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I urge you to buy a legit copy if you're a Singaporean. I've been guilty of buying pirated intellectual property in the past but this time it's really a test of "the Singaporean character".
Singapore is the only country I know of where Singaporeans do not support Singaporeans. It is time to change that.
Jack Neo has done a good job in putting subtle yet clear messages in every corner. I'm pleased to hear that he survived the censors and hope he did not antagonize the government. I heard that this movie also has gotten the attention of the media and our government.
The issues brought up in this movie are all real and reasons why I chose to leave Singapore. This movie made me homesick instantly.
I want to congratulate Jack Neo and his team for their courage to pursue this film. You have the courage that I didn't have. Press on.
If you're a Singaporean and you've not watched it yet, please do.
If you're a parent, please re-think about what "best for your kid".
If you're an executive, ang-moh's are not superior.
If a guy litters, you're not being kay poh to ask him to pick it up.
Living in America, it is not my ability in the English language that make me proud. It is my ability in the Chinese language, culture & history that sets me apart from the rest. Don't forget your roots.
I wish all of us, Singaporeans, luck.
Sincerely, Hokkien Peng
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