We received this email below, which invites you to pose a question to the Prime Minister, Mr Lee Hsien Loong, on video. They will select some for him and present the Q&A on a telecast on Sept 4 in Singapore.
Interested? See below for more details!
I’m a producer with Channel NewsAsia, and I’m producing a series of short video clips for an upcoming televised forum with PM Lee Hsien Loong. Called “Ask PM Lee”, the show is an opportunity for regular Singaporeans to pose questions to the PM. One way is through video clips.
I’d like to reach out to overseas Singaporeans and invite them to submit questions. Would you be able to help spread the word?
“Ask PM Lee” will be telecast on 4 September, 8pm on Channel NewsAsia.
What kind of questions?
The questions can be related to topics raised in the recent National Day Rally, but members are welcome to pose questions on other issues as well.
For a rundown of the Rally speech: www.pmo.gov.sg/ndr14
How to submit?
Please record yourself asking your question, using your smartphone or webcam. You are welcome to submit a maximum of 3 different questions, with one video clip per question.
Questions should be short and sweet.
You can send your videos to: AskPMLee@mediacorp.com.sg. If you’re submitting multiple questions, please collate them into one single email.
Don’t forget to include your name, age, occupation, town/city of residence and phone number. If you’re a student, please state your university and degree course.
Please send your videos by Wednesday, 27 August.
Other ways to Ask PM Lee:
Alternatively, if you wish to ask a question but would rather not make a video of it, you can also email AskPMLee@mediacorp.com.sg OR tweet us using #askPMLee.
Please note that not all questions submitted will be used in the show.
Hoe Yeen Nie
Producer, English Current Affairs