Mr Ting, a Muslim convert, has an Indonesian spouse and a Singaporean daughter, each dwelling in Jakarta. His daughter has simply began college, and Mr Ting stated she feels "snug" there.
Moreover, he prefers to concentrate on his work in Rwanda, noting that even household might be a "distraction" in a overseas land.
"The explanation why I had my spouse and daughter keep collectively is as a result of I’ve postings throughout, so let the daughter develop up with the mom," he stated, including that he visited them "fairly typically" when he was based mostly in Singapore.
Mr Ting plans to make use of his 60 days of amassed depart – COVID-19 prevented him from going dwelling – to see his household someday this 12 months and take a "well-deserved" break, together with a visit to Singapore to settle administrative points.
"I received't be right here eternally," he stated of his time in Rwanda. "It's a pleasing problem."
ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLES IN SINGAPORE?
Singapore can also be difficult itself to section out ICE autos by 2040 in a push to chop emissions. Whereas electrical vehicles may be gaining recognition within the nation, adoption of electrical bikes severely lags behind.
Land Transport Authority figures present that in 2021, solely 5 of Singapore's 141,594 bikes had been electrical.
Based on a public transport analyst, challenges to adoption embrace a scarcity of charging infrastructure and the excessive value of electrical bikes in comparison with their ICE counterparts.
“Whereas key producers have began producing electrical motorbikes, your entire electrical bike ecosystem nonetheless lags behind the electrical automobile market," Mr Satya Ramamurthy, world co-head of public transport at KPMG, beforehand instructed CNA.