There have been many children's books written about Singapore and this would not be the last for sure.
However what caught our eye about this very interesting book, when we were flying on Singapore Airlines recently, was that it was actually featured in Silver Kris (the airline's in-flight magazine). What piqued our curoisity further was that, we could not buy the book on board the plane and could only get it at certain major book stores. This began our hunt to find the author behind this book and his motivations for writing - Lost in Singapore.
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The title of this article isn't meant to be a click-bait but it sure is as controversial as it sounds. There's a rising push for equality and acceptance all round with even MOE jumping on the bandwagon to abolish ranking in schools in the hopes that the public would view every child and education institute as equal.