Singapore seems to have sunk into lethargy. There is a certain sense of inertia, both in government and among its people. The focus is on what is wrong in Singapore. Complaints abound, finger pointing is the rule of the day. The government is on the back foot, offering piecemeal tweaks to faulty policies, and the people remain unimpressed.
In three years, Singapore will be 50 years old. Appreciation should be accorded to the ruling party for bringing Singapore to where it is today, and to the people who kept faith with the leadership, worked hard and contributed to this creation and the building of this city.
But here we are on the threshold of another 50 years. Will we be paralysed by uncertainty, by insecurity, by internal squabbles; or will we be able to move beyond these, take courage and dive into the great unknown, just as our first generation did?
But what does it mean to take the road less travelled?
Read the full article, written by Andrew Loh for Yahoo Singapore, here: Singapore can move forward on the road less travelled.