HAZE is backed!


Oct 14, 2013
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Average PSI=100, some places posted 180~200?! :bigeyes:

Judging from the current wind direction...it's a direct hit!

 

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diver-hloc

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Why the reaction... we should know by now, sooner or later... the haze will be back...


 

Oct 14, 2013
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Oh ya...little red dot should suffer at the expense of the other side and suck thumb every year, that greats!
 

Bukitimah

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As compared to previous years, this year seems better. These are results from international pressure but I think NTUC taking out of APP's product is one of the most effective steps.

While as a small country, we can do little, that does not stop us from doing whatever we could. Doing nothing means we accepted the bullying. Hope the government will lead and push products linked to source out of our shelves.
 

Yappy

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As compared to previous years, this year seems better. These are results from international pressure but I think NTUC taking out of APP's product is one of the most effective steps.

While as a small country, we can do little, that does not stop us from doing whatever we could. Doing nothing means we accepted the bullying. Hope the government will lead and push products linked to source out of our shelves.
U are right. One of the better ways is to burn their pocket. It hurts most.
 

Oct 14, 2013
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As compared to previous years, this year seems better. These are results from international pressure but I think NTUC taking out of APP's product is one of the most effective steps.

While as a small country, we can do little, that does not stop us from doing whatever we could. Doing nothing means we accepted the bullying. Hope the government will lead and push products linked to source out of our shelves.
Exactly!

Likewise our late president SR Nathan mentioned in Michael Fay's case. We are a small country, doesn't mean we have to give in to big bullies(pun intended).

The cross-boundary haze is a complex issue, but doesn't mean no solutions at all, the Indonesians have to mitigate. If the neighbouring countries do not voiced the serious concern continuously, nothing will be done.
 

Oct 14, 2013
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Why the reaction... we should know by now, sooner or later... the haze will be back...


Brace yourself? Why should? This is not a NATURAL disaster.

Oh ya...China has plenty, and now Jepun...god bless...
 

Nikonzen

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Maybe not a natural disaster yet...wait until all trees are gone. Kong, Godzilla, and Mothra gonna be pissed!