Monthly Archives: May 2016

Weekly Reflection 6

What if Singapore doesn’t have any foreign domestic workers or foreign construction workers? What will happen? Write a story (or a blog entry). If Singapore doesn’t have any foreign domestic workers, there would be no one looking after our children … Continue reading

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Weekly Reflection 5

What is a “good country” to me? Do I consider Singapore a good country? A “good country” to me is a country that is able to effectively and efficiently manage their country’s resources. A good country should possess these few … Continue reading

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Unusual Occupations

To me, ‘unusual’ means that it is not well-known or talked about, jobs such as Lego Certified Professional, Professional Mountaineer and Sneaker Customizer are examples of unusual jobs as many people don’t even know these jobs exist. I chose this … Continue reading

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Global Voices

  https://globalvoices.org/2016/05/06/environmental-crisis-makes-protesters-of-chilean-fisherman-on-chiloe-island/ As I was browsing through the list of news articles on Global Voices, what struck me the most was this article. I’ve noticed that nowadays, Singapore has been having more erratic weather patterns mostly attributed to Global Warming. … Continue reading

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Kampong Glam Heritage Trail

Kampong Glam Heritage Trail   On 1 May 2016. I went with my sister to the Kampong Glam Heritage Trail.  I have chosen this heritage trail as it reminded me of when I was young, I visited the Malay Heritage … Continue reading

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Worker Writes

Worker Writes http://www.singaporeworkerpoetry.com/#!2014-results/ckg1 I chose this blog activity as often, when heading back from school, I would encounter large groups of foreign workers and wondered how they felt about working in Singapore. As poetry is a means of expressing yourself, … Continue reading

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Weekly Reflection 4

What is my own philosophy on migrant and/ or refugee issues? Why do I think the way I do? My philosophy on the refugee issues currently happening around the world. In 2012, a group of 200 Rohingya refugees were refused … Continue reading

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