19 Mar '11, 4am

20 Singaporeans in quake-hit Sendai: We're not leaving. #Singapore #prayforjapan

may be Japan is more like a home for tthese 20 singaporeans. At least their government can have some rules to control foreign entrance. Many countries do control on immigration permit and control. Singapore is the loser or I rather said disappointment to its people in this area. I understand that Singapore wanted to be First but ask yourselve, what do you have : smallest pc of land, a central location with threats from neigbouring countries, how long can you remain competitive - not long because you been emphasizing on foreign talent and forgotten your own people and their image to the world/globalisation for them will be difficult. How to manage all these issues, from all areas even the local army culture and standard, education and sport, speed - efficiency.. you have countless of efforts to invest.. advantage from foreign companies.. etc.. You really need to think of PA...

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