Singapore is usually considered “the Switzerland of Asia” - and is seen as modern, rich, and financially powerful. But Caleb Ming, who specializes in architecture, decoration, and advertising is interested in the subject of open spaces in Singapore. He was affected by the issue himself when he was forced to move out of an apartment where he lived for nine years because his house was sold to a developer who later built a high rise building in its place instead.
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