Striking the right balance

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  • Sunday, 23 Dec 2012

LAST week, Singapore’s agency in charge of getting singles to date and marry sparked off a storm of protests when it launched “love vouchers”.

Some singles took offence at the thought that their family and friends would see it fit to buy them a chance at love – rather than trust them to win mates based on their personal qualities and merit.

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