Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Similarities of Singapore (2030) and Haiti


Haiti is a beautiful country, and Port-au-Prince is nice, and perhaps in 2030, Singapore will feel very much like Port-au-Prince.


I am not talking about the difference, which there are many, but lets look at the similarities.

Does Singapore want to be like Haiti 2013 during 2030



Haiti (Port-au-Prince)
Singapore (2030)
Many Third World People with no sense of personal space
Many Third World People with no sense of personal space
People working long hours with depressed wages
People working long hours with depressed wages
Foreigners visiting the country as far higher buying power than the general public
Foreigners visiting the country as far higher buying power than the general public
Housing often cost more than 100 months worth of salary
Housing often cost more than 100 months worth of salary
Government not doing enough to support the general population
Government not doing enough to support the general population
Welfare in country is from Charities not government
Welfare in country is from Charities not government
Malaria is a big concern
Malaria is a big concern
Lesley Center is popular (To buy Toto)
Singapore Pools is popular (To Buy Toto)
People are constantly rushing around, and will take anything that is free, whether or not they will use it
People are constantly rushing around, and will take anything that is free, whether or not they will use it
A lot of small private universities setup running degree programs where many employers/government do not recognize qualifications even when certified by government
A lot of small private universities setup running degree programs where many employers/government do not recognize qualifications even when certified by government
Very packed on public transportation on peak hours
Very packed on public transportation on peak hours
People working jobs that add little value to society (Selling things they buy in bulk and breaking bulk on streets as middlemen)
People working jobs that add little value to society (Selling Tissue, little keychains, insurance, and being middlemen for corporations)
Trying to copy Silicon Valley in Entrepreneurship
Trying to copy Silicon Valley in Entrepreneurship
Many Casino Hotels
2 Casino Hotels (or more?)









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