AUG 2019 | Issue 33

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2019 NDR Chinese Dialogue


民情联系组(REACH)将于2019年8月24日下午3点举办一场由贸工部长陈振声主持的“国庆群众大会2019 - 华语对话会”。


2019 NDR Eng Dialogue

REACH National Day Rally 2019 English Dialogue

Come join us at the National Rally 2019 English Dialogue with Mr Heng Swee Keat,
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance on 29 August 2019.

Please sign up via to attend the dialogue.


Singapore Model Parliament

Have you ever wondered how Bills are drafted and debated by our Members of Parliament (MP)?
Here’s achance for you to experience that process and see if you have what it takes to be an “MP”.

Seize the opportunity and sign up now at

*Limited to 120 participants
(Tertiary students between 16 to 25 years old)

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We want to hear your views on the National Day Rally 2019!

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will deliver the National Day Rally 2019 speech on Sunday, 18 August 2019.
Find out how you can join in the discussion in our WhatsApp Chat Group for the National Day Rally 2019.

PM Lee National Day Message

National Day Message 2019

PM Lee shared in this year’s National Day message that pre-school and tertiary education will be made
more affordable for lower-and middle-income families. It is an indicationof what we can expect
from this year’s National Day Rally speech this Sunday.

Watch the message to find out more!

Instagram Contest

REACH National Day Instagram Contest

National Day might be over, but every day is worth celebrating! Tell us what makes YOU proud to be
Singaporean and stand a chance to win a $10 GrabRide voucher!

Head over to our Instagram page @reachsg to participate!


Share your views and thoughts with us on dating apps

When it comes to dating, some prefer to leave it to chance, whilst others prefer to create
opportunities through online dating and related apps.

In our fourth online survey, we would like to seek your views on what affects
dating opportunities and how you feel about online dating related apps.

Public Consultation


Public Consultation on Developing Singapore's Long-Term Low Emissions Strategy

The National Climate Change Secretariat invites the public to give their feedback and viewson how Singapore
can further reduce our greenhousegas emissions and work towards a low-carbon future.

The consultation will run till 30 August 2019.

More information can be found here.