A census conducted in revealed that a large number of highly educated women were still unmarried, despite being above 40 years of age. It was only in that the then SDU decided on a major change in approach: Many revisions have since been made to the various membership schemes, including an annual membership fee. There was giggling and banter among the students, but that was all part of the course material as their teacher, Suki Tong, led them into the basics of dating, falling in love and staying together. I have to see myself as a matchmaker.
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Married women were caught trying to sneak into that group, so the new Social Promotion Section will check up on applicants.
The government created the first of its matchmaking bureaus after Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew said in that Singapore might be doomed by a deteriorating talent pool because too many educated women remain single and childless. So in January, it announced that it would merge its agencies: It might sound counter-intuitive to make Singapore single-friendly when all the government really cares about is that singles combine to become family-units ASAP. In mid2, university undergraduates and polytechnic students were polled in an SDU survey on undergraduates' attitudes towards social interaction, dating and marriage.