Even when it’s a busy streak, and you really can’t afford to have anything else occupy the tiniest bit of your mind, little things dawn on you.
Like how there seem to be two classes of non-residents in Singapore:
Foreign workers – people from overseas who work to contribute to the economy
Expatriates – people from overseas who spend work to contribute to the economy
Non-residents who work at construction sites or as domestic helpers are called foreign workers. Any other non-tourist, non-resident is known as an expatriate. Why ah?
Surf stop: New Paper New Face 2005
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