Hi there! This blog will be about the change and continuity of Clarke Quay. You will learn the history of Clarke Quay through reading this blog. One can also see the changes of Clarke Quay and the things that remains. Enjoy! :D

Done By: Choy Rui Zhi, Ryan Chew and Chan Kuang Seng :P

"To know the truth of history is to realize its ultimate myth and its inevitable ambiguity."
- Roy P. Basler

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay is a place along the Singapore River. 

Clarke Quay has a lot of food stores, there is also a rich range of seafood there. There are also old 2 storey shop houses there. The atmosphere there is very peaceful, the wind blowing, the sounds of the wave and the sounds of the boat in the Singapore River. Click the Picture at the left to know more about Clarke Quay and its history. 

  This is a sculpture of a Bird at the Central Business District

Clarke Quay Then
In the past Clarke Quay is a trading port for Singapore. Singapore was a trading port in the early years. Thus, Clarke Quay in the past is usually very hectic with wooden ships everywhere. There are river merchants and workers there working. Clarke Quay has developed from a trading port to a business district during the years. Click the link to know more about Clarke Quay in the past.
Clarke Quay in the past

 Sculptures at Clarke Quay.
This are pictures of sculpture in Clarke Quay, it depicts the people at Clarke Quay.

Clarke Quay Now
Clarke Quay now is a business district and there is a lot of activities there, one can see a boat in the singapore river which ferries you along the Singapore river.
A boat at Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is also where the Central Business District stands, there you can see a lot of skyscrapers, mostly are big companies' offices like May Bank. The business district will bring Singapore into greater heights by providing a very strong base in economy. Singapore future will be bright as we have a good foundation in economy Click the link to know more about Central Business District.
 Pictures of the Central Business District
There might be a change in the shape of the Singapore River as offices might need more space thus the government might consider using part of the Singapore river to further expand the Central business District. 

"History has to be rewritten because history is the selection of those threads of causes or antecedents that we are interested in."
-O. W. Holmes, Jr.

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