Students / parents do take note of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get the free limited edition National Geographic magazine. Need to be quick since anything free in Singapore is snapped up almost instantaneously.
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To celebrate Singapore’s 53rd birthday, we’ve got a special Singapore edition of a little magazine you may have heard of called National Geographic. Dropping islandwide at community centers and libraries, the limited edition publication will see 250,000 copies distributed for free from Aug 1 onwards.
Of course, this being a collaboration with the Ministry of Communications and Information, the mag will feature an interview with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong about his thoughts on the future of Singapore, alongside a series of local stories about individuals contributing to “shaping our future home through their pursuits.”
Source: PM Lee’s Facebook
Gov.sg has partnered National Geographic to do a special Singapore edition of the magazine titled “Singapore – City of Tomorrow”!
Read about the people shaping the future Singapore – they are active in design, sports, sustainable urban farming, volunteerism and other unexpected areas. The articles are accompanied by great photos, of course.
You can pick up your complimentary copy at Suntec City, West Atrium from today till 29 Jul, and at Community Centres and libraries from 1 Aug.
In conjunction with the magazine launch, the #WhatMakesSG photo exhibition is currently on at Suntec City till 29 Jul. It features Nat Geo photojournalist Michael Yamashita’s photos taken during his visit here in May, as well as the winning entries of the #WhatMakesSG photo contest. Do drop by if you’re nearby. – LHL