BY CHEE YING QUAN
The ubiquitous sandy dragon playgrounds that used to dot the landscape of Singaporehave made way for plastic towers on carpeted grounds, a sign of the sheltered lives Singapore’s children lead.
OUR JUDGES SAY:
"Though not as strongly composed, the juxtaposition of both playgrounds show both the old and the new talking about change in our places of leisure." — ZAKARIA ZAINAL