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Change alone is unchanging.

Is life just about money?
Are Singapore’s youth materialistic?

There’re two post written by people probably one or two years older than me.

Simply put, my seniors, money and the reason why marriage and birth rate is low?
Probably not marriage since many are marrying for HDB but the low birth rate is true which is why the PAP came up with the 6.9 millions?

What kind of society is Singapore having right now?

Many people asked me did I really lost my life savings because of fighting for the rights of fellow Singaporeans out there?
How much do you think a 21-year-old can possibly have?

If these money is in the hands of any other out there, would they have taken the same path as I did or what they have spent on branded stuffs, travelling or what?
How many are fortunate enough to study in local universities especially when they’ve evolved from under the ministry to statutory boards to corporatizing?;page=0;query=DocId%3A%2299a02d39-c66f-40ca-bc3c-0b510387e6f5%22%20Status%3Ainforce%20Depth%3A0;rec=0;page=0;query=DocId%3A61079560-5954-46f5-a92d-04f2855cac13%20%20Status%3Ainforce%20Depth%3A0;rec=0
Does anyone remember the economic crisis and what statutory boards did?
Does anyone remember the review in fees there after?
Does anyone notice any correlation between the number of local students and quality of students in our local universities?

I was shortlisted for a double degree in mathematics and physics but I know signing up for loans will means I’ll be in debt the moment I graduate and by the time I clear my loans I’ll have to start preparing to pay for down payment for flat.
These debts together with the constant increase in cost of living, will people around my age want to reproduce and increase the birth rate?

Now the part that comes in is:
Political apathy.
These very group of people will be the new voters come next election, and probably myself should Tanjong Pagar GRC be contested?
How many of them will realise the impacts of our current policies?
What kind of government advocates inequality and widening of income gaps?
Perhaps we should care for one another out there and think for the future of Singapore?
Will young Singaporeans who will be voting for the first time come next election understand that change is necessary should we want to move TOWARDS A BETTER SINGAPORE?