Tuesday 2 April 2013

Concern over Singapore's 'instant-noodle generation' By Ryan

Summary: Children in Singapore now are getting more spoiled one in every seven families has a foreign maid to help them do their stuff. They don’t make their own bed, iron their school uniform and many more. From a survey conducted by Straits Times the result shows that most are dependent on their maid. Even though they are spoiled there’s also another side of them which is they’re hardworking in school.
Opinion: The children are hardworking in school doesn’t mean they could be spoiled as a reward. Having the children too spoiled is not a good things as they won’t be independent and will always rely on others for support.

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