S International Women’s Year (Sept 1975)

Comrade Chairman and Comrades, The role of women in industrial societies has radically changed in the last 100 years. Industrialisation required women workers. This led to the education of women.

ESM Goh Chok Tong – First National Day Rally (Aug 1991)

1.  Friends and fellow citizens, this is a big occasion for me. It is alsoa difficult occasion. I said that I was not going to wear Mr Lee KuanYew’s shoes,

PM Lee Hsien Loong – ‘Inclusive Society Forged by Common Purpose’ – Swearing in Ceremony (2004)

Mr President, Friends and Colleagues, and my fellow Singaporeans, 1.  I am deeply honoured to be sworn in as the Prime Minister of Singapore. I am grateful for your support,

PM Lee Hsien Loong @ CPIB 60th Anniversary (Sept 2012)

I am very happy to be here to celebrate CPIB’s 60th Anniversary. 1.  Singapore is well recognised to be a clean and incorrupt system and country. Our international rankings in

SM Tharman Shanmugaratnam – SG50 Lecture @ Economic Society SG (Aug 2015)

1.  The story of Singapore’s first 50 years that is best known internationally is of economic progress leading to a remarkable rise in GDP per capita. But that is not

DPM Heng Swee Keat @ ‘Building Our Future Singapore Together’ Dialogue (June 2019)

We are here to discuss how we can build our future together. At the heart of this topic lies the biggest challenge we will face in the coming decades, which

SM Teo Chee Hean – Climate Change Speech @ Committee Of Supply (Feb 2020)

Mr Chairman, Sir. Addressing Climate Change Across the globe, the effects of climate change are clear and present. Weather patterns have become more extreme; ice sheets and glaciers are melting.