This morning when I stopped at a traffic light beside an ambulance belonging to the Muslim Missionary Society of Singapore, I was elated to observe that the ambulance was donated by Loyang Tua Pek Kong. This is cotton dry evidence that religious and racial harmony is very much alive in Singapore, and this makes me proud of being a Singaporean.
I may sound sentimental, but I cannot help to ‘rewind fast backwards’ of the time when Singapore was plagued with racial and religious disharmony and problems. It was through the resolute and determination of Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his team of old guards that Singapore today enjoys genuine racial and religious harmony.
Let all Singaporeans of good conscience preserve this very important and valuable asset worth more than gold and silver.