Singapore PM hopes for Year of the Dragon baby boom:

New Straits Times, 22 Jan 2012 In his Lunar New Year message sent to the media, Lee — a father of four — said growing Singaporean families was an “important priority” and that more local born babies were needed to maintain Singapore’s national identity. “We do not want to rely more and more heavily on immigration, nor do we want to see our population shrinking year by year.” Full story Related: PM Lee encourages S’poreans to have more ‘Dragon babies’ this year - Yahoo! News Singapore

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