SINGAPORE, Aug 10 – Singapore had been holded a national memorial to the mark of 50 years since the country became an independent state after separated from Malaysia. Tens thousands of people are expected to attend to the independence parade, complete with attractions by air forces and aircraft Singapore Airlines A380.
Fifty years since that fateful day on Aug 9, 1965, the nation threw its biggest party to celebrate its journey, but not without paying a touching tribute to its late founding Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew. Users are asked to read the appointment together national and sing the national anthem. Singapore became independent when Britain expelled from the Federation amid social unrest.
In this 50 years, the former British colony has also transformed itself into one of the richest countries in the world. But analysts said that the rapid development is accompanied by strict controls on freedom of speech and politics. The country celebrated its independence day with great fanfare every year, but this year’s motto SG50 regarded as the country’s biggest celebration.
The nation stood still, hand to heart which pledging to live up to the ideals of the nation’s pioneers strove. They sang in one proud voice, the National Anthem which to call for the country to aspire for success as it has in the last 50 years. After that, the fireworks had lit the sky in a burst of glorious colours, capping off a record pyrotechnics display that punctuated the show and kept hundreds of thousands around the Marina Bay at wowed throughout the evening.