Every street photograph has a story to tell (Singapore series)
Photograph taken at Clarke Quay, Singapore, a popular place for night life.
It hurts to observe them browsing through the trash, taking vitamins from the half-drank processed fruit juice, grabbing carbohydrates from the half-eaten packets of potato chips.
Gap between the poor and rich is definitely not as prominent in Singapore comparing to other places in the world. However how many people who went there for clubbing and drinking actually pay attentions to these people earning a living by collecting and recycling aluminum cans and glass bottles?
There are 3 ways to look at it:
1) Some people are either not competent enough, or gamble their life away and deserves what they live in.
2) Some people are victims of the result of Singapore’s focus on economy, business and banking.
3) Some people have no choice due to the unforeseen circumstances that cannot be avoided.