National Anthem

LOCAL SUSHI CHAIN NAMED THEIR SPECIAL DISH MAKI KITA, HAD TO APOLOGISE

They tried a pun on their name and Singapore's national anthem, by naming the food "Maki Kita". This, of course, was a play on the first two words on our national anthem, "Mari Kita", but the sushi chain apparently did not know that Maki also means curse in Malay, Singapore's national language.

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SINGAPOREANS TO SING NATIONAL ANTHEM SIMULTANEOUSLY ON 9TH AUGUST AT 9AM

To celebrate SG50, the Singapore government is gathering 500,000 Singaporeans to sing the National Anthem simultaneously and recite the pledge on 9th August at 9AM across Singapore. This year's synchronized National Day Observance ceremony will be organized by the People's Association Grassroots Organisations.

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