Strict rules in Singapore
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Strict rules in Singapore

by Reo Togashi

When I stayed in Singapore, I was surprised that the trains were very clean. I wondered why they were so clean. Then I found a notice inside the train. It said that if you smoke here, you have to pay $1000 and if you eat or drink something here, you need to pay $500. It’s so strict for me.

However, I hope Japan incorporates those rules in order to keep our public spaces clean.

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