Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Learning at the mall

When I was a teenager, we considered going to the mall a learning experience, but our objects of study were generally boys, junk food and clothes, in no particular order. Now malls in Southeast Asia seem to be taking over more and more everday functions of life, including education. Most of one floor of this mall in Singapore is given over to early childhood programs, foreign languge programs, tutoring programs, etc.

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