Strict laws in Singapore
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Strict laws in Singapore

by Daniel
(Chofu, Tokyo, Japan)

Singapore

Singapore

20 years ago, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South Korea were called the Four Asian Tigers, because these four countries presented a powerful economic force. Especially, Singapore is No. 1 in these four countries. It think the reason that Singapore succeeded is it has strict laws.

In Singapore, if you do something that laws do not allow, you will be punished. Even if it is a small thing, like eating chewing gun or leaving trash on the street.

Just having strict laws is not enough, so I very much appreciate the ability to execute laws in Singapore. They will not let anyone do something illegal.

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