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Changi to Jurong: a dummy’s guide to arriving in Singapore

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The very first observation one takes in, when arriving at Changi Airport in a most-empty aeroplane, is the disappearance of blue skies and the sensation of tumbling down into the brownish haze of a tropical thunderstorm.

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ending up in Singapore is ending up where all ends meet. if you didn’t know who you were or where your life was heading, it’s here.

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Francis Laleman

Francis Laleman

a husband, father, painter, writer, educationist, workshop facilitator. author of “Resourceful Exformation” (a book on facilitation) available from Amazon.

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