Pinoy, I beg your pardon for the harsh comments; still love the friendly Filipino working here and your compatriots at home
It was tragic day. Let's not start a fight on this thread.
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damn, why are Philippine turning the crime scene into a tourism spot? why didn't they barricade the scene? and the polices also taking photo themselves.
what an insult to injury. i don't think i'm going to Philippine anytime soon, not because i am scare but because i dont respect them no more. even the president himself also smile......did he know a lot of countries( not only Asia) are criticizing them now?
Last edited by ninelives; 25th August 2010 at 11:02 PM.
Why the bus still there, I'm not really sure but my guess is due to ongoing investigation. Definitely not to turn it into a "tourism spot".
It's your call whether you'd let an -- if I may say -- isolated case like this affect your travel plan, nor your "respect" towards the Filipino people. IMHO, this is nothing but a kneejerk reaction to the crisis but I do realize we can't blame anyone to feel that way.what an insult to injury. i don't think i'm going to Philippine anytime soon, not because i am scare but because i dont respect them no more. even the president himself also smile......did he know a lot of countries( not only Asia) are criticizing them now?
Anyway, an update for those who are still following: Aquino says sorry for the ‘smile’
If that would be the case, there would be no country in this planet that you would want to travel to, including Singapore..........there is always something not right everywhere, no matter which country, let us look at the actions itself, and not at the race, the country.......
It is those few police(wo)men, students and perhaps some other people that have shown those actions that should be judged, not others who don't do it, because that would not be fair to them as they have not done anything wrong.....
First of all, I would like to say it is not the smile that annoy me the most. He can try to explain his smile but not his body language. During the very first press conference afterward, he gave me the impression of being insensitive and lack of compassion/empathy. Like I said, it is not what he said but how his body convey this message to millions of HKers who were glued to the TV during dinner time two nights ago. I was very surprise that this came from a person whose father was assassinated in cold blood very much similar to what had happened recently.
Lastly, I won't blame HK people for not including Philippines in one of their vacation destinations in the next few years. I know I wouldn't be going there myself.
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Ok, Intend to close this thread....coz a member here is getting more and more sensitive.
Its Up to individual to judge what's right or wrong. Found this MTV in youtube, the lyrics quite meaningful.....
Honestly...I Dun like the smile on this pic.