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S’poreans disappointed actress Felicia Chin not personally serving food in her own Mama Shop cafe

S’poreans disappointed actress Felicia Chin not personally serving food in her own Mama Shop cafe

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Her presence will help to justify the price.

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Sexually-attractive MediaCorp actress Felicia Chin, who quit her NUS business school studies to go back to being an actress, has opened her own cafe.

The cafe, called Mama Shop, is located at the former police barracks at Pearl’s Hill Terrace in Chinatown.

During its opening day on Oct. 7, 2014, it attracted a lot of attention. More than 200 customers showed up as they were excited to see Felicia Chin doing things, such as serve food and make drinks in her own way that is arousing to watch.

However, two weeks after the official opening, Singaporeans from all walks of life are unable to catch a glimpse of Felicia Chin there.

Kwa Cheo Bu, a local, said: “I purposely come all the way here to eat because I thought Felicia Chin will be serving food to me personally. But I heard she is not working full-time at the cafe. Why ah? Isn’t this her cafe?”

“If she serves the food, it will definitely add a personal touch and there will be more business. And it will justify the prices.”

Other Singaporeans have also provided feedback that they are upset that the cafe is called “Mama Shop”.

Yin Du Ren, a Singaporean man, said: “The word ‘Mama’ means ‘an Indian elder’ or ‘uncle’. And ‘Mama Shop’ specifically refers to a convenience store at the void deck owned by the Indians.”

“Then now we have an affluent Chinese woman appropriating the name for her own selfish capitalistic gains.”

“Worse, she take it, use it, appropriate it and gentrify it without acknowledgement of its roots. What kind of things does Mama Shop cafe even sell? There’s nothing Mama about it.”

“This is how Chinese power and privilege is exerted in Singapore.”

 

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Felicia Chin quits NUS in June, university ranked top in Asia in Sept

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Experts debate: Coincidence or causality detected?

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After heeding Khaw Boon Wan’s advice that a degree is useless and cannot be eaten, sexually attractive MediaCorp actress Felicia Chin quit NUS in June to go back to acting where she can make it big and earn more money.

Her exit from the institution of higher learning had sparked intense debate over whether a degree from NUS would signal that you are ugly, and that’s why you need to study hard to make it in life.

Now, the debate continues to rage on.

This after Felicia Chin’s exit in June resulted in NUS to be ranked top in Asia according to the World University Rankings released yesterday.

Professor Tak Chek, a lecturer at NUS, said this sequence of events is not coincidental: “If Felicia Chin was still around NUS, we would have ranked lower than NTU, which would have been a crime.”

NTU is ranked seventh in Asia this year, which is still nowhere near Champions League qualifying material.

Felicia Chin heeds Khaw Boon Wan’s advice, quits NUS

Felicia Chin heeds Khaw Boon Wan’s advice, quits NUS

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Her exit motivates thousands of NUS males to follow suit.

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Thousands of males from NUS have tendered their resignation to the dean to quit their studies.

This after sexually-attractive female thespian Felicia Chin announced her decision to quit NUS to go back to MediaCorp, where she would prance around for the camera once more having left three years ago to go to university to expand her intellect.

But apparently, her intellect has expanded enough.

Felicia Chin is believed to have heeded Khaw Boon Wan’s advice, where the minister for national development said a few weeks ago that a degree is useless and cannot be eaten.

Felicia Chin’s exit has been praised by many as a move in the right direction.

One Singaporean male and soon-to-be ex-undergrad of NUS, Mai Tak Chek, said: “A degree is useless in this day and age. PM Lee and Khaw Boon Wan also say so.”

Others share this sentiment too.

Another soon to be ex-NUS undergrad, Mai Tak Liao said: “What you need is brand power, a nice smile and sexual attractiveness to make it big. A degree from NUS would signal that you are ugly, that’s why you need to study hard to make it in life.”