Materialism in Singapore
Wed, Apr 28, 2010

By Neil Ang, Multimedia Journalist

FLASHY cars, designer clothes and expensive bling.

Singapore is a consumer driven society where shopping is jokingly referred to as a national pastime.

Everywhere we turn, we are assailed by a barrage of advertisements and shopping malls, encouraging us to spend money on items we may or may not need.

So are Singaporeans becoming more materialistic, or is it only women who are guilty?

Be surprised by some of the findings on RazorTV.





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