LM Family Celebrates Singapore’s Birthday!

Capturing the mood and moment: Talented performers from nEbO, Young NTUC Play and ITE Central entertain the audience with a rendition of favourite National Day songs.

In keeping with the same unity and community that characterised Singapore’s nation building story, NTUC’s National Day Observance Ceremony 2018 was organised with the aim of renewing and strengthening the camaraderie shared between NTUC staff and union leaders.

Going back to basics, the NTUC Centre was transformed into a carnival with NTUC Secretary-General (SG) Ng Chee Meng sportingly leading the fun, games and makan for the 400 staff, family members and union leaders.

Scroll on to relive the good times at NDOC 2018 through photos.

Baby Shark, anyone? Union leaders, staff and their families got to dance along to one of the trendiest dance beats.

Baby Shark, anyone? Union leaders, staff and their families got to dance along to one of the trendiest dance beats.

 

Union leaders toast with cups of Teh Tarik – specially prepared by SG Ng.

Union leaders toast with cups of Teh Tarik – specially prepared by SG Ng.

 

The Labour Movement family photo: Starring staff, union leaders and families.

The Labour Movement family photo: Starring staff, union leaders and families.

 

NTUC Deputy Secretary-General Koh Poh Koon welcomes the children to the front of the stage.

NTUC Deputy Secretary-General Koh Poh Koon welcomes the children to the front of the stage.

 

Work takes a backseat, for today, as SG Ng mingles with union leaders.

Work takes a backseat, for today, as SG Ng mingles with union leaders.

 

The children got the most fun out of the morning, especially with the song and dance items.

The children got the most fun out of the morning, especially with the song and dance items.

 

Union leaders mark the occasion with makan-time selfies.

Union leaders mark the occasion with makan-time selfies.

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