PINOY PRIDE TEE: I MAY LIVE IN SG BUT I WAS MADE IN PHILIPPINES

Dear A.S.S,

I came across this post on Facebook. A Filipina was wearing a tee shirt that says “I may live in Singapore but I was made in the Philippines”.

It seems like these tees are selling like hotcakes online.

It’s not just Singapore. Apparently, a website called Sunfrog has made a series of these tee-shirts with I may live in Austalia, USA, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand etc.

Isn’t this insensitive? Don’t they feel that they are being disrespectful to their host country?

At the same time, aren’t they telling the world that they have quit their homeland?

Lydia Lee
A.S.S Contributor

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