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Old 01-09-2016, 01:32 PM
 
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Do you mean actually mean GDP per capita? It is because China has a population of over a billion people; so when the total amount of GDP is divided by each Chinese resident in China, it drops a lot, even though China has more millionaires than any other Asia-Pacific country.

Take Singapore, as an example. For instance, the actual size of Singapore's economy, and the actual amount of trade and economic activity that goes through Singapore is actually a lot smaller than nearly all of the other South-east Asian countries, but because Singapore's population is also a lot smaller, the GDP per capita is also a lot smaller/
Depending on the economic measure, those end final results are identical rather similar.

Yeah, I already understand an exact formula discrepancy between average annual income for each nation per capita and the actual GDP. These relevant website sources are just extremely accurate, and tell much more of the story. There are lots of wealthy countries out there after all.

Next to List Of Countries And Dependencies Section 3: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...%29_per_capita

Even when China's GDP is much higher because of their nation geography coverage, that doesn't matter because Singaporeans on average have much more money according to per capita national income statistical demographic analyzing.
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Old 03-11-2016, 05:49 PM
 
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Narrowing down onto exact specifics rather than a vast window of thinking opportunity.

Focus on various main events of involving Architecture Buildings, Urban Landscape, Independent Business Stores, Malls, Technological Infrastructure, Varying Demographics, Entire Extent Of Modernizing, Quick Acceleration Of Wealth, Neighborhoods, Unique Statistics, Domestic Affairs, Foreign Global Relations, and Tourism. Dramatic Alterations, and Astronomical Revolutionizing Within One Decade To Three Decades Of Universal Existence.

Intuitive Knowledge and Actual Facts are illustrating Seoul South Korea, Taipei Taiwan, Bangkok Thailand, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Saigon Ho Chi Minh Vietnam, Hanoi Vietnam, Shanghai China, Shenzhen Guangzhou Pear River Megalopolis, Hong Kong, and Phnom Penh Cambodia all qualify with not resembling their past selves and extra rapid metamorphosis of aura. For countries, Vietnam, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia.

Let everyone collaborate on their own anecdotal stories, and what they have accumulated with their own awareness.
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Old 07-03-2016, 11:20 PM
 
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Spiritual revival to further express matters around all of mainland Asia. Basically, one question to ultimately Quantify is what top 5 regions of the entire identifiable area has dramatically altered to the highest power in the past one decade to 30 years interval. Then after the first logical reference, what about the in between middle ground type, and finally any regions of mainland Asia actually stagnating with staying rather the same in the exact association domain activity of ultimate entertaining posting.
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Old 07-04-2016, 12:09 AM
 
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Spiritual revival to further express matters around all of mainland Asia. Basically, one question to ultimately Quantify is what top 5 regions of the entire identifiable area has dramatically altered to the highest power in the past one decade to 30 years interval. Then after the first logical reference, what about the in between middle ground type, and finally any regions of mainland Asia actually stagnating with staying rather the same in the exact association domain activity of ultimate entertaining posting.
Most dramatic alteration in the last decade to 30 years:

1) Songdo, South korea
2) Macau
3) Shenzhen
4) Shanghai
5) Singapore

In between:
Kuala Lumpur
Manila
Jakarta
Bangkok
Ho Chin Minh
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Old 08-19-2017, 07:00 PM
 
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Most dramatic alteration in the last decade to 30 years:

1) Songdo, South korea
2) Macau
3) Shenzhen
4) Shanghai
5) Singapore

In between:
Kuala Lumpur
Manila
Jakarta
Bangkok
Ho Chin Minh
Way too close at the confines of Seoul to really count for the South Korean urban item. Is Macau already having that reputation for gambling or Portuguese colonial iconic glamour? Without any rivals for what is occurring with the background marvels at Shanghai or Shenzhen metamorphosing from village rugged dirt into the glistening vast sea of skyscrapers reaching 10 million citizens each that fast. When exactly Singapore is fully embracing the native currency opulence funds? Anyone else even knowing the Petronas Twin Towers exact year of grand opening? Manila experiencing severe deficiency of high rises just years before these ubiquitous colossal structures floating up. What is Bangkok Thailandís nightlife resembling at varying intervals between the past, present, and future. Saigon Vietnam developing their own World Class Independent Cafť atmosphere not even around that far out in vantage point of retro.
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Old 09-03-2017, 07:35 PM
 
Location: San Diego CA
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Sentosa Cove is an example of Singapore trying to move away from mass-manufacturing and trying to be a hub for everything (literally); logistics hub, aerospace hub, biomedical hub, tourism hub, oil and gas hub.

Sentosa island is the only place in Singapore where foreigners can freely own landed property. The idea is to turn sentosa into a place for the global 1%.



Yes and it's really expensive and in the millions to purchase. Sentosa is actually a made up name devised years ago by the government to promote the island as a tourist destination. It's original Malay name Blakan Mati or Island of Death probably wouldn't have inspired anyone to visit.
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