I was thinking of where is a good place to go on a date in the coming days and nothing comes to mind other than to be heading to the political rallies.
It’s not romantic but it’s one that I’d love to bring a girl to, to help her understand why I’m passionate about politics in Singapore.
Attending rallies allows us to have a better insight into what and who we’ll be voting for to lead and serve us. It is also a good way to be with the rest of the population.
Tonight, there will be several rallies all around Singapore and if you’re looking for a great place to date tonight, this should be one of the places you’d want to consider heading down to.
PAP Rally (Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC)
Open field bounded by Sengkang Central, Sengkang East Rd, Sengkang East Ave and Buangkok Drive, beside Buangkok MRT Station
Workers’ Party (Hougang SMC)
Open field in front of block 837, bounded by Hougang Ave 4 and Hougang Central
Singapore Democratic Party (Holland-Bukit Timah GRC)
Open field bounded by Commonwealth Ave, Commonwealth Drive and Commonwealth Close
Reform Party (West Coast GRC)
National Solidarity Party (Marine Parade GRC)
Open field bounded by Geylang East Central, Aljunied Ave 1 and 2, beside multi-storey car park and block 118.
Where will I be at tonight?
I’d most probably be at the Workers’ Party rally to give a show of support to a fellow classmate of mine from a course that we attended in December, Yaw Shin Leong.
A very humble man and someone who’s got a deep interest in fishes, he’ll be able to tell you the type of fish that you have and how best to rear it to keep it alive and healthy!
He did a presentation on it and definitely impressed me.
So, if you’re planning to go on a date with a girl at the rallies, here are some things that you might want to bring along with you:
- A roll-up mat
- Beach chair
- Food and Drinks
- Camera/ Videocam
The atmosphere will just be awesome and you will no doubt have a lot to talk about after that because you will also see lots of different characters there!
If you’re getting recalled for duty this General Election, I suggest you pay careful attention to the words that you use to direct to the organisations because I’m very sure that there will be extra pair of eyes lurking on the online world keeping tabs on what’s happening.