Abc Explore Singapore

Author: Michelle Lowbeer
Editor: Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Limited
ISBN: 9789814779463
Size: 10,56 MB
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�Features 30 beautiful and engaging illustrations�Provides an introduction to interesting places and activities in Singapore�A handy gift for both locals and visitors�Includes unusual places such as the Dragon Kiln and the Yueh Hai Ching Temple

Singapore

Author: Alicia Z. Klepeis
Editor: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 1502643545
Size: 16,45 MB
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Described as both a concrete jungle and the Garden City, this book offers an interesting introduction to the tiny Southeast Asian nation of Singapore. With colorful photographs, fun facts, and engaging sidebars, young readers will explore this dynamic nation's government, language, economy, and more. Other interesting topics include popular foods, sports, holidays, and the arts. This book will give kids the opportunity to understand what it's like living in Singapore today, and it is sure to spark their curiosity about the world and its many cultures.

What A Mix Up

Author: Atiqah Halim
Editor: Epigram Books
ISBN: 981170094X
Size: 10,24 MB
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With a heavy heart, Rubiah leaves her home in a village near Semarang to become a domestic helper in Singapore, vowing to send money back to her family. As she takes cooking and English-language lessons, she is nervous about her new role. In Singapore, she starts working for the Tans, but disaster strikes in the kitchen when she is asked to make carrot cake. This is the first title in the three-book series called Rubiah from Semarang which aims to shed light on the journey of helpers and open the eyes of young Singaporeans who interact daily with them.

What A Scare

Author: Atiqah Halim
Editor: Epigram Books
ISBN: 9811700958
Size: 20,34 MB
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The second book of the Rubiah from Semarang series focuses on overcoming fears and cultural exchange. One night Jeremy mistakes Rubiah for a ghost while she has her pre-dawn meal for Ramadan. While reassuring Jeremy, Rubiah reveals that she keeps hearing odd noises in the house; turns out they both have overactive imaginations and get scared easily. The next day Rubiah and Jeremy investigate the odd noise, and Rubiah relies on her secret mind-reading skills to get out of another dilemma.

I Am Important

Author: Michelle Lowbeer
Editor:
ISBN: 9780994428806
Size: 14,27 MB
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Meet Katie, who thinks she's not important, because her parents are often busy and distracted. That is, until Katie meets Hairy Thought-Buster - a Superhero for young minds - who busts her negative thought (before it becomes a negative belief) and tells her the truth of her being: that she really is important. And now Katie has an important job to do...

Singapore S Park System Master Planning

Author: Raffaella Sini
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811367469
Size: 15,38 MB
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This book traces the evolution of Singapore’s parks system, from colonial to present times. Further, it contextualizes the design and planning of parks in the general discourse on western and eastern traditions: early twentieth century western conceptions ‘imported’ during colonialism; modernism; postmodernism, and the contemporary ecological debate. Park system planning products respond to national policies and result in structural urban elements and a range of park types. Global (western ideology) and local issues have influenced park system planning and the physical design of individual parks over time. However, in Singapore the eastern literature has not addressed the development of parks and urban green spaces in terms of historical perspective. The publication reveals the interrelations between visual representations and changing political ideologies. Singapore’s system of public parks is shown to represent an iconography created by the state. Its set of constructed narratives elucidates on the potential social, cultural and environmental roles of public parks. However, Singapore’s park system presents a novel paradigm for expanding Asian cities, characterized by evolving urban imaging strategies. In framing Singapore’s case study within the broader perspective of eastern applications of western planning and design practices, and constructions of nation in post-colonial countries, the manuscript establishes the contribution of the Singaporean model of design and planning of parks to the international debate.

The Abc S Of Microsoft Internet Explorer 3

Author: John Ross
Editor: Sybex Incorporated
ISBN:
Size: 19,70 MB
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Aimed at the consumer who is familiar with Windows 95 but not with Internet Explorer, this book focuses on providing clear and concise instructions for maximizing the readers time on the Net. It offers an alternative to the "person in the next cube" who might otherwise be consulted for help.

Government Policy And Critical Success Factors Of Small Businesses In Singapore

Author: Harold Siow Song Teng
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443833940
Size: 14,47 MB
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One of the main economic players responsible for Singapore’s economic success is its small and medium-sized enterprises or SMEs. Their overall success has helped propel the country and its people forward. From economic policies to politics, Singapore is a planned and regulated economy. Singapore’s economic success story is actually the result of a form of capitalism carefully calibrated and controlled by the government. An important element or aspect of good critical success factors (CSFs) emerges from the role being played by the government. The existence of good government or public policies that are pro-business is vital for the success of firms. Despite the fact that government policies and CSFs are widely studied in areas around the world including in Singapore, there is no comprehensive prediction model available to test if firms have potential to be successful or are more prone to failures. Much research investigates the non-financial factors contributing to success versus failure of small firms, but empirical tests of the predictability of these factors are less common. This book, which is primarily quantitative/ positivist in nature will attempt to fill this gap.