Sin Ming

CHICKENS CULLED AGAIN TO PREVENT "BIRD FLU", THIS TIME IN PASIR RIS

Following the culling of chickens in Sin Ming early this year, free-roaming chickens were put down again in Pasir Ris after feedback from residents. According to Senior Minister of State for National Development Desmond Lee, the chickens were culled to manage the risk of bird flu.

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KOH POH KOON SAYS 50 CHICKENS IN SIN MING MORE DANGEROUS THAN PIGEONS IN HAWKER CENTERS

Koh Poh Koon also said that the population of free-roaming chickens in Sin Ming had doubled to 50, and that studies have shown chickens are more susceptible to the bird flu virus, compared to other birds like pigeons. Is this just another lousy excuse? You culled the chickens already due to noise complaints in the first place, people became unhappy, and you had to come up with some other excuses. So naturally, bird flu is the excuse. Stop this nonsense now.

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DID AVA KILL RED JUNGLEFOWL INSTEAD OF WILD CHICKENS?

AVA flipflops and now twists their words, adding more reasons why the Sin Ming chickens have to be killed. This approach of making a one-sided decision, then finding excuses to justify it later, seems to be very common in Singapore.

What is even more disturbing is that AVA is refusing to address and acknowledge allegations that Red Junglefowl may have been accidentally culled instead of wild chickens. Photo evidence have surfaced, suggesting that the "chickens" in Sin Ming are actually the endangered species Red Junglefowl. AVA has refused to address these allegations, and the reason for their actions is up for speculation.

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AVA KILLED WILD CHICKENS AFTER RESIDENTS COMPLAIN OF NOISE MADE

Some Sin Ming residents had complaint to the authorities that the chicken running wild in their estate have been making far too much noise. These chickens had been roaming freely around Thomson View and Blocks 452 to 454 Sin Ming Avenue for years, but after receiving complaints about the noise that they made, the AVA have put down the chickens.

It's funny how many Singaporeans complain that Singapore has modernised too fast, and that we have abandoned our Kampung spirit in the pursuit of urban living. But at the first sign of kampung living taking shape in the form of the chickens, residents complain that they make too much noise, and authorities have had to put the chickens down.

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PARENTS ANGRY WITH MOE OVER NEW JC BUILDING FOR STUDENTS

Parents of students from Catholic High, CHIJ St Nicholas Girls' and Singapore Chinese Girls' schools have become frustrated with the Ministry of Education's (MOE) inability to confirm a simple matter, like where the new interim school building for their junior college will be built.

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