My Wish For Singapore

by Patrick Liew on August 20, 2019

My Wish For Singapore

My wish for Singapore is that Singapore will become a global HQ for trade and commerce, and other vital services.

By becoming a Global Hub and making the world our hinterland and marketplace, we can go beyond our physical size and other constraints.

In doing so, Singaporeans can maximize their potential.

Cultivate the necessary knowledge and skills, and rise up to fulfill their passions and dreams.

To make this dream come true, we must continue to build on our country, and give back to society.

Together, we must create more initiatives to build on the “One United People” spirit, and to strengthen families and communities.

Develop a home where we will have a deeper sense of rootedness and belonging.

Help to take care of each other, and especially the last, the least, the lonely, and the lost among us.

And hold on to a deeper belief that it’s in our Little Bright Red Dot that we can find purpose for living, happiness and fulfillment.

We will build on our “gotong royong” spirit by pioneering more bottom-up and peer-to-peer initiatives.

Encourage more partnerships between the public, private and people sectors, and encourage key stakeholders to connect, collaborate and co-create solutions for our communities and society.

As a people, we will have the self-efficacy, capacity and capability to battle all odds.

And do our part to make Singapore a livable and lovable place, and the best home for ourselves.


I hope this message will find a place in your heart.

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