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by Wiebke (Wiwi)
(Bremen, Germany)

I was in the RoboCup team of my university. A few years ago the RoboCup world cup took place in Singapore. Of course, our team participated in this tournament, but unfortunately? I could not join the trip to Singapore.

But nevertheless, when my teammates were preparing for the trip, they also checked for special laws in Singapore and how do you have to behave there. The laws there are really strict, for example, you can get a high fine for throwing garbage on the street.

For other crimes, you also can get a flogging punishment or even a death penalty, which is not allowed in my country.

Beside the laws, the people are very conservative, so some webpages recommend men with long hair to tie it.

Oh and by the way, we won the tournament, even without me. :p

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