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The main character in the story is the taxi cab driver he was a born Singaporean whos been residing there since birth and been a taxi cab driver for almost twenty year hes one of your usual taxi cab driver that has many things to discuss In the story he spoke things about Singapore from his time to present time he said Singapore used to be simple and peaceful not much crowded with cars and buses and many changes took place but the main element that rises in the story is about prostitution which focuses on teenage prostitution he has seen teenage girl doing this he has become an instrument for the prostitutes to bring them to the place where they sell their body From time to time he learned how teenage girls fool their parents telling lie to their parents using school activities as alibi after school they go to cheap motels and change their clothes then going to mall and coffee shop where they meet Europeans and foreigners not knowing that in the end her daughter was one of them and he has been a victim of prostitution her daughter Lay Choo was a secondary character in the story in the she was the daughter of the taximen as described she was the youngest in the story and his favorite among his eight children because she was able to study in a University and a scholar she was one of the school girls that turned to be a prostitute which made an irony in the story that leads to a conflict and commotion that Lay Choo was beaten up by his father the taximen and was only allowed to go out with her mother In the story it is the taxi men who is dominates the story he is the main character and the one who narrates his story his story is all about teenage prostitutes which later in the
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