SINGAPORE - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had a busy two days at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Summit in Beijing, but still took time to update social media along the way.
In a round up on Wednesday morning, even as he headed to Naypyitaw, Myanmar, for an Asean Summit, Mr Lee put up a photo gallery, including one of the fireworks at Apec which he had taken.
He wrote: "China put on a spectacular light and fireworks show at the APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting (AELM) in Beijing.
"The meeting was fruitful. Most importantly, we agreed to study a Free Trade Area of the Asia Pacific (FTAAP). It will draw our economies closer together, and foster peace and stability in the region."
The posts were signed off with '-LHL', which denote personal posts from the prime minister.
On Sunday, when he touched down in Beijing, Mr Lee posted in both English and Chinese that he met China President Xi Jinping to discuss regional issues, bilateral projects and the Apec agenda.
"Our ties are in good shape, but we want to do more together," he said.
The post had more than 7,000 likes and 300 shares.
Mr Lee also shared a photo and video link to his speech on Sunday evening at CapitaLand's China-Singapore Dialogue.
He added that he joined the Capitaland-Little Angels Choir to sing "xi shui chang liu", a xinyao classic by Singaporean songwriter Liang Wern Fook. Mr Lee had sung a line from the song at the National Day Rally in August.