The Singapore Malay Football Club (SMFC) was established on 22 March 1909 and known then as Malaya Football Association (MFA) under the distinguished patronage of H. H. Sir Ibrahim (Sultan of Johore), H. H. Sir Alang Iskandar Shah (Sultan of Perak) and Sir Hugh Charles Clifford.

 


 

All full-time NSmen enlisted into the Army were required to serve two years in active service and ten years in front-line reserves (that's what the NSmen were called then). On 22 March 1968, the first intake of NSmen from 3 SIR and 4 SIR completed their basic military training and proceeded to the next level of training.

 


 

Shopping mall libraries are community libraries located within shopping malls in Singapore. This "shopping mall" concept is to bring the library closer to the people and encourage life-long learning among Singaporeans. The first shopping mall library, the Jurong West Community Library, located in the Jurong Point shopping mall, opened on 22 March 1996.