In September 1904, businessman and philanthropist Tan Jiak Kim petitioned the government for the establishment of a medical school. The government agreed to the petition on the condition that the Chinese community raised a minimum of $71,000 to fund the school. The Chinese and non-European communities responded with enthusiasm, raising over $87,000 for the school, of which Tan contributed $12,000. The Straits and Federated Malay States Government Medical School was subsequently officially opened on 28 September 1905 by Governor Sir John Anderson in the buildings of the former Female Lunatic Asylum at Sepoy Lines.

 


 

Bukit Batok CC located at 21 Bukit Batok Central, Singapore (659959), was completed on 28 September 1992. The date of official opening was on 29 May 1993 by Mr Goh Chok Tong - Prime Minister.

 


 

 

Singapore hosted the inaugural 2008 Formula One (F1) SingTel Singapore Grand Prix night race at Marina Bay on 28 September 2008, practice & qualifying session on 26 and 27 September. It was the first race to be held at night and the first street race in Asia. The race began at 2000 hrs at the newly built Marina Bay Street Circuit in Marina Bay, using exisiting street roads to form the circuit. The race, which was contested over 61 laps, was won by Fernando Alonso for the Renault team from 15th on the grid. The Singapore GP marked the return of motor racing to the Republic after a 35-year absence. Prior to this, Singapore had been part of the racing calendar for 12 years from 1961 to 1973 at the Thomson Road circuit. The earlier Singapore GP was discontinued due to various reasons, one of which was safety. The Anderson Bridge was completed in 1910, and was named after the Governor of the Straits Settlements and High Commissioner for the Federated Malay States (1904–1911), Sir John Anderson, who officially opened the bridge on 12 March 1910. This bridge (picture) formed part of the Singapore Grand Prix's Marina Bay Street Circuit.