Progress And Advancement Sculpture

Progress and Advancement Sculpture – Singapore

The Progress & Advancement Sculpture is located in one of Singapore's most popular landmarks - the Raffles Place. This grand sculpture is the work of Yang-Ying Feng, commissioned and donated on 8th August 1988 by local entrepreneur and founder of Overseas Union Bank Limited (OUB) George Lien Ying Chow (1907 – 2004). Showing a detailed Central Business District (CBD) by the Singapore River, this 4m-tall sculpture signifies the progress and advancement of Singapore’s financial sector and stands at Raffles Place.