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NTU STUDENT THINKS BUYING NTUC MILK POWDER ARE FOR PEASANTS

All I can see in the Facebook comments are huge sigh of relief. I guess these poor people don't realise how this milk powder is going to make their babies less clever. Lol. Then these babies will produce the next generation of peasants. I don't care. So carry on.

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PRICE OF BABY MILK FORMULA INCREASED CLOSE TO 40% IN 4 YEARS

The price of formula milk in Singapore has increased by 20.7% to 39.3% over the last 4 years. According to data collected by Babyment.com about baby milk powder sold in Singapore early this month, there was a stark increase in price when compared against data collected in December 2012.

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FOREIGN EXPAT: DEAR SINGAPORE, I OWE YOU AN APOLOGY

So dear Singapore, I think I owe you an apology – for underestimating you, for judging you before I knew you, for typecasting you, for thinking of you as one-dimensional and not believing in you and all you have to offer. You have shown me that if only we open ourselves to new beginnings and new adventures, life has some unexpected and wonderful surprises in store for us. I didn’t want to move here initially and now I don’t feel like leaving. One thing I know for sure: I will never leave you Singapore; instead I will take a piece of you with me in my heart, no matter where I go in the world.

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Singaporean babies get milk powder subsidy aid depending on where they live?

he former states that “Low-income families with infants and toddlers who live in the Central Singapore District can tap a new fund to pay for milk powder. The Central Singapore Community Development Council (CDC) has set aside an initial sum of $100,000 for the Formula to Grow Fund. The cost of milk powder has risen over the years, the council noted. This has affected low-income families with young children, especially those who require special milk formula due to medical conditions.

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In Singapore, citizens don’t want babies — or foreign workers, either

In Singapore, the place where most people go to make the biggest decision in their lives — other than, arguably, their choice of a spouse — is the headquarters of the Housing Development Board. It's a get-a-room, one-stop shop: Browse the planned communities depicted in glass-enclosed models on the first floor, pick out your unit at the staged showrooms three floors up, and descend again to line up your financing and apply for a spot.

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