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Whether the evils of a local slang "Singlish" or the need to flush toilets after use, no social issue is too big or too small for government intervention.

"People actually think that the state knows best,'' says David Jones, a Southeast Asia expert at the University of Tasmania in Australia.

According to the government, alarm over a low birthrate prompted the creation of the SDU in 1984.

But to many Singaporeans, the SDU's focus on "educated" singles is nothing short of social engineering: an effort to preserve the current racial balance between the city's Chinese majority and the Malays, who tend to be less educated.

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This compares to 2.06 children per woman in the United States and 1.91 in the U. According to the World Factbook, an average two children per woman is needed to maintain a population at its current level.

Asia's young population, once the envy of the Western world is growing old — fast — with both fertility and birth rates in some countries at all-time lows threatening to strip the region of its competitive edge.

According to the CIA World Factbook, Asia's most developed economies such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea were among the top six countries with the lowest fertility rates in the world this year.

"The work-life balance is something that would be a deterrent." Ang is one of many young people across Asia whose decision to put off having children is worrying their governments.

From Taiwan to Singapore, authorities are stepping in to organize speed dating and other matchmaking events in a desperate attempt to stem falling birth rates.