7 edition of Understanding Singaporeans found in the catalog.
August 15, 2004 by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ah Keng Kau (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||247|
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by Epigram Books (0) of four illustrated books of questions and answers specially curated by the Epigram Books editorial team to promote understanding of Singapore’s different races and their customs.
Book Thief: Incl by Zusak, Markus; S$ Online Price S$ KPC. Abstract: The following sections are included: Introduction “Successful Aging” and the Elderly in Singapore. Research Methodology. The sample for semi-structured interviews. The Battle of Singapore, the Massacre of Chinese and Understanding of the Issue in Postwar Japan.
Hayashi Hirofumi. Shortly after British forces surrendered in Singapore on 15 Februarythe Japanese military began operation Kakyou Shukusei [a] or Dai Kenshou [b], known in the Chinese community of Singapore as the Sook Ching ("Purge") [c], in which many local Chinese were. Book Description. As Singapore continues to grow as a nation, the happiness and wellbeing of Singaporeans and what matters to them also change.
This book conceptualizes and measures the cognitive and affective aspects of subjective wellbeing from multiple perspectives and relates these to important factors such as values, trust, democratic rights, views about politics and the role of the.
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The Understanding Singaporeans book series is published by Epigram Books and aims to address any questions that kids may have regarding the four races in Singapore. A lot of thought was put into the titles of each book in order to better relate to the types of questions that kids may ask and to depict an accurate representation of each race.
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In recent days, about 40 new cases are being confirmed daily, leading to perceptions that the situation is spiralling out of control. On Facebook, some have argued that we should ban overseas Singaporeans from coming back.
According to these people, it was the students’ fault for not taking due precaution and flying back earlier. In 26 conversations with 26 naysayers, this book is aimed at reflecting the spectrum of naysaying in Singapore's civil society.
Each person is interviewed against the backdrop of his or her bookcase, putting front and centre a life of ideas and is a book club for curious minds. Congruent with Singaporeans’ penchant for academic examinations, there is also a ‘Singlish Air-Level Test’ toward the end of the book, where readers might test their own proficiency and understanding of the words that have been previously explained.
Shivaji Das, who has organised this month’s two-day Global Migrant Festival, hopes Singaporeans will come away from the event with a deeper understanding of. Singapore's free trade agreements (FTAs) have helped more Singaporeans get employed in higher-skilled jobs.
The number of higher-skilled jobs for Singaporeans grew bysince Ceca was signed in The proportion of Singaporeans in such jobs has also gone up from 50 per cent to per cent. Highly readable book with handy summaries on every alternate page (first time seeing such a format, trust Singaporeans to find a way to make reading a book more efficiently.
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