Singapore Circuit Breaker

On 3 April 2020, our PM Lee wore his pink shirt to talk to us, fellow Singaporeans on our national TV.
He announced Singapore would be going into Circuit Breaker.
All non-essential people would start to Work From Home (WFH) on 7 April 2020 and all students would have their Home-based Learning on 8 April 2020.
We were still able to go to park nearby to exercise, but we would need to wear a mask and practice social distancing!
All these important message were delivered in English, Mandarin and Malay, but there were a lot of old folks out there only understand dialect just like my dad and mum.
While a lot of Singaporeans were rushing to supermarket to buy groceries, I thought why not I tried to produce a video in Hokkien of what PM Lee had mentioned.
This was my first time appearing in front of the camera to speak for the whole video and it would be in Hokkien, so I decided not to tell anyone about it and do the filming myself, just in case the video did not turned out well.

This was the setup and it took me 2 hours to just record the video and another 2 hours to edit the video.

After the filming, I was still thinking whether to post it online, but I though if this video can help a lot of old folks, then why not, so I posted it on both my Facebook and YouTube and went to sleep after that.

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