Interviews

Set 1 – Vox Populi

Malaysians

Categorized by their means of transport.

Public transport – SBS and CW (includes walkers)

People who travel by car

People who travel by motorbike

Truck driver

Subject 1 – Working mum
Subject 2 – Working young adult
Subject 3 – Student

Questions

How long do you spend commuting from Malaysia to SG. And how often?

Why do you choose to take this mode of transport?

How do you feel about the commute?

What kinds of struggles do you face and what are they and why?

How many people like you do you think travel across the border daily

Why do you want to work in SG?

Why do you want to make this sacrifice?

Is it worth the effort?

Do you think this long commute takes a toil on your physical and mental health?

How do you feel about people who cut queue?

How much would you pay to cut your commute time?

Do you see yourself still working in Singapore in the next 5 years

Do you feel you matter to the Singaporean economy?

What did your parents work as?

Did they (or any of your relatives) also work in Singapore?

Before working in Singapore, how often did you come to Singapore?

 

Singaporeans

How many Malaysians do you think travel across the border daily for work or study?

How do you feel about Malaysians who commute daily from Malaysia to Singapore to work or study?

How long do you take to commute to work?

How much would you pay to cut your commute time?

How long do you think a Malaysian who commutes daily to SG spends?

Do you think their sacrifice is worth it?

Unique question

While showing photo of the worn out escalator landing ask how many people do you think it takes to wear off this?

Fill in the gap

Set 2 – Expert opinion

Representative from MASIS (http://www.masis.org.sg)

Farish A Noor

Find Us

Set 3 – In depth individual opinion

Verna Ling (https://www.facebook.com/verna.ling?fref=nf)

Employers of CBC

School pricipals or teachers of school with students who cross the border daily

Individual that sees coming to Singapore as a stepping stone to integration

Individual that sees coming to Singapore as a short term stint to earn as much money.

 

 

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