Copied from CNA forum.
The article featured Denyse Tessensohn. "My name is Denyse Tessensohn, almost retired and 60 years old. I graduated in Law from the National University of Singapore with an Ll.B. (Hons), and practised law for eight years. I have a Masters in Applied Linguistics (NIE) and another Masters in History (NUS).... ... ..."
Here's the link http://www.puterim.com/joomla/index....d=43&Itemid=68
Her blog http://www.puterim.com/joomla/
The other 2 being interviewed are:
1) Australian writer Kaz Augustin.
2) Singapore Technology consultant Wuqi.
They are all middle to high income earners, not road sweepers nor the equivalent.
Below is a doctor who is interested after reading the article. "Hi Wuqi, my interest in living in JB and working in Singapore was really piqued after reading the article on the Straits Times yesterday. Is the price of units too high now to enter the market in HH or East Ledang now? I am a doctor working and living in Singapore now. Really looking into crossing the strait to live across the border. Thanks." Here's the link and his/her nick is gforker http://www.sammyboy.com/showthread.p...-in-JB/page149
Why is it that these people are mostly high income elites like doctors, lawyers, engineers, businessmen and expats? I guess it's because they are well travelled, whether for studies, work or leisure, and have seen the world.