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National Day Parade (NDP) Theme Songs

Just come of the video compilations used as themes songs for National Day. Only those which I thought are worthy of listening to are included.

NDP 1998: Kit Chan 陈洁仪 -- Home 家



NDP 2001: Tanya Chua - Where I Belong



NDP 2002: Stefanie Sun 孙燕姿 -- We Will Get There 一起走到



NDP 2003: Stefanie Sun 孙燕姿 -- One United People 全心全意



NDP 2008: Joi Chua 蔡淳佳 -- 晴空万里



NDP 2010: Corrine May -- Song for Singapore


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I reached 高雄国际航空站 in the morning. Weather was not good and was in fact drizzling. A typhoon had just passed Taiwan. We alighted from the Eva Air plane right onto the runway where we were picked up by a shuttle bus to the arrival hall. The system could have been better if we alighted not on the runway and at a place with shelter.

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