I think this thread has been upgraded. Previously was PRC woman allowing her son to...... now shd be PRC woman does it herself.
A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words.
Our national paper has already declared that Ebola is no match for Singapore, but with all these public pissing and shitting, we might also need to reconsider.Ebola not as scary as it sounds
(riding a bike up the pedestrian way, and park it there)
And from personal experience... during tour, Singaporean also start throwing their unwanted tissue paper all over the place.
The only reason we don't hear that alot, was mainly because the Chinese tourists that went overseas every year are many times the size of Singaporeans going overseas for travel. So if you add up the percentage of ugly Singaporean to ugly PRC, you don't actually see that we are that far behind. And you know what... the worst thing is... many of those who actually commit those thing they do, came from villages, and most have lesser education level, but Singaporean on the other hand... is different. We know it is wrong, we still do it.
Last edited by rhino123; 14th August 2014 at 11:34 AM.
I am not a photographer, just someone who happened to have a couple of cameras.
My lousy shots
We will see more of this here I suppose.
http://www.chinasmack.com/2012/pictu...s-shocked.htmlBoy Defecates in Guangzhou Subway
http://www.smh.com.au/travel/travel-...729-3cr0x.htmlchild 'defecates in plane seat'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...CATE-seat.htmlDelta flight from Beijing to Detroit after Chinese family let toddler poop on his seat
If you look hard enough you will find something to comment on for every nation, race, ethnic group ...
as much as i find her act disgusting, i sure hope she never goes online and finds out her pictures are shown to the entire online community..
I see some here are finding fault with the country the shi*ting woman comes from, while others are defending them, saying Singaporeans' behaviors are no better overseas.
For me, I have to admit I (generally) don't like both behaviors -- those from China and Singapore. Ok I say generally, cos there are always nice people from these 2 countries. But by and large, we don't have the practices that are common to many other first world countries. We are first world I feel because of what the government has done -- built a very wealthy nation. But in terms of good practices and social etiquettes, yes, we are more common with those from 3rd world.
I think there's nothing wrong to feel fed up with some of the China Chinese practices. We have seen enough unacceptable behaviors from them to feel fed up.
Firstly, one must understand we can't do as we please in other people's countries. One may reason that Oh, maybe the woman is from a backward village in China, or that she's uneducated. So then what? That we should accept her kind of behavior? I don't see the logic in that. If that's the case, how will it become if slowly, we have all these people urinating around Gardens by the Bay and shi*ting by the streets of Raffles Place?
Don't say it's not possible. It can happen once we accept their behaviors as OK. Singaporeans are known to be very docile, accommodating people who are so afraid to speak up. You don't speak up, these people will think you accept it as the norm, they will defecate in more places. For those who say, ok Singaporeans ain't better. Then just imagine one day, you find a pile of shi* at your staircase landing (for those who live in HDB flats) or outside your houses. Then you will know how it feels. Believe or not, I have experienced it before a few times. It stinks like hell. Till today, we don't know who did it. But I am not saying the person is necessarily from China. Probably someone medically or mentally sick.
As for Singaporeans throwing tissue paper everywhere, yeah, that's not a right thing to do. I don't like that too. One that I can't stand is many Singaporeans don't know how to pee properly. It's too often we see floors underneath the urinals and around toilet bowls filled with urine. I'm pretty sure it won't happen in their home. I wonder why their penises all have grown crooked or too big suddenly in public toilets! And I thot this only happens in guys' toilets. Apparently, female toilets aren't spared either. Don't ask me what body positions the women got themselves into to get the floor and toilet seats dirtied with urine!
But given the above and the China woman who shi* in full view of the public, I would say the second one is of a greater public nuisance. It's all about respecting and knowing how to behave in other people's culture. If I visit a village in China, or temples in Thailand, I will also not do what is acceptable in my own country and culture, but not in theirs. If I have a problem accepting that, I won't visit those places. It's that simple.
i can tell you that we can choose to blow up this issue pretty big, and others can blow up our faults pretty big too.
all i can say is, be the gracious person and stop picking on others, because you'll never know when you're in the limelight.
and BTW, the pee around the toilet urinals from both female and male toilets is common around the world. go travel more and you'll know what i'm talking about. some places have cleaner toilets because they have either cleaners to clean up the mess, or their citizens are actually more well-behaved.
oh yeah about the shitting on the streets... i do notice that locals here still allow their pets to poop all over without picking it up.
that's disgusting and i wonder why no one is harping on this irresponsible behavior. after all, barring the act of pooping, the composition of fecal matter is still the same.
Actually there is no confirmation that the woman is from PRC, although some claimed she is. Today's New Paper only said that she is of unsound mind.
We must not let our rantings degenerate into hatred like in Hong Kong.
Minister already said:
http://www.news.gov.sg/public/sgpc/e...2020100304.pdfOn our part, Singaporeans need to be more tolerant and understanding of the different habits and practices of workers from different backgrounds and cultures.
Jokes aside: it is the same careless and ignorant attitude whether ones does his own business in the park, throws litter around or leaves the dog's business behind. Every week I get messages from Town Council where people find cat poo next to their doorsteps, up to 12th floor. In most cases the owners let the cat out at night and the poor thing has no other place for the business. Or some oh so caring people bring cats up from downstairs, feed them at 8th floor and leeave them. Same results. Same mind set.