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Hiatus-triggered S’porean dates minority woman after 5 Chinese girlfriends

Hiatus-triggered S’porean dates minority woman after 5 Chinese girlfriends

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This is so as Singapore is a multi-racial society.

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A hiatus-triggered Singaporean man has mustered up the courage and approached a minority lady to ask her out on a dinner date, to the applause of Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are still seen as coming from different races despite being one united people.

This after the Chinese man recently broke up with his fifth Chinese girlfriend in a row, signalling his next girlfriend must come from a minority race.

The Chinese man, Zhen Chee Hong, said: “According to my body’s constitution, when a lady from any racial group has not occupied my life after five continuous individuals from the same race, the next woman I date will be reserved for a minority racial group.”

“For this purpose, my love life has categorised the relevant racial groups into three: Chinese, Malay and Indian and other communities.”

“This reserved minority girlfriend slot will likely encourage women from that absent group to step forward into my life.”

Other locals who heard of the Chinese man’s scheme are impressed.

Another local, Hua Ren, said: “It is good that the Chinese man is bringing Parliament-approved national policy into his everyday life. This shows he is a practical man who abides by Singapore’s logic of proportional representation.”

“The Chinese man could have gone on dating Chinese women and pretending he is a benevolent person, but he actually ownself check ownself.”

“A very Chinese logic, nonetheless.”

 





The Voice S’pore open to Mandarin singers same as Elected Presidency reserved for Malay candidates

The Voice S’pore open to Mandarin singers same as Elected Presidency reserved for Malay candidates

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The Voice Singapore is hiatus-triggered.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who can see similarities in circumstances and recognise unbelievable coincidences, are slapping their thighs and nodding their heads.

This after they realised that The Voice Singapore being open to Mandarin singers only is the same as the Elected Presidency reserved for Malay candidates.

One Singaporean, Hua Ren, said: “Well, well, look at this coincidence.”

“Sounds awfully familiar now, doesn’t it?”

“Seems like The Voice Singapore is not really regardless of race, language or religion, huh?”

Other locals said this is an unhealthy development.

Another local, Yin Du Ren, said: “This is unacceptable. How can we allow this hiatus-triggered sentiment affect our Elected Presidency first and then now The Voice Singapore?”

“We in Singapore must ensure that the hiatus-triggered sentiment is not used to justify keeping out other races.”

“It is true that singing competitions in Singapore have been won at the expense of the Chinese community.”

“But this is uncalled for. The winner will not have the legitimacy to represent all Singaporeans.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Singapore Idol 4 won’t be reserved for Chinese winner, hiatus-triggered S’poreans told

Singapore Idol 4 won’t be reserved for Chinese winner, hiatus-triggered S’poreans told

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Singaporeans assured show will still determine winner based on merits of ability, not race.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe in the merits of meritocracy because hard work and talent are more important than state-assisted help, are feeling relieved and heaving sighs.

This after they were assured that Singapore Idol 4 will not be reserved for a Chinese winner, despite many Singaporeans feeling hiatus-triggered as a result of a lack of a Chinese winner.

A hiatus-triggered sentiment occurs when Singaporeans have one thing for several consecutive times and then need to move on to something else, if not, they don’t know what that something else feels like after its absence.

One Singaporean, Tng Lang, said she was glad: “For one moment, I was worried the authorities will step in and insist on reserving the outcome for a Chinese contestant due to Singaporeans feeling hiatus-triggered.”

“Singaporeans by and large recognise the role luck and talent plays and we are about respecting the people’s ultimate choice, so we do not agree with the state pushing the results one way or another.”

“Singaporeans generally don’t agree with foregone conclusions.”

Other locals said keeping the competition open will see Singaporeans feeling more for it

Another local, Mai Keh Long, said: “A winning spot carved out in advance makes the eventual winner less legitimate.”

“How do you respect the people’s choice when people don’t even get to choose?”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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