MediaCorp presents Mandarin forum "A Conversation with PM Lee"
MediaCorp is presenting a Mandarin forum on Singapore's future, "A Conversation with PM Lee".
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will be joined by Acting Minister Chan Chun Sing, Minister of State Josephine Teo and Senior Parliamentary Secretary Sim Ann.
This programme comes a week after a similar forum conducted in English on Channel NewsAsia to meet people from all walks of life to discuss the nation's future.
Presenter Chun Guek Lay is moderating the forum, which will be recorded at Caldecott Broadcast Centre on 20 September.
Thirty studio guests, comprising grassroots leaders, educationists, social workers, journalists, tertiary students, new citizens, singles, young parents and senior citizens, will be taking part in the discussion.
There will also be studio polling on some questions.
Executive Producer of the Programme, Ms Wee Wai Lin, said: "Society being made up of a wide range of people would have varied views and perspectives of what is hope, heart and home. This forum provides an opportunity for participants to interact at close range with the Prime Minister and Ministers to share their aspirations and exchange views that can contribute to the writing of the Singapore story."
The forum will first telecast on Sunday, 23 September at 9pm on MediaCorp Channel 8.
Viewers can send "live" sms and email messages on screen during this telecast.
Viewers can continue to sms pmffeedbackname to 75500 or email questions and comments email@example.com till 30th September.
The programme will be shown again on Channel 8, on Sunday, 30 September, from 1.30pm to 2.30pm; on Channel U on Wednesday, 26 September, between 9pm and 10pm.
It'll be uploaded on xinmsn.com/catchup from 24 September.
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