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  2. Moe anthropomorphism - Wikipedia

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    Moe anthropomorphism (Japanese: 萌え擬人化, Hepburn: moe gijinka) is a form of anthropomorphism in anime and manga where moe qualities are given to non-human beings (such as animals, plants, supernatural entities and fantastical creatures), objects, concepts, or phenomena.

  3. List of stadiums in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Stadium Location Capacity Year built Year demolished Former National Stadium: Kallang: 55,000: 1973: 2011 Jurong Stadium: Jurong West: 6,000: 1973: 2020 Old Tampines ...

  4. Secondary education in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    The Ministry of Education language centre. Secondary education in Singapore is largely public , and is compulsory until a child has reached 16 years of age. [1] At the end of public primary education , Singapore students take the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) and are placed into the different streams and secondary schools based on ...

  5. Singapore Institute of Management - Wikipedia

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    SIM University (UniSIM) was a publicly funded, private university in Singapore approved by the Ministry of Education. Its enrolment was close to 10,000 students. In 2017, UniSIM was restructured into the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) and became Singapore's sixth autonomous university under the ambit of the Ministry of Education ...

  6. Languages of Singapore - Wikipedia

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    According to the 2000 population census, Mandarin and other varieties of Chinese are the most common languages spoken at home. They are used by 51% of the population. The table below shows the change in distribution of Mandarin and other Chinese varieties, as well as English, as home languages of the resident Chinese population of Singapore in 1990, 2000 and 2010.

  7. Inori Aizawa - Wikipedia

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    Inori Aizawa (Japanese: 相沢いのり, Chinese: 藍澤祈), also known as Internet Explorer-tan, is a moe anthropomorphism mascot character, originally of the Internet Explorer (IE) web browser and currently of its successor, Microsoft Edge, created by Microsoft Singapore and designed by Collateral Damage Studios.