Yong died in a motorcycle crash, This makes it more realistic as in real life people die
Wing feels like how a real boy would feel in the same situation, This shows that it is realistic he reacts as real people would react
Wing goes through all the crucial and important stages in a singaporean boys life, NS , schooling and many different friendships or relationships
this makes you think he is a flat character and in real life everyone is a round character
Wing is the only character shown to have alot of feelings , the others are not really very emotive
Does not try to follow the crowd, full of emotions
Realistic, One of the realistic things is that every boy goes through his search for identity.
The life of a Singaporean is portrayed accurately in Heartland. It is realistic as Wing has to go through all the stages that a Singaporean boy to face. Example, going for NS at the age of 18 years old.
The character Wing is portrayed as a real Singaporean so the readers are able to relate to him which makes it realistic.
Wing enrols for NS after he reaches the age of 18 and follows the regular stage of life every Singaporean boy has to face.