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Wisp(Rwanda)

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  • jlyg Liu Yigong, Student at Ngee Ann Polytechnic 1. Promotion of having big families can be understood as an increase in population if implemented. With a population density in the top three list of the world, increased population will need to severe problems such as decrease in individual living space and even more packed government housing. Although the solution can be effective in preventing the imagined 2061, is the problems it might cause justified by the problem it can solve?

    2. Economic downturns are usually short term events (such as within five years or so unless it is a major economic upheaval) and thus in the long term, married couples opting to focus on work instead of making their family cannot be due to the economic downturns, and instead it is the change in the mindset of people in recent times that should be considered in proposing solutions.

    3. Singapore is doing very well in its effort to raise awareness of the importance of water conservation through the case studies in social study about the lack of water and the various interaction with neighboring countries in regard to water purchase, which is studied by every school age children. The massive investment spent in research technology for other methods of obtaining fresh water. Can you ellaborate on the meaning of the point 'Singapore lack awareness in the importance and consequences of conserving water.'
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  • LimBoonChieh LimBoonChieh i feel that the world is changing right now... more and more women are getting higher 'ranks' in work where you dont see them in the past. however, the pace is still too slow as there are more men with higher 'ranks' and i dont think there would be much changes to this aspect. singapore is dependable on many countries no matter is it for water or for protection or trade. singapore's relationship with other countries isnt that bad otherwise, we would have been taken over by another country. 4 years ago
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  • weeleongtio William Stingy Fatso, Student services/ Ambassador at Shaw Foundation Alumni House Maintain good relationship doesn't mean they will guarantee to supply the water to Singapore.

    Maintain good relationship doesn't mean they will guarantee to share their benefits to the neighbour country.

    As a Malaysian,what I can says is, if the current contract for water supplement between Malaysia and Singapore remain the same in the future, I afraid Malaysia will make a big loss eventually.

    Water might become limited resources in the future due to high pollution rate globally. Who knows eventually? It may cause this solution become the worse situation in Singapore.
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  • sarahkoh90 sarahkoh90 i dont think so that singapore is heavily lower ratio of women. and about the point when you mention in your slide 12 saying that singapore also devalues women, why do you say so? you are saying in general or just in family. as i believe that in singapore the discrimination of women is not that sever. thus when you say that singapore devalues women make it seems like women are not treated fairly in singapore as compared to rwanda. 4 years ago
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  • LiewJieChun LiewJieChun Reply to: kokfuan

    Because part of Singapore water supplies comes from Malaysia, and water is always used as a political bargaining tool, you can refer to this link 'http://www1.american.edu/ted/ice/singapore.htm' for more info.
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  • TanYingTing TanYingTing reply: singya

    We know it is not easy to totally eliminate it, what we can do is to minimize the problem, to let people understand Singapore current situation, if there are heavily lower ratio of womans in singapore, that would mean less population grow because there is a shortage of woman, and more man would need to opt for foreign bride, because of that such term like ’treating foreign woman as objects’ would obviously increase and more conflicts will happen between Singapore and other country, which is why we think we should do something about that now, through media or campaigns.
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  • kokfuan kokfuan Why do you think we are not maintaining good relationship with Malaysia? 4 years ago
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  • singya singya How are you guys planning to eliminate the traditional mindset? It is quite difficult as like what you guys mention it is ’traditional’.

    Will increasing the time spending together help in improving the family relationship? And how is the government planning to increase more family time together? Meaning that nowadays, we are busying with our works as everyone is seeking for good wealth. So, is the government willing to give us more holidays? And even so, some of us would make use of the free time for own self entertainment.
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  • LimJunxianJohn John Lim at Singapore Armed Forces 41st SAR ( Singapore Armor Regiment ) What will happen if discrimination is unsolved in Singapore by the year of 2061? 4 years ago
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  • laysze21 laysze21 yup..most victims are women..they don't get respect from others.. 4 years ago
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