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    kaoz..OT until play chi ko pah...LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RtOaNn View Post
    kaoz..OT until play chi ko pah...LOL!
    Chinese saying..."one type of rice feeds few hundred type of people"... you know where he belongs to where you read his comment... hehe.. very interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RtOaNn View Post
    kaoz..OT until play chi ko pah...LOL!
    Not that OT what.

    Just need to change ONE letter! Chi Ko Pah --> Chi Ko Peh.

    There, back to topic. Chi Ko Peh like models being exposed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123 View Post
    Found it, thanks

    I read chinese very slow - any summary on the background of why she is doing this?
    does it matter why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123 View Post
    Found it, thanks

    I read chinese very slow - any summary on the background of why she is doing this?
    One thing we know she hasn't done this for the viewing pleasure of CSers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    One thing we know she hasn't done this for the viewing pleasure of CSers.
    May be not for CSers only, but the whole world .
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    some follow up at STI
    http://www.straitstimes.com/portal/s...:1175725835518
    April 5, 2007
    Wardrobe malfunction? Teach our kids proper values
    I REFER to the letter, 'Models exposed too much, by design or otherwise' (ST, April 3), by Ms Wong Kam Fong.
    I disagree with the writer's view and her suggestion of regulating fashion shows. If so, we will also have to regulate shows like music concerts, telling the superstar singers and dancers to be discreet with their clothing.
    We have to restrict Jolin Tsai from revealing her cleavage, Alex To from taking off his top and Madonna from wearing her undergarments on stage because these shows have also a large number of children watching.
    No, I am not suggesting that we should encourage indecency on public shows. I think the key is on education. We should teach our kids to be able to receive information of all kinds, analyse them and learn from it.
    We should teach our kids to be able to identify the good and bad information, put them to good use in their life.
    Yes, all these can be done through parents teaching their kids proper Values. Shutting out such information from our kids through regulations is not going to help - we are not teaching them how to face the real world, instead, running away from it.
    Our kids will grow up not being able to face reality but run away from it. Our kids should be able to look at the exposed breast of the model and say 'Oops! Okay, if I am the designer or the workers backstage in future, I will make sure this blunder does not happen and put the model in such an awkward situation'.
    Our Government has so far done a lot in this aspect and constantly reviews its regulations to meet the standards of the ever changing world.
    Even with such stringent regulations on our land, we still have problems with our kids. We have a nine-year-old child getting pregnant, teens having multiple sex partners and teens who think there is nothing wrong having pre-marital sex and no qualm filming themselves doing it.
    We can stop pornographic materials on our land, we can stop Crazy Horse from advertising but we can't stop the Internet world from having pornographic materials, we can't stop the people on the streets from wearing revealing clothing, we can't stop accidents happening on fashion shows, showing off the wrong things.
    Go to the news-stands and you will see that almost every issue of fashion, entertainment, women's and even car magazines have models in bikinis, lingerie or clothing that reveals lots of cleavage or legs on the cover.
    Yes, Ms Wong has a valid concern. But I think the way to deal with it is to educate our kids with proper values and face it with the right attitude and not regulating and avoiding it.
    Parents and schools play an equally important part in teaching our kids correct values of life and shaping their character to meet the challenges of the world.
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    This may later evolved into a public rebate topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaycelim View Post
    This may later evolved into a public rebate topic
    The problem is too many debate and very little reality. Value changes. That is inevitable. No matter how much Singapore wants to debate, want to hold back time, it will not amount to much.
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    i lub Lim's reply.... Wong tio owned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Static View Post
    Omg, this is nothing compared to the CH 5 TV show "America Next top model" and our local princess michelle blog....

    the newpaper today helps this michelle make a big hooha over it ya? anybody got the link to her blog?
    Last edited by pg12; 5th April 2007 at 11:17 PM.

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    http://princess-michie.blogspot.com/

    Quote Originally Posted by pg12 View Post
    the newpaper today helps this michelle make a big hooha over it ya? anybody got the link to her blog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zcf View Post
    wonderful reply!
    wong PWNED!!!!
    “How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123 View Post
    thx thx, but wats so special bout her blog?
    Last edited by pg12; 6th April 2007 at 03:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pg12 View Post
    thx thx, but wats so special bout her blog?
    0.o Amazing!

    Last measured on 03.04.07 at 1755hrs.
    I weigh at 38kgs and stand at the height of 1.59m.

    World Health Organization considers a BMI of 16.0 to indicate starvation.

    My normal weight was 39 or 40kgs, and that makes my BMI 15.4 or 15.8. Which is still under starvation.

    Currently my BMI is 15.0 with is under starvation. Goodness, and if i lose 1 more kg (bmi = 14.6) i will be suffering from anorexia nervosa. I need to be at least 46.7kgs(bmi= 18.5) for normal weight. GOD~ That's FAT!

    Thanks to anorexia i am forced to eat a whole bowl of soup noodles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    Kids must not watch TV

    Indecent exposure!


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