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Singaporeans may be doing really well in this year’s SEA Games, but this video might be the best thing to have surfaced on the Internet so far.
In a SEA Games Victory Ceremony for the women’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay just yesterday, where the Singapore team clinched first place, the recording for Singapore’s national anthem went haywire, and cut off midway through the song. But despite the technical glitch, the Singaporean audience, clad in red and white, sang on.
If anyone had any doubts that Singaporeans were patriotic, this heartwarming video would prove them wrong. Skip ahead to 4:07 for the National Anthem.
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