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Education Minister asks primary school kids, "What would you do for Singapore now?"




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Acting Minister for Education (Schools) Ng Chee Meng had a video-taped chit-chat session with some primary school kids from Meridian Primary School which he uploaded earlier today to his Facebook. Mr Ng said that the kids candidly shared with him “their joys, fears and challenges, from exams stress to being smelly.”
The Minister asked the not to over-stress themselves, but also asked them “what will you do to help Singapore”.

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