Wednesday, 10 December 2003 


Well over 80% of Singapore's population live in government subsidised Housing Development Board (HDB) flats. This is cost-effective, high-density living for a tiny island with consistently rising property values. The towering candy box sameness of the HDB flats make the Singaporean landscape distinct from the rest of Southeast Aisa. And while the population may be happy to be out of the swamp and living in the sky, there is plenty more opportunity to get to know

The Neighbours
chapter one



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