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Synonyms for Singapore

the capital of Singapore

an island to the south of the Malay Peninsula

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Release date- 03092019 - Eight in 10 young Singaporeans believe they will be the next Sandwich Generation.
The republic's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said since the two Singaporeans were reported missing on August 9, 2019, the Singapore Consulate-General in Johor Baru had been in close contact with the Malaysian authorities coordinating the search operations.
A survey by Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC) (SES:039) has indicated that most Singaporeans are not prepared for retirement and that their level of investment is poor.
Many of these are to the revulsion of Singaporeans.
Irfan's header in the 62nd minute doubled the lead for the Singaporeans, who sealed the win when substitute Ikhsan scored on the counterattack five minutes later.
Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean, who joined fellow Singaporeans at the gathering, said: We have a global footprint because of Singaporean companies and Singaporeans like you who have grown beyond our shores.
Some Singaporeans suggested that emigrants be made to return the educational and other subsidies they received from the country.
NDP 2018 has taken a fresh perspective on the song 'We Are Singapore', a declaration of unity by Singaporeans, written in 1987.
"In my opinion, yes, the young Singaporeans, even from 1983 till now, want to perform their Hajj.
'But of course, that means we can still try to improve that balance and try to get more Singaporeans to visit the Philippines.
"Already, roughly 200,000 Singaporeans travel to the Philippines every year as tourists, whereas, about 500,000 Filipinos come to Singapore.
In this book, Sun draws on the qualitative data collected in 165 personal interviews and 39 focus group discussions with 221 Singaporean citizens to unveil a wide range of reasons behind some Singaporeans' lackluster response to the government's pro-natalist policies.
The decision to stop pig farming is also intriguing because of the symbolic meaning of pork as an emblem of the Chinese cuisine and as the substance that sets Chinese Singaporeans apart from their Muslim neighbours in Malaysia and Indonesia, and from members of the Malay minority in Singapore.
The system aims to provide healthcare facilities to all Singaporeans, with wider coverage and life cover.
"For the increasing number of Singaporeans now working and residing overseas, celebrations tend to be on a smaller scale but they are no less colourful or lacking in patriotism," he said.