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    In reflecting upon my experiences in Singapore, I have nothing but good things to say. Overall, it was a most valuable experience, and I hope I have other such opportunities in my life. First of all, I truly enjoyed the chance to travel overseas to a place full of diversity and excitement. I have not traveled overseas before, and this experience was incredibly worthwhile. Being able to say that I have gone where few people in Duluth have traveled is extraordinary! In the past, I have seen

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    islands. Parts of Malaysia and Indonesia also stretch east of Singapore across the south china sea. The land Rolling hills and lowlands make up Singapore’s landscape. A cluster of low peaks crowns in the center of the island. They include Bukit Timah, Singapore’s highest

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    Sunset

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    the need to house more people allowed these HDB flats to sprout out at every available plot of land like wild weeds, like it is nobody's business. When the flat lands are all used, they take the high lands. Our towns such as Bukit Batok, Bukit Panjang and Bukit Timah (with 'Bukit' meaning hill in the malay language), no longer have the identity which speaks for what they were meant to be. For the smart-alecs had flatten the tiny hills to build these HDB flats! I deserved a spanking for being so complacent

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    modern cities that Yap feels very strongly about. Trees were one of Yap’s most vivid memory and they helped him remember Bukit Timah. But now that they are gone, the feeling of being sheltered and protected is slowly faded. The raindrops that use to be shield from Yap are now exposed. These remembrances are further supported with the adjective, ‘unfamiliar’. The old bukit timah is gone along with all the precious childhood memories. Allowing readers to reflect on how big the changes are, Yap brought

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    doc/J11May-p64SingaporeStatistics.pdf One Motoring. n.d. Singapore Morning Commute: Suburbs to City. Clementi, Bukit Timah the worst places to drive to work in the mornings. Retrieved from http://www. onemotoring.com.sg/publish/onemotoring/en/motoring_buzz/Motoring_News/Best_a nd_worst_travel_times_in_Singapore.html One Motoring. n.d. Singapore Evening Commute: City to Suburbs. Clementi, Bukit Timah the worst places to drive to work in the mornings. Retrieved from http://www. onemotoring.com.sg/publ

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    SUSTAINABILITY ‘The earth provides enough for everyman’s needs but not for everyman’s greed.’ M K Gandhi The linkage between environment and development was first made in 1980, when the World Conservation Strategy coined the term ‘Sustainable development.’ The 1987 report of the Brundtland Commission — formally gave the definition of sustainable development as: ‘The development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their own needs

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    INTRODUCTION In the lines of work where serious injuries are everyday threats and employees are exposed to hazardous environment, companies are taking precaution measures in order to make sure that their employees are protected from harms and injuries. These lines of work include workers in the oil field, offshore, mining location and construction site. The best safeguard for the workers are by wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) depending on the requirement. Personal protective equipment

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    Trade in Singapore

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    islands it is more urbanized. It has an area of 7232 square kilometers. Most of its land was reclaimed from its sea, hills and the neighboring areas. It is 15 meters above sea level on most parts of its territory and 165 meters above the sea level on Bukit Timah region that comprises of igneous rocks and granite (Bowen, 1993). Despite the absence of any natural lake, the country has good supply of water from its constructed reservoirs. Development is a dynamic process that needs fundamental transformation

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    Threats

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    long-timed rivals at the cybercafe nearby. It is a hard-earned achievement for Anthony Tan, previous top-scorer in his lowly unheard Primary School; he has intentions of converting from his library-dwelling old self, to the sporty, sociable stud of Bukit Timah Secondary School. The ‘stud’ packed his school bag. His eyes felt dry. “Darn. I have been wearing these contact lenses since six this morning,” he thought, rubbing his left eye with the back of his hand. All he wanted to do was to shoot his way

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    Studying Singapore

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    governed in the same way as a chief executive might control a major corporation. Indeed many people refer to Singapore as a city-state. Singapore has an undramatic scenery, with lowlands and a gently undulating central plateau. The highest point is Bukit Timah at only 175m. Only 10% of the land can be described as arable, and even then soils are not good. However intensive and modern agricultural techniques have made the most out of this restricted resource, creating highly productive farms of both

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