By preserving the famous historical places, Singapore over many years preserved the culture that until now is practiced by the different ethnic groups. It was never forgotten by the people and the historical pieces remained in the hearts and minds of different people living in
We have our own jargon; we have our own special traditions; we have a harmonious multicultural society. Nonetheless, Singapore can afford to do more to build a stronger sense of national identity. I believe that we can forge a stronger identity by committing ourselves into preserving Singapore’s rich heritage, so that future generations of Singapore would be reminded about our shared history. Schools can organise field trips to museums like the Asian Civilisation Museum and the Peranakan museum for students to learn more about Singapore’s history and the arduous process that Singapore went through for her to be who she is today. We can visit Fort Canning Park to see how the British took their last, futile stand against the Japanese.
Government’s measures to achieve the economic performance Since Singapore does not own any natural resources, government needs to invite investment and economy consumer to spend in Singapore from other country. As an example, Resort World Sentosa is one of the best attractive area for foreigners. RWS is one of the maijor factors for helping to grow GDP growth rate in Singapore. Government sets better job opportunities for Local consumers more than foreign workers. So that the economy of Singapore is
Is Ancient Singapore a Civilization? Singapore’s previous Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew once said, “First, to understand Singapore, you’ve got to start off with an improbable story.” The story starts with Ancient Singapore, during the 14th to 16th centuries. However, historians are still asking questions regarding this period in Singapore’s growth. One of the main questions is, “Is Ancient Singapore a Civilization?” This essay will prove that Ancient Singapore was definitely a civilization as all 7 aspects of a civilization are present. Ancient legends often conceal Singapore’s early history, but historians now know that Singapore contained cities, albeit being extremely small.
Introduction Singapore is widely regarded by the global community as a developed nation. As a city-state with no natural resources and humble beginnings as a small fishing village, it may seem nothing short of a miracle that Singapore is where it is today, as these circumstances have not stopped Singapore from achieving high economic growth, boasting one of the world’s highest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita. These accomplishments can be accounted to several key milestones in Singapore’s past that have influenced the country’s policy-making decisions, such as the introduction of free trade in Singapore, as well as principles of governance left from its colonial days under the British. Free Trade in Singapore One of the most important
Astonishment FINDING OF CHINATOWN • Singapore Chinatown has its special highlights. Being a multi-racial and multi-social society since its establishing, Singapore Chinatown is not the elite circle of the ethnic Chinese. • From its initial days, Indians and Muslims had lived close by the Chinese. • Indian Temples, Mosques, and holy places can be found close by Chinese Temples and Monasteries. • During major Chinese celebrations, the mosque and Indian Temples put out vast welcome pennants to send their all the best for the celebration.
Sometime result is unpredictable which will again bring to the level of strategic planning c. Incorporation of every bodies idea become difficult and few people will be still unhappy by results Government of Singapore should learn from Hong Kong’s public participation in planning policies on other hand it is also important to understand the extent of public participation on various stages will help or interrupt the process or decision making. Economic aspect With the aim to sustain a dynamic economy which can continuously create job and create various resources to invest in the city state the government restructure its economy to stay competitive in the Asian economy and global market. The land use plan 2030 project Singapore’s position as a high end manufacturing base and a global business and financial hub. To achieve its long term goals in economic front Singapore plan to site more commercial activities near home by building urban centres in various parts like Jurong lake District, One- North, Paya Lebar central, Tampines, Woodlands and Punggol. 1.
We begin this paper by questioning: What Culture is and how is it related to Heritage? Culture is people’s way of life. It is the characteristic of group of people defined by everything they possess such as language, religion, lifestyle, belief, attitude, food, rituals, customs, behavior, etc. Culture is a set of knowledge acquired overtime. Heritage, on the other hand, is the valued objects and qualities such as historic buildings and cultural traditions that have been passed own from previous generations.
Singapore was more famous after being opened by Raffles and became trade harbor since 1819; therefore traders were considered as the prominent actor here. (http://pascasarjana.umy.ac.id/index.php/en/jounal/) So we can conclude that Islam was spread in Singapore through Arab traders from the Middle
Families and friends then gather to enjoy a feast. 3. Food The best thing about Singapore is that you would never ever get bored with its food. With dozens of variety, anyone can indulge in the many flavorful meals present. These are some food that belong to the Malay culture.