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Tanjong Pagar Constituency Tanjong Pagar Constituency

Tanjong Pagar Constituency

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Tanjong Pagar Constituency
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A marriage of the initials 'T' and 'P' to look like a crane. This harks back to when Singapore and Tanjong Pagar's was "liberated" by Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew who first stood for election in this constituency. The symbol of a bird associates with the freedom Singaporeans enjoy in the democratic and how the country is continually "going places". Besides being a species accepted by all 4 of Singapore's races, the crane also has longer legs than other birds. Finally, red was chosen as the colour as it is auspicious and symbolise fraternity.

References
  • Tanjong Pagar: Prosperity through Adversity. Singapore: Tanjong Pagar Community Centre 1983.
  • "A good design is one that's 'simple, striking'." The Straits Times, 26 January 1987, 13