Singaporeans are being urged to sing a national anthem during a day of independence celebrations on Sunday.
Singaporeans are urged to hold a song at their homes and sing the national anthem at the same time.
The National Anthem of Singapore is sung in many parts of the country and is one of the three official national songs of the Republic of Singapore.
Singles can sing the anthem at home, as well as at public events.
The government says sing the National Anthem in public and on radio stations in the country.
The song is sung on the occasion of independence day on Saturday, which commemorates the anniversary of the end of British colonial rule of Singapore in 1965.
Singkalan, a Punjabi language spoken in southern Thailand, is the national language of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), which officially declared independence from Britain in 1949.