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

Posted on 20 May 2017

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


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.”


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