Understanding the PURPOSE of Sources

Source A:
A video clip of the National Day Parade, 2005

Video clip taken from the National Day Parade Organising Committee website http://www.ndp.org.sg or

Archive photos of the past National Day Parades http://www.ndp.org.sg/gallery.php


Source B:
A comment about the National Day Parade by a German visitor, on his blog

“I saw thousands of Singaporeans sitting there in mostly white and red clothes, screaming, shouting and laughing. This parade showed the self-image of a nation I never saw before. The Singaporeans are truly one people and they are proud to be a part of this people! I received really the impression that Singapore is a nation consisting of his citizens and not a nation with citizens. The pride of being a Singaporean was nearly touchable for me in this stadium! And this all was just in the preview.”

Source C:
A comment about the National Day Parade by a German visitor recounted by PM Lee Hsien Hoon at the National Day Rally, 2005


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