Participating in parade on National Day a family tradition for police officer
SINGAPORE: On Monday (Aug 9), Deputy Superintendent (DSP) Gregory Kang will be participating in a family tradition going back four decades - taking part in a parade on Singapore’s National Day. This year’s National Day P
“This is not a tradition that I think I purposely set out to build, but it is indeed quite an honour to be able to carry on what others before me have done,” he said.His family is “quite proud” that he was chosen to represent the SPF, DSP Kang said, adding that they shared “quite a lot of encouragement as well as kind words” as he leaves home early in the morning and on weekends to prepare for the parade.
DSP Kang shared that his father had told him that in the past, the marching contingent would march long distances, through Singapore’s heartlands, on their way to the parade.“So I think that is his way of encouraging me to say that, well, many people have done it before in the past, and now you have the chance to do it. So do it well, and do it proudly,” he said.Read more: CNA »
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NDP 2021: No public balloting, tickets to be given to COVID-19 frontliners and essential workers “This is not a tradition that I think I purposely set out to build, but it is indeed quite an honour to be able to carry on what others before me have done,” he said.Thank you for your feedback.Read full article 5 August 2021, 6:00 pm · #SupportLocal and celebrate homegrown talent with these thirst-quenchers.Vanda, the Singapore-born"miracle baby" zebra shark is turning five on Monday (Aug 9), as Singapore celebrates its 56th National Day.
His family is “quite proud” that he was chosen to represent the SPF, DSP Kang said, adding that they shared “quite a lot of encouragement as well as kind words” as he leaves home early in the morning and on weekends to prepare for the parade. DSP Kang shared that his father had told him that in the past, the marching contingent would march long distances, through Singapore’s heartlands, on their way to the parade. Ad Brilliant Car Cleaning Hacks Local Dealers Wish You Didn’t Know Reuters Videos IOC expels two Belarusian Olympic officials The International Olympic Committee on Friday said it's stripped two Belarusian Olympic officials of their accreditation. “So I think that is his way of encouraging me to say that, well, many people have done it before in the past, and now you have the chance to do it. But since International Beer Day falls on 6 August, here’s another excuse to stock up on craft beers made right here on our little red dot. So do it well, and do it proudly,” he said. The Committee on Friday said the coaches have since been removed from the Olympic Village. “Because you will not only represent the men and women of the Singapore Police Force, but also generations that have come before. Vanda the zebra shark in her SEA Aquarium Shipwreck habitat.
” When he started training for the parade in June, DSP Kang - who joined the SPF five years ago - was serving as the commanding officer of Kampong Java Neighbourhood Police Centre, overseeing about 100 officers on a day-to-day basis."I think we have shown clearly in our immediate reaction in this deplorable case of Krystsina Tsimanouskaya. This content is not available due to your privacy preferences. On Jul 19, he was seconded to the Ministry of Home Affairs, where he now serves as assistant director of policy development. He acknowledged there was some difficulty in juggling his new responsibilities while rehearsing for the parade."Belarus' own Olympic Committee on Friday said their two officials would soon return to the capital Minsk, and that they would appeal the decision, according to Belarusian state-run media. “I think all officers who participate in the National Day Parade do so with the recognition that this involves additional commitment, and sacrifices of some of your personal time,” he said. More than a year on, the duo behind Alive Brewing Co have launched numerous iterations such as a German-style light ale called One Night In Cologne and an IPA with 4. When preparations began for the parade, it was still with the view that there would be a full-scale parade, as in the years prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.The situation has thrown Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko back under international scrutiny. So as part of her fifth birthday celebrations, we've prepared a special iced birthday cake for her, made up of tuna, mackerel, squid, crab and prawn.
That was until tightened restrictions under Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) were reinstated last month to try to stem a spike in COVID-19 cases. The smaller ceremonial parade will be held at the Marina Bay floating platform on Monday.The country has seen more than a year of protests demanding his resignation. This content is not available due to your privacy preferences. “A lot of initiative and effort” has been made to arrange working safe management measures, said DSP Kang. These include regular COVID-19 tests for all participants, as well as “very clear segregation plans” between the different contingents, he said. 33m ago Home-brewers thrive in northern Nigeria despite trouble with religious police In Nigeria's northern Kano state, Janet Peter stirs a thick and frothy brown liquid inside a large cast iron pot, worrying all the while that religious police will come and chase her from the restaurant where she operates. Participants are “well-supported” in executing such measures as planned by the working committee, he added. The company hopes to empower food service and retail businesses to upcycle their waste into high-value products. "W e decided to name the baby shark 'Hope' to signify a new and positive dawn for zebra sharks, which are listed as ‘vulnerable’ in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species,” he explained.
Despite these hurdles, DSP Kang believes the show must go on, as t he parade is a sign of Singapore’s “resilience and ability to pull through crisis”. Brewers like her are a target for the Hisbah, the religious police who enforce Islamic sharia law that is in place in 12 northern states. “In many years’ time, when we look back on National Day 2021, what we will see is a nation that has gone through this COVID-19 pandemic (and) come out of it, became stronger and yet managed to stay resilient, stay united and stay tough throughout this whole episode,” he said. Source: CNA/az .