Globalisation in Developed Countries – Singapore

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TABLE OF CONTENT Article outline…………………………….2 Brief history of Singapore……………………..3 Problems identification……………………….3 Discussion and analysis of the article………………5 Conclusion………………………………9 References………………………………10 “The people now raise their voice in Singapore: Are impacts of nowadays globalization actually good in developed countries?” Article outline initpintu.jpg What happened to this peace and beautiful country? Obviously it seems so nervous and trenchant… On 1st September 2000, Singapore created a place, named Speakers’ Corner where citizens could say whatever they wanted to share legally in Hong Lim Park, whereas near the city center. The Speakers’ Corner immediately became the hottest spot with some acrimonious demonstrations about Immigration, which was silently occurred 48 years ago. The original Singaporeans felt hurt and angry, they claimed that the attendance of foreigners and super rich class in Singapore made them lose jobs, homeless, get low wages, feel like leaving behind and especially pull original population rate down too low.

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They strongly protested Singaporean Government’s policy – the ruling People Action’s Party (PAP) on the Internet. Goh Chok Tong, the second Prime Minister, called the situation as a Singapore “midlife crisis”. This could be explained for the vigorous change in new generation of opposition politicians in last 2011. About Government, PAP was formed in 1954 and successfully led by Lee Kuan Dew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore. He had focused on modernization process and eventually developed “Government-knows-best” strategy for the country which was believed as “Asian Values”. Singapore had reputation about Government’s gorgeous performance. Therefore Singaporeans did obey these arrangements; but nowadays they do not agree anymore. Urbanization has taken away too many historical values! For instance, Bukit Brown – one of historical cemetery, was going to be destroyed and this has faced with strong outcry. And that is the reason why the proportion of party vote for PAP was just 60%, worst and lowest in history. Nevertheless, the Government has realized their disadvantages and old-fashioned orientation of “Government-knows-best”. They are trying their best to improve the living standard as well as solve bad feelings for Singaporeans soon. Brief history of Singapore Singapore is the smallest country in Southeast Asia which located south of the Malay Peninsula. The population has approximately 5.3 million with 40% of foreigners. Officially being independence in 1965, Singapore faced many challenges such as poor natural resources, dispersed social, unemployment, lack of housing, unstable politics and shaky economy. Based on these difficulties, the Government has created some policies to attract foreign investment and also implemented industrialization/ modernization. In addition, Singapore has become a trading station since 1819, which increasingly developed and attracted migration from various races. With support of the United State of America and allies, from 1959 to 1990, Prime Minister Lee Kuan Dew dominated unemployment and inflation rate; strengthened living standard; and carried on large scale of public housing program.

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