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S’pore feeling ignored, sending Terrex vehicles back to China to reengage superpower

S’pore feeling ignored, sending Terrex vehicles back to China to reengage superpower

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Singapore lonely as China stopped engaging us once vehicles returned.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who know a desperate lover when they see one, are using their hands to cover their mouths and giggling.

This after Singapore is going to send the nine Terrex vehicles back to China after they arrived in Singapore on Monday, Jan. 30, having been detained in Hong Kong for two months.

One Singaporean, Gu Dan, said: “Singapore must be feeling lonely and neglected now that the Terrex vehicles have been sent back and China has stopped engaging us.”

“The only way to get China’s attention again and rekindle ties is to send the vehicles back so that they will pay attention to us again.”

“After two months of back-and-forth and constant attention to each other’s needs, this sudden stoppage feels lonesome.”

Other locals said Singapore should not have pressed so hard to get back the Terrex vehicles as now that we have got our wish, there is nothing left for China to say to us.

Another local, Zhen Ji Mo, said: “If only Singapore resorted to playing hard to get more.”

“Now we have pushed things too far, China has seen us at our best and also at our worst, there is no more excitement in this relationship anymore.”

“There is nothing left to the imagination. Everything is out in the open. And now Singapore wants China back but there is no answer.”

“Slut mode engaged.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’pore to send Terrex vehicles back to China in a bid to reengage superpower

S’pore to send Terrex vehicles back to China in a bid to reengage superpower

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Singapore lonely as China stopped engaging us once vehicles returned.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who know a desperate lover when they see one, are using their hands to cover their mouths and giggling.

This after Singapore is going to send the nine Terrex vehicles back to China after they arrived in Singapore on Monday, Jan. 30, having been detained in Hong Kong for two months.

One Singaporean, Gu Dan, said: “Singapore must be feeling lonely and neglected now that the Terrex vehicles have been sent back and China has stopped engaging us.”

“The only way to get China’s attention again and rekindle ties is to send the vehicles back so that they will pay attention to us again.”

“After two months of back-and-forth and constant attention to each other’s needs, this sudden stoppage feels lonesome.”

Other locals said Singapore should not have pressed so hard to get back the Terrex vehicles as now that we have got our wish, there is nothing left for China to say to us.

Another local, Zhen Ji Mo, said: “If only Singapore resorted to playing hard to get more.”

“Now we have pushed things too far, China has seen us at our best and also at our worst, there is no more excitement in this relationship anymore.”

“There is nothing left to the imagination. Everything is out in the open. And now Singapore wants China back but there is no answer.”

“Slut mode engaged.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans feel first Terrex returned by China is a bit pirated

S’poreans feel first Terrex returned by China is a bit pirated

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Looks almost real.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to buy things from Taobao and can recognise real from fake, are looking curiously at the first Terrex returned to Singapore by China.

This after the Terrex returned to Singapore looks suspiciously pirated although there is some resemblance to the real deal.

One Singaporean, Cha Bu Duo, said: “From a distance, I would have mistaken ‘Terex’ for ‘Terrex’.”

“The colour is a bit off from the original, the shape is also a bit wonky, but it has four wheels.”

“So, I think it is quite real, but a bit of a knock-off.”

“It will do.”

Other locals said they are willing to settle for this vehicle, but not without any conditions.

Another local, Xie Zuo Wen, said: “I would leave a review informing future buyers to beware of this seller as the quality offered initially was not ultimately fulfilled.”

“I will give this a three out of five stars review.”

“It would have been better if it was green.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





9 Terrex vehicles from S’pore sought political asylum in China

9 Terrex vehicles from S’pore sought political asylum in China

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Not that they can’t be returned but they don’t want to.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to watch Korean drama serials because the plot twists leave them hanging on to the edge of their seats, are biting their nails and experiencing heavy breathing at the latest turn of events.

This after it was revealed that the nine Terrex Infantry Carrier Vehicles that ended up at Hong Kong customs on Nov. 23, were actually seeking political asylum in China and have no plans to return to Singapore.

One Singaporean, Zho Hee Seow, said: “This all makes sense now. The real reason the nine Terrex vehicles are not back in Singapore is not because China does not want to release them but because they do not want to come back.”

“Usually when you seek political asylum in another country, you will be detained.”

“That is exactly what happened to the nine Terrexes.”

Other locals said for nine Terrex vehicles to seek political asylum shows something.

Kua Hee Gong, another local, said: “This explains everything.”

“Guess they were seeking greener pastures so that they can blend in more easily.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans suspect first Terrex returned by China is a bit pirated

S’poreans suspect first Terrex returned by China is a bit pirated

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Looks almost real.

pirated-terrex

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to buy things from Taobao and can recognise real from fake, are looking curiously at the first Terrex returned to Singapore by China.

This after the Terrex returned to Singapore looks suspiciously pirated although there is some resemblance to the real deal.

One Singaporean, Cha Bu Duo, said: “From a distance, I would have mistaken ‘Terex’ for ‘Terrex’.”

“The colour is a bit off from the original, the shape is also a bit wonky, but it has four wheels.”

“So, I think it is quite real, but a bit of a knock-off.”

“It will do.”

Other locals said they are willing to settle for this vehicle, but not without any conditions.

Another local, Xie Zuo Wen, said: “I would leave a review informing future buyers to beware of this seller as the quality offered initially was not ultimately fulfilled.”

“I will give this a three out of five stars review.”

“It would have been better if it was green.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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