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Opening ceremony[ edit ] Opening ceremony The opening ceremony was held on Friday, 5 Junebeginning at The ceremony was helmed by more than 5, performers and volunteers and supported by 3, soldiers. Given the enclosed nature of the stadium, extensive use of an aerial system to allow suspension and movement of performers and props are possible.
Floor projection are accomplished using multimedia high-definition projectors.
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This is accompanied by the traditional dances of Singapore's main races. Nila, the mascot apparently leaped down in the stadium with a hanging parachute after the video footage of the mascot. Next, the parade of athletes from all 11 competing nations started with Brunei leading the field in alphabetical order and ended with the host nation, Singapore entering the stadium last.
This was followed by parade of the Southeast Asian Games Federation flag and the games edition flag by former and current Singaporean sportsmen and sportswomen respectively, the late Lee Kuan Yew footage about the Southeast Asian Games, welcoming speech of Lawrence Wongand declaration of games opening by Tony Tan Keng YamPresident of Singapore.
The Cambodian contingent was led by San Sophorn of Sepak takraw. The Lao contingent was led by Bouadeng Vongvone of Petanque. The Myanmar contingent was led by Ye Sithu of Fencing. The Filipino contingent was led by Alyssa Valdez of Volleyball.
The Thai contingent was led by Chanathip Songkrasin of Football.
The former athletes that carry the federation flag are K. Athlete's and judge's oath are taken by Lin Qingyi, Singapore's netball player and Azhar Yusoff the rugby judge and referee respectively.
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