With reference to no more than four art works, discuss the state of public art in Singapore or any one in SE Asian country. Does it integrate into its physical environment or otherwise? What function does it perform? Introduction on Public Art According to Wikipedia, public art refers to works of art in any media with the specific intention of being situated or staged in the physical public domain. In other words, they are known as artworks that are displayed anywhere in public; in an indoor or outdoor
understanding of what law actually is and how it actually operates. As such, this essay argues that the true value of individual theories is in assisting our understanding of law in limited scopes. A legal theory can assist in our practical understanding of the law as long as we are able to identify the scope and precise role each theory plays, through an overt recognition of its limitations, and apply it accordingly. This essay further proposes that a theory of law that is ‘pure’ and not conflated with
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1. Introduction At this time many countries are facing environmental problems due to the use of private vehicles that are not controlled as air and noise pollution, traffic congestion, and other environmental impacts. There are many such issues in some developing countries that are growing rapidly in the industry sector and the economy. This requires a strategy and policy in dealing with issues such as the implementation of the congestion pricing, restriction of vehicles at a specified time, improvement