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Singapore 2007

  1. 1. Singapore 2007 Study of World Religions and Service Learning
  2. 2. Corporate Hub of Asia
  3. 3. Southernmost Tip of Asia • 85 Miles from the Equator = Hot and Humid • Thriving City- State island with 253 square miles and 4.5 million people
  4. 4. Island Port: Green and Beautiful
  5. 5. Butterflies, Blooms, Bugs
  6. 6. Tourist Favorites - Sentosa Merlion and Many Malls
  7. 7. Beaches Locals Walk, No Suits or Towels Tourists Swim and Sun Bathe
  8. 8. Botanic Gardens
  9. 9. Diverse Population of Chinese, Indian, and Malaysian
  10. 10. Orchids EVERYwhere
  11. 11. The only rainforest in the heart of a city • We saw monkeys high up in the trees
  12. 12. Typical Housing “National Bird” and Laundry (building crane)
  13. 13. A ‘Fine’ City Many Languages
  14. 14. Government Anti-Smoking Campaign
  15. 15. Crowded But Safe
  16. 16. Student Traveling Companions
  17. 17. Our Housing at Trinity Theological College
  18. 18. A Visitor in Our Courtyard Our Apartment
  19. 19. Adventures in Eating
  20. 20. More Delicious Adventures
  21. 21. Try Something New!
  22. 22. Infamous Durian Singapore Sling
  23. 23. Finding Our Way By Bus
  24. 24. Hot and Tired
  25. 25. Hindu Temple Visits
  26. 26. Instruction from a Swami
  27. 27. Buddhist Temple Visits
  28. 28. Prayer Wheel and Gardens
  29. 29. New Malaysian Muslim Friends
  30. 30. Conversations at Jamiyah
  31. 31. Welcoming Ambassadors and Prime Minister for Peace Conference
  32. 32. Service Learning: Home for the Elderly
  33. 33. Service Learning: Orphanage
  34. 34. Weekend Trip to Bintan, Indonisia
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