In a classroom at The Japanese School Singapore’s Changi campus, some children are sweeping the floor and the corridors outside, occasionally squatting to carefully brush small mounds of dust into hand-held dustpans.
Others are cleaning shelves or the blackboard, or putting back the desks that have been pushed to the sides of the room during the cleaning.
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