You may not be able to read this, so I will type out what it says. It was attached to a souvenir keyring/bottle opener brought back from Singapore. Is it supposed to send a positive message to prospective visitors? You be the judge.
No smoking - fine $1000
No urinating in lifts - fine $500 (imo, this should be higher)
No feeding (birds) - fine $1000 (should have it here, especially pigeons and seagulls)
No eating or drinking in MRT (rail system) - fine $500 (definitely should be here too. I recall you weren't allowed to eat or drink on the buses in Singapore either)
No littering - fine $1000
Not flushing - fine $150
Possession of fire crackers - cane
Possession of drugs, +20g - death sentence
Vandalism - gaol and cane (what was the name of the lad from the US who vandalised cars? Michael something. Ah, Fay)
Singapore is a Multi Racial City. Various Chinese linguistic groups formed 75.2% of Singapore's residents, Malays 13.6%, Indians 8.8%, while Eurasians, Arabs and others formed 2.4%.