2023 may be no different from 2022, but Singaporeans can be hopeful and bold

In a commentary, SMU Associate Professor of Law Eugene Tan noted the pandemic-induced economic challenges stoked by geopolitical tensions and conflict in 2022 and explained why learning the right lessons from the pandemic is vital. While he pointed out that 2023 may be no different from 2022, he shared how Singaporeans can stay united while remaining hopeful and bold. He said that in 2023, we should reflect on how individuals and businesses make their wealth and profits and whether they are contributing to the common good, as well as revitalise the social compact and chart new directions through a collective sense of ownership and social responsibility to boost social cohesion and national identity.
The Business Times