Question of the Week
This year, one of the most revered political figures in the world passed away. Lee Yuan Yew took a poor nation with no resources and made it an economic powerhouse. Today, Singapore is admired by nations and leaders everywhere. But his methods were strict and people could be fined or jailed for things like:
Not flushing public toilets
Selling chewing gum
Illegally peeing in elevators
Walking around their house naked
Graffiti, they would get caned
Are there things we could take away from Singapore's success or does our freedoms come even before things like flushing public toilets?
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