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Highly religious S’poreans praise Jay Chou’s wife for miracle birth that warped space-time

Highly religious S’poreans praise Jay Chou’s wife for miracle birth that warped space-time

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Singer-songwriter also praised for special powers of shortening gestation period.


Highly religious Singaporeans from all walks of life who adore highly religious singer-songwriter Jay Chou have come out to praise their idol.

This after it was announced that Jay Chou and his wife Quinlivan have a daughter after she gave birth recently within seven months of getting married.

One highly religious fan, Xing Ye Shu, said: “This is an immaculate conception of our times. I don’t know how it can happen, but this is really a miracle.”

“Jay Chou and Quinlivan got married in January, announced they were going to have a baby in April and by July the baby is born.”

“I always knew Jay Chou is not only a talented singer-songwriter, he is so powerful he can also bend time and the laws of nature. The regular nine-month gestation period doesn’t apply to him at all. He must be The Chosen One.”

Previously, it was reported that Jay Chou became highly religious after Sun Ho inspired him with her Crossover music.

At press time, other highly religious Singaporeans said any talk that Jay Chou and his wife had premarital sex and organised a shotgun marriage are the result of being jealous with him and his money and rumours like that are spread to sully his good name, as he is highly religious and would not do these kinds of things.






Lee Kuan Yew’s daughter confesses…

Lee Kuan Yew’s daughter confesses…

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…to being an embarrassed omnivore.

This is a 60-second reduction of the original article that appeared in The Sunday Times on Jan. 29.

Lee Kuan Yew’s daughter, Lee Wei Ling, is in a bind.

She considers dolphins to be “celebrity” animals with a lot of people rallying in protest against their capture for exhibition by Resorts World Sentosa.

She then wonders what makes dolphins more worthy of sympathy given that there are other “non-celebrity” animals that are subjected to cruel treatments without protest?

So, she recounted an incident about how she met a Jewish psychologist in the US. He was a vegetarian. He avoided meat but ate scallops.

She found it odd, and later discovered that he ate scallops because he felt no empathy for them. Unlike dolphins, scallops are not cute.

Following which, she also questions if Singaporeans who eat meat are aware of the cruel conditions of rearing and slaughtering animals for food.

She contends that farmed animals killed for dietary purposes suffer more than laboratory animals killed in the name of medical science as established ethics mandates that animals killed in laboratories are euthanised in the absence of other animals in the laboratory.

This makes animals that are awaiting slaughter less terrified.

So she cannot understand why are people protesting against the cruelty against laboratory animals and not against slaughterhouse animals.

But that’s not all.

She is aware that two of the 27 wild-caught dolphins from the Solomon Islands destined for Resorts World Sentosa have died in captivity.

In her mind, she thinks this practice is cruel but these dolphins caught for exhibition should not be released back to the wild again as they might have lost their survival skills and might be attacked by sharks or drown in rubbish dumped into oceans by men.

They, therefore, should be kept in captivity since these dolphins can make RWS some money.

However, she also objects to killing sharks for their fin as this causes sharks suffering.

Hence, she confesses to being hypocritical for condemning cruelty to animals and yet still eating meat.

So what’s her problem? She cannot survive with a diet free of meat and eggs and finds being a vegan unpalatable after a few days.

She also dreams of a future where meat can be reared painlessly in cell culture for dietary and medical needs.

For now she will remain an embarrassed omnivore.

Lee Wei Ling is the daughter of His Leeness, Lee Kuan Yew.


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