"Singapore is an aging nation and our young assets are precious. Youths today faces influences from new areas like terrorism along with traditional problems such as secret societies, lack of direction in life which leads to a range of problems such as alcoholism, gaming addiction and anti-social behaviour. Incidents such as Amos Yee, ISA detention of Singaporean youths after being self-radicalised have proved to us that more has to be done. Despite current programmes, in 2013, over 4000 youths were arrested while close to 1000 fresh cases were placed on probation. To put that in perspective, an average secondary school have about 10 classes with 40 students each."