Announcement: Postponement of Event
May 17, 2012, 2:15 pm
Filed under: Announcements, Events, Internal Security Act, Singapore

From the organisers of That We May Dream Again:

Postponement of Event to be held on Saturday, 19 May 2012 at Speakers’ Corner, Hong Lim Park

We have been informed by the police on the evening of Tuesday, 15 May that the exemption granted under the Public Entertainments and Meetings Act to Speakers’ Corner, Hong Lim Park has been revoked with effect from 16 May to 26 May 2012 because of the upcoming by-election. A police permit is therefore required for our event on 19 May 2012.

Owing to the short notice and uncertainties in obtaining a police permit, as well as the prospect of inconvenience to our guests and contractors should the permit be refused, we are sorry that our event at Speakers’ Corner, Hong Lim Park, has to be postponed.

We deeply regret that a by-election in the single-member constituency of Hougang, has disrupted and inconvenienced Singaporeans from enjoying activities at Hong Lim Park which is not part of Hougang.

We will now hold our event on SATURDAY, 2 JUNE 2012 at 3.00 p.m. The programme remains unchanged and, we hope to continue receiving your support.

We are aware that this notice may not be read by all our guests and members of the public who have made plans to be at Hong Lim on 19 May 2012. As organisers, we will be at Hong Lim to meet those who may turn up because of our inability to reach them.

The organisers,
Function 8 Limited and MARUAH
17 May 2012


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Dear Rachel…sorry to hear about this change and the inconveniences caused. Never mind. June 2nd is a good alternative.

Comment by Ransom Soh

Dear Ransom, it is coincidence but in order to avoid unforeseen circumstances, I think the organisers made a good decision to postpone it. Do pop by though and do check out the blog “That We May Dream Again”. You can now sign up for email alerts on updates and latest postings. 🙂

Just helping to spread the word here although I am not involved in the organisation of the event.

Comment by rachelabsinthe

hi bitch! no ‘rally’ or group petition (pathetic selling ur cunt) for the few to be hanged for drug trafficking in M’sia> even one of them is a Singaporean?!!! fck u bitch! speak up la…go to KL or even the embassy in Sg & Sg embassy in KL to ‘revolt’ with Revi and the rest …u coward out now u fcking bitch!! u better be fcked by the maxican and the chinese sg before they are hanged you know…this way, u shall reincarnate to be ‘super woman’ who takes drugs, prostitute and then get hanged later…i cannot wait to see u fcking double standard sg bitch!

Comment by chin

Just because we aren’t announcing each and every effort from our side does not mean that we are not doing anything.

With all your insults and vulgarities, do not expect anyone to take you seriously. If you expect to offend me, then perhaps you need to work harder.

Taking into consideration the feedback of visitors who come to my blog, I have decided not to approve unintelligent and non-constructive comments like this so it is time to end your malicious trolling because it is clearly not going to be of any effect. Thank you and goodbye.

Comment by rachelabsinthe

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