1. Business opportunities expansion - arts here, is simply not big enough to be sustainable (Artists, where the heck are you?)
2. Rock cthelimbing - we’ve got so many artificial routes and few natural ones
3. I can’t see the damned horizon, and such a place like this is so smchall, it limits you (physically) and mentally, by telling you that this is the world, everything else you see is a fairyland elsewhere
4. Lack of natural enviroments - we’ve got only..1? prime jungle? Or was it touched already?
i. On a personal level, people tend to be quite readable and classified into subcultures, that’s fine, if only the subcultures here had some depth and substance to them.
ii. It’s hard to find business partners, or people who are willing to take the plunge, who are of the same background.
iii. I was out yesterday, I’m not celebrating Hari Raya this year with my friends, however, I saw less locals out and about then foreign workers from all over the world. Crowding the trains. Ridiculous. And these fellows are not the educated ones who come here as professionals but the kind that flood the streets. Most have legit jobs but come on, it’s too much.
Finally, I loved my country, when it was a better place, now, I hardly do, apart from a few friends and some passions.