2nd November 2020 – 3rd January 2021
To commemorate the first anniversary of Relay Majulah, a photo exhibition had been organised at Gardens by the Bay from 2nd November to 3rd January 2021. President Halimah Yacob and Speaker of Parliament, Tan Chuan-Jin, graced the opening and took a walk down memory lane with the many photographs captured from the relay.
The exhibition documents the many special moments captured during the event as well as the stories of every runner, and hopes to inspire more people to make a difference and create an impact in the community.
During the two-month exhibition in Singapore’s most beautiful landmark-Gardens by the Bay, many people in Singapore came to the exhibition and were deeply moved by the stories of the runners. Li Foundation also hosted several group visits to Relay Majulah Exhibition, with institutions, companies, running clubs and social organizations. Runners from Relay Majulah and the Exhibition Curator shared inspiring stories of how individuals, who participated in the run, came together as one and gave their very best in pursuing a common goal.
During the candid interview, many felt very moved and inspired by stories of how some runners were very motivated to help others through the run – despite facing challenges of their own. They also hope that they can give back to their communities and be part of the Relay Majulah event if there is another one in the future.
SportsSG and SportCares
SportCares with boys from Muhammadiyah Welfare Home
SportCares Youth Instructors
Renmin University of China Alumni Association (Southeast Asia)
The book showcases how the participants challenged their limits and conquered the World Marathon Challenge and North Pole Marathon to inspire people to challenge their own limits and pursue their dreams boldly.
The book tells the stories behind the event which saw the largest number of people in history running 1045km round Taiwan in 19 days.