Tag Archives: Chinese

MY OBSERVATIONS ON CHINESE, INDIAN & MALAY WORKERS

The irony is, after having years of daily interactions with the malay workers, I found that most malays, at least among those thousands that i know of, have very high-aiming wants, but does not have the same level of drive to turn them into reality. Those in my companies keep brochures of Ducati motorcycles, they often discuss which one they will buy....or say which house(ruko) in which district they hope to move into in the future...but after years of working they are still in the same position, refusing to accept higher post that comes with more burden( and also much more pay ).

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Remembering the 1998 Indonesian Chinese Ethnic Cleansing

Time flies. I find it so difficut to let it go and I’m still thinking about my wife and mum every night who died in May 1998 during the Indonesia riots when more than 1500 Indonesia ethinic chinese were killed. They shared the same fate with many Indonesen chinese women who were gang raped and tortured to death by the rioters.

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Invest US$500K to become PR in China

China's green-card policy was launched in 2004 with the aim of attracting foreign experts and people with huge investments by giving them permanent residency. Some of the the current requirements state that foreigners have to be "elite talents" or should have invested at least $500,000 (£298,000) in China to be eligible for permanent residency, the Xinhua News agency says.

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Are you a loyal Singaporean?

fter 50 years of independence, political continuity and economic progress, we still do not have an official national identity, though, we have distinct characteristics that are uniquely Singaporean. But for Singapore to develop into a nation we need a shared belief or sentiment towards our country that binds us as one. We need loyalty. Do we have any professed loyalty to our country given that we are deeply divided by ethnicity? Or are our loyalty still entrenched in our ethnicity after 50 years?

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Chinese police to help patrol Paris streets

Chinese police will help patrol tourist destinations in Paris this summer after a rise in muggings and attacks on Chinese tourists, a source in France's interior ministry said Tuesday. More than one million Chinese visitors come to France every year and there have been concerns over a number of muggings and attacks against them. In March last year, a group of 23 Chinese visitors were robbed in a restaurant shortly after they landed at Paris's Charles De Gaulle airport.

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CHINESE PASSENGERS REFUSE TO DISEMBARK AFTER CRUISE LINER SKIPS ONE STOP IN VIETNAM

About 300 disgruntled cruise passengers refused to leave their ship at the end of a five-day trip yesterday, claiming the tour company was not offering adequate compensation for cancelling a visit to Vietnam's Ha Long Bay. Some 40 to 50 of the passengers remained on board the Costa Victoria in Tsim Sha Tsui until abut 10.30pm, delaying the journey of 2,000 passengers booked on a cruise to Malaysia which had been due to depart yesterday afternoon.

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TEACHER IN M’SIA MADE STUDENTS WEAR COW BELLS AND TOLD THEM TO EAT GRASS

Two Year Four pupils from SJKC Khai Meng are claiming that they were made to wear bells around their necks like cows by a teacher for not doing their homework. Their parents claimed that the teacher had also asked them to pull grass from the field and asked the boys to eat it on Thursday. When Tanjung Malim MP Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan spoke to the school’s headmistress to seek clarification over the issue, she admitted that the pupils were asked to wear the bells around the neck but they were not forced to eat grass.

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Malays have Special Parking Rights?

On the afternoon of 10 January 2014 between 1.15pm- 1.30pm, I parked my car at Geylang road between Lorong 30 to 32, and left my car to run some quick errands. When I returned, I received a summon ticket for parking along a double yellow line. I am aware that it is an offence to park along a double yellow line, and I accept that I will have to pay for the parking offence.

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