It's about time Singapore considered building a liquid fluoride thorium reactor as a safe source of nuclear energy. From the video, it would appear that thorium is safe as it cannot be weaponized, does not require high pressure containers and the risk of a meltdown does not exist. For a small island state like Singapore, this presents an attractive way of obtaining relatively clean abundant energy. I'm sure if we think hard enough we will be able to solve the other problems such as storage of waste products.
Perhaps the part of our syllabus on Nuclear Physics will need to be updated then.