Will Singaporeever escape from the misconception that it is a part of China?
Seems like that day will not come so soon,especially after seeing this police report.
Singaporean Muhammad Khalid reported to the police on 9 Mayin Amsterdamthat his phone was stolen.
A photo of the police report was posted byhis brother on Reddit on Thursday, and it has since attracted more than 8,000views and close to 100 comments.
In the report, Khalid’s birthplace isstated as “Singapore in China”and his nationality as “Chinese”.
Keep in mind that he is a Malay and that hehad already informed the officer of his ethnicity.
[url=]Pangsapuri[/url] • 1 minute 50 seconds ago ReportAbuse
All European countries citizen believe thatSingaporean are all Chinese, Malays and other races of Singaporean not countedas Singaporean even though they bread and buttered in Singapore since theirbirth. Specially Malaysian Chinese and Indian does not accept Malays in Singaporeas Singaporean. Malaysian Chinese feel shame to say that they borne in Malaysiaand Malaysian Indian has a deep hatred against Malays. I was shocked to hearthat Malays and other races are treated as 2nd Class Citizen in Singapore. Whosaid Singaporedoes not have Racial Discrimination ? Singapore has highest RacialDiscrimination specially in Non-Governmental Sector where the discriminatoryact taken place openly on the job interview and recruiting new staffs. Onlything no one dare to talk or expose it as he or she will suffer forever if heor she expose the truth of Racial Discrimination existed in Singapore.
If you call in any call center hot linecustomer service you will find mostly Pilipino American Accent English customerservice representative whom speaks English emitting American accent where theEnglish spoken by the Pilipino staff hard to understand. Most Singaporeans arejobless and old aged cleaning tables and clearing dishes in hawker center.
There are few hundred thousand Dutch nationals living in Singapore and they too believe Singapore is a part of China andChinese are real Singaporean. Malays and other races are counted as Non-Singaporean by them. Thanks to LKY dream to build Singapore as 90% Chinese and 10%other races which include Malays and Indian. In the name of the nation to pullfrom 3rd World to 1st World economy the Chinese population has increased bymaking and having easier access and better privileges for Chinese Race inSingapore. In the 1st World economy Malays will be driven out as they do notdream and strive to go up the ladder rather they destroy each other as we haveseen in the past decades. So the bottom line is that Dutch Police report is100% correct and the Nationality of Muhammad Khalid put as Chinese also correctby Dutch Police. Malay heritage and language is dimming off and most governmententity has removed Malay language and also we observe Singapore National Anthemin Malay, a serious effort to change the National Anthem to other language wasbeing observed and this being proved that Malays will face dark days ahead in Singapore.The blame should not be put on Chinese as Malays should be blamed for this asMalays has no money power and they do not wish to dream higher and driveLamborghini and think like Chinese rather they choose to fight each other andbe contended for small income.
[url=]Kevin[/url] • 13 hours ago ReportAbuse
Years back in 2002 when I was making aninquiry about graduate school in WesternMichigan University,the university administration sent me the package for application, but when Ilooked at the address on the front of the envelope, it was written at the lastline as P.R.C (People's Republic of China). I thought that it was arandom case, but it appeared that Americans (and sometimes Canadians too) makethis mistake very commonly. At a conference in UC Berkeley, the professor saidthis on knowing that I was from Singapore,"It must be a long flight all the way FROM SHANGHAI!" Wait....timefor some laughter (which I stifled...)....and then, when I really enteredgraduate school in Canada,some of the Canadians I knew asked me when I was back from summer holidays,"How's Shanghai?"I just said, "I am not Chinese by the way, and have never been in China before, and Singaporeis not in China."That seriously confused them. I suspect that to most North Americans, Asia onlycomprises of India, China, and Korea, and they mostly cannot even tell thedifference between North and South Korea, because they always ask every Koreanthey meet whether they are from the North or South LOL!