"Why Singapore Needs To Slow Down To Go Fast"
This article by Kenneth Goh highlights the morass the country is stuck in.
"If this frantic pace in Singaporean children’s lives persists and
becomes more pervasive, I am concerned that the nation will have a
workforce skilled at performing production work in the knowledge
economy, but will still lack visionaries, creative thinkers and
collaborators — the main drivers of a knowledge economy."
Its already happened. There is no space for creativity.
Most of the article speaks for itself. But at the end he adds in a line presumably to make his article more palatable for the social engineers running this society:
"To be clear, I am not advocating for reduced workloads, but for
reconfiguring the flow and allocation of work to protect these
transition periods that are vital to performing knowledge work."
The size of the workload is also symptomatic of the problem.
The high number of suicides for people 10-19 is a symptom of the insanity of the education system.
This is a dead country without space to live life. It is a model city for the globalists in keeping people confined to cities working themselves to death for crumbs.