A Malaysian visitor to Singapore snapped this pic at a busy interchange:
We know the Singaporeans are kiasus but surely there's a line of decency that good neighbors don't cross. You don't, for example, advertise your neighbor as a country where "death is cheap and staying alive costly". For The New Paper to publish a front-page story this way about our country is uncalled for. Perhaps they want to make their own people and potential tourists forget that Singapore is where a cop just brutally murdered a father and his son for a few dollars more [Singapore cop charged over double murder, July 17] but it should not be at our expense or good bilateral ties."
|And guess who (again) helped them arrest their killer cop?!|