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Studying at airport 'unique'
Mon, Nov 09, 2009
The Straits Times

By Leow Si Wan

SOME people view them with contempt, others as eyesores cluttering the way, but tourists here seem unbothered by the sight of students studying at Changi Airport.

In fact, a number of travellers said they find these students a distinctive trademark at the airport.

Last month, a reader wrote to The Straits Times Forum page expressing annoyance at how every restaurant and cafe she went to 'was teeming with secondary and tertiary students studying for their examinations'. She said these students may not be good for the airport's image.

 

 

 

 


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