Sydney W. 7th Period
Slogan- Land of Beauty
Geography and Climate of Singapore
Population, people, and Culture of Singapore
There are also many different festivals in Singapore. Some of the festivals are Chinese New Year, the shopping festival, good Friday, Easter, Wesak day, Hari Raya Puasa, The lantern festival, Deepavali, and Hari Raya Haji.
Ethnic groups in Singapore
The ethnic groups in Singapore.
Singapore Population Growth
The growth of the population of Singapore .
Singapore shopping festival
A shopping festival in Singapore.
Here are some of the foods in Singapore.
Here is a Hindu temple in Singapore.
This is a picture of a Chinese dragon thing for a festival.
Top 10 Events Timeline of Singapore History
1. Aug. 7, 1965: gained independence from the british
2. Jan. 28, 1819: Singapore established a port
3. Aug. 1, 1826: Singapore became under british rule
4. Feb. 6, 1819: modern Singapore in born
5. Apr. 1, 1867: Singapore became a crown colony
6. Feb. 15, 1942: Singapore fell to the Japanese
7. May 30, 1959: Singapore had a general election
8. Sep. 16, 1963: Singapore and a few other countries merged to form Malaysia
9. Sep. 21, 1965: joined United Nations
10. Aug. 9, 1965: gained independence from Malaysia
When Singapore fell under British control
The battle when Singapore fell to the British.
Fall to the Japanese
When Singapore surrendered to the Japanese.
Forming the ASEAN
When Singapore joined other countries to form the ASEAN.
Government & Citizenship of Singapore
The parliament has many different positions. Some of these are, the president, prime minister, and 87 other elected members. Some of the things elected parliament people cannot vote on are: impeachment, an amendment to the constitution, and public funds. One interesting fact about the government is that the same party has been in control of the government for a long time.
this is a picture of the parliament building
Branches of government tree map
Branches of government
Here are the branches of government
The GDP of Singapore is $318.9 billion (US dollars). GDP growth is 5.8%. The GDP by sector is: farming 0%, industry 26.6%, and services 73.4%. Singapore not only imports and exports it also re-exports. Re-exports means to export something, check it, then send it off some place els. The unemployment rate in Singapore is 1.9%.
Economy Stock Chart
Singapores economy stock chart.
Singapores GDP growth chart from 2001 to 2007.
Singapore vs. Malaysia GDP Growth (U.S. million)
Singapore vs. Malaysia GDP growth
2. I think that Wells Fargo bank should come to Singapore because Singapore is one of the top income per person countries so people have a lot of money that they can put in the bank. I also think that Wells Fargo should go to Singapore because they are doing really well. And then they would be doing better.
3. I think that the Edward Jones Investment Company should go to Singapore because Singapore people have a lot of money that they can use to invest with. Also it would give the company some money. And it would help them do better in the stock market. And they need to do better.
4. I think that Redbox should go to Singapore because people that live there, like entertainment and Redbox rents movies to people. Then it would have more locations. Also they need money. And so that would help them make more money.
5. I think that Gamestop should go to Singapore for a few reasons. The number one reason is people have money to spend and they sell video games. Also I think that it would be good if Gamestop went to Singapore because they need money. Also they are not doing to well in the stock market and it could bring them up a little bit so that they would not be doing as bad.