Wednesday, August 14, 2013

National Day Rally speech to be delivered on Sunday - Channel News Asia

SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will deliver his National Day Rally 2013 speech on Sunday at ITE Headquarters and College Central.

The rally will be broadcast "live" on local television channels and radio stations.

There will be two parts to the speech:

The first part is from 6.45pm to 7.30pm, where Mr Lee will deliver his speech first in Malay, then in Mandarin.

The second part is from 8.00pm to 10.00pm, where Mr Lee will deliver his speech in English.

Relevant portions of the prime minister's speech will be voiced in the language of the channel and station.

For Vasantham and Oli 96.8FM, the broadcast will be completely voiced over in Tamil.

Toggle will simulcast the National Day Rally speech across the four language platforms - Channel 5, Channel 8, Suria and Vasantham.

Overseas Singaporeans can view the rally "live" on Toggle via SG+ by registering for a free Toggle account with their NRIC number.

The National Day Rally will be streamed live on Channel NewsAsia's National Day special report from 6.45pm.  

The "live" webcast of the rally can also be watched online on websites of the Prime Minister's Office or REACH.

Smartphone users can also watch the mobile webcast by going to www.ndr.sg on the phone's web browser.

"Live" signing will be available at both websites and also on smartphones via the mobile webcast.

Viewers can share their thoughts on social media using the hash tag #ndrsg while PM Lee delivers his speech.

Users can visit Mr Lee's Facebook page to comment on live updates as the speech is being delivered.

Viewers can also discuss the rally on the REACH website and REACH Facebook page.

The speech will be available on the Prime Minister's Office YouTube channel from 19 August 2013. Videos of the full rally can also be viewed on the Prime Minister's Office website from 19 August 2013.  

REACH said after the rally speech, besides providing several feedback channels, it will organise a "live" Facebook chat and four face-to-face dialogues with the general public, youth, and PMETs to engage a spectrum of Singaporeans on the rally.

These activities are part of REACH's NDR feedback exercise from 18 to 31 August.

On the NDR 2013 feedback exercise, REACH Chairman and Minister of State for Manpower and Health Dr Amy Khor said: "The National Day Rally is an important occasion for all of us to reflect on past developments, take stock of our current situation, and chart our future. Many Singaporeans have shared their concerns on bread-and-butter and aspirational issues - such as healthcare costs for the pioneer generation, housing affordability, and education diversity for the next generation - through Our Singapore Conversation, REACH, and other feedback platforms. These are all valid concerns, which the prime minister will be addressing during the rally.

"I encourage all Singaporeans to participate actively in sharing their views on the rally through REACH's NDR feedback exercise. Your views will further help us to crystallise, refine, and implement policies that will better address your aspirations and concerns."

Education Minister Heng Swee Keat will chair a public forum on 21 August, while Environment and Water Resources Minister Dr Vivian Balakrishnan will chair a dialogue with PMETs on 23 August.

There will also be dialogues with youths at the National University of Singapore and Victoria Junior College on 29 August, while several MPs will take part in various talkshows on radio. 


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