General Elections in Singapore are around the corner and Polling Day is on September 11.
There have been party rallies, speeches, and interviews, all with widespread media coverage. As expected in political events, words are being twisted, scenarios concocted, and emotions are running high.
Through the barrage of information, it is important to see past the surface of words and deeds, and look into the motivations behind them.
Things are certainly shaking up in Singapore. It is heartening to see the youth of our nation showing a keener interest in its governance, but also sad to witness the polarising effects and results this event has on the people.
Singapore must maintain trust and unity if there is going to be any hope for the future.