At Yio Chu Kang stadium, I saw a family with 4 small children, possibly aged 5 to 12 years.
The parents appear to come from humble background. They spoke in Mandarin. The mother appears to be a homemaker.
How do they manage to survive in the high cost environment in Singapore? I can only make a guess.
They probably have simple needs. They take the family to jog round the stadium. It's free.
Maybe they do not need to spend money on private tuition. The children appears to be quite well behaved and are willing to go to the stadium with the parents.
Perhaps, they are showing that it is possible to have a different lifestyle in Singapore.
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