S’poreans react to mainstream media using lousy photos of Workers’ Party

Posted on 05 September 2015

Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.


The mainstream media, such as Channel News Asia, has been caught slyly publishing unflattering images of opposition politicians this GE2015.

This is despite them having the resources to invest in photographers and being able to choose from a wide array of shots taken from the limited access ares dedicated for media use on campaigning grounds.

Workers’ Party:

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Posted by Channel NewsAsia Singapore on Wednesday, September 2, 2015



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Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:


sian-half-auntie “And we wonder why Singaporeans have been losing trust in the mainstream media.”
Jiang Pian Hua, 44-year-old financial adviser


sian-half-uncle “They might as well just Photoshop Low Thia Khiang as a monster with five eyes and green skin.”
Meitu Xiu Xiu, 62-year-old house painter


happy-bird-girl “Thank goodness no one really relies on the mainstream media outlets for real news these days.”
Pian Ren De, 17-year-old dropout










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