This is Singapore


#123

Singapore tops the list of “safest country for solo travellers”, with Norway in 2nd place:
https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/solo-travel-safe-dangerous-destinations-wegoplaces-gallup-singapore-venezuela-a8751926.html
Not bad for my two “home countries”.:wink:


#124

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#125

I though you could claim two “home countries” as well?? (Even bilingualism)


#126

Why is Singapore so rich???
Here is one opinion on why:

Actually the short answer is very simple; stability, good governance and very low corruption.
Of course there are a lot of things that is behind these three main reasons, but that all follows from the above; Rule of Law, high standard in education, health care and social cohesion.
Other factors are; low crime and racial harmony.
None of this come by itself, nor was it inherited from the former colonial Master, Britain. (Except English Common Law and Westminster System of Government)


#127

If residencies in excess of one year qualify as home countries, I can claim 4 and a handful of others consisting of several months. In languages, quadrilinguist as well as cunnilinguist when the occasion presents itself.


#128

Maybe 49 years qualify?? At least I feel like Singapore is my second home country.
(Feels more like “home” than Norway actually)
Quadriliguist that is impressive!!! May I ask which four languages those are??


#129

See PM.