SINGAPORE - Minister for Transport Lui Tuck Yew Friday launched Singapore's very first book on taxi drivers at this year's Singapore Book Fair.
Titled 'Taxi Tales in Singapore', the book took about one and a half years to produce.
Giving readers an insight into Singapore's taxi industry, the book includes cabbies' quirky experiences and findings from street polls and interviews with 100 taxi drivers and 30 passengers on taxi service in Singapore.
President of the National Taxi Association (NTA) Mr Wee Book Kim was also present at the launch, which was held at Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
He said that the book shows how taxi drivers go beyond the call of duty to provide extra services for their passengers, reported The Straits Times.