January 01, 2007
The Kentang said:
Singaporean Students will now be ranked according to their monetary value each month, to reflect their potential value to Singapore’s community at large. This will begin at a negative value, since a Singaporean at the Primary One level has taken in resources to be educated while potentially achieving little.
However, once the Singaporean has been streamed and categorised, the monetary value can increase exponentially. EM1 students, primed to go to top secondary schools, junior colleges, and exotic educational programs, are usually valued between SGD4000 - SGD8000 a month, depending on academic performance.
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July 22, 2005
Do we have ‘Asian values’ or don’t we? Finally we can put the debate to rest.
So where do you think Singaporeans stand, vis-a-vis other countries? I’ll be posting the answer when I have more time, but for now all readers are welcome to make a guess by leaving a comment.
Tomorrow.sg bloggers are invited to attempt to place Singapore on a map of world values.