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A Place Where Miracles Happen

by Zhuoliang Zhang/Bruce
(Chofu City, Tokyo, Japan)

Singapore is an island state, which is located in the southeast of Asia. I have never been there before, and I know nobody in Singapore, either. Even though Singapore covers a quite small area, it has created many miracles.

Singapore is the fourth largest international financial center, ranking only after New York, London, and Hong Kong. What's more, it is a new developed country. In China, there is an expression "Small dragons in Asia," which refers to the four small countries and regions in Asia whose economies are quite developed. Singapore is among them.

Singapore is also famous for being a sanitary city, therefore it is called "the city of garden." This gives rise to the developed travelling industry in Singapore. In the travelling industry in China, Singapore, along with Malaysia and Thailand, consists a travel line called "Sin Ma Thai."

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