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“Kelong Bridge at Punggol Waterway”

Credit: Phyllis Chong

“Punggol Waterway”

Credit: Ban Pang

“The Fabulous Baker Boy”

Credit: Eve Tan

“Food Republic at Vivo City”

Credit: Anita Ryanto

“Bishan Park”

Credit: Tia Boon Sim

“Toa Payoh Swimming Complex”

Credit: Eve Tan

“Pulau Ubin”

Credit: Anita Ryanto

“Chinese Garden, Singapore”

Credit: Daniel Lim

“Marina Bay”

Credit: Francis Theo

“Toa Payoh Central”

Credit: Lim Han Seng

“Clarke Quay”

Credit: Tony Chua

“Tanjong Pagar Area”

Credit: Francis Theo

“Block 77, Queenstown”

Credit: Tia Boon Sim

“Dunlop Street”

Credit: Daniel Tan

“Building next to Changi Village Food Centre”

Credit: William Sim Sing Kee

“Church of the Blessed Sacrament”

Credit: Chia Kwek Fah

“Boat Quay”

Credit: Edric Hsu Singapore’s aspiring democrats turn to violence

Violence – call it vandalism if you like – is not a catalyst for change. Vandalism in democracy’s name is as abhorrent as violence in religion’s name.

Misguided passion will not engender more political freedoms, leave alone democracy. Cleaning of the Cenotaph after vandalism

The cleaners were using pressurised water jet to remove the spray paint. Memorials in Singapore: The Cenotaph

A cenotaph is typically a monument or “empty tomb” erected in honour of a person or a group of people. The Cenotaph at Esplanade Park is a war memorial initially erected in commemoration of the soldiers who have sacrificed their lives in World War I. In 1951, an extension was added to the structure to commemorate those who sacrificed in World War II.

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