Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Phase 2: De-Coding The Little Red Dot

" Food Production "

Singapore’s agriculture sector has shown significant changes on the business front in the last century. As the rate of population increased rapidly, the number of farms on the other hand decreased. At the beginning of the 20th century, farming has nearly been phased-out. The country has reduced its agricultural land to only 1% of its total territory. The intensive argrotechnology park are therefore established to maxmise the output from Singapore’s limited agriculture land.

Besides, their food supply are mainly imported from the nearby countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia. The huge foodstuff demand make Singapore highly dependent on its supplying conuties. Since, the trasportation and the processing condition improved, the further countries like China and USA can export their food to Singapore very easily.

According to the development of technology, it would be interesting to think about the very near future that maybe the country can bring back their own resources.