EP. 0 - THE PREFACE
Updated: Dec 24, 2022
So much of who we are is where we have been. History may not seem all that important in this modern world but as we venture into a future unknown, it influences us individually in ways we cannot always conceive.
In The Story of Singapore, we will discover the rich tapestry of our Singaporean heritage, from backwater kingdom to economic miracle.
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The list above is still being continuously updated.
The theme music of this podcast is composed by Omar Chakor.
ABOUT THE PODCAST:
The Story of Singapore is a history podcast created by Mario Teng, tracing the historical and political developments of Singapore, from a backwater kingdom in the 1300s to an economic miracle by the turn of the 21st century.