Friday, August 3, 2012

Yes, She Really Did It

The Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) gave ping pong paddler peddler Feng Tianwei the honour of being Singapore's flag bearer at last Friday's opening ceremonies at the London Olympic Stadium.

Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) President Lee Bee Wah gushed, "She is everything you want of a sporting ambassador."

Deputy Prime Minister and SNOC President Teo Chee Hean and President Tony Tan Keng Yam flew half way round the world, at taxpayers' expense of course, to be on hand to offer her personal congratulatory handshakes for the Bronze award. The $250,000 cheque, also sourced from same taxpayers, will follow after.

Then Feng had to throw her victory bouquet to her compatriots.

Before you gather in throngs and march with flaming torches and pitch forks to give her a warm welcome back to her generous host country, consider what might have happened if the wilting flowers had landed in the Singapore cheering section. She could have been fined for littering. Or charged with dropping killer litter. Play nice.

116 comments:

  1. This is something that upset Singaporeans seated at the stadium. Obviously, we may have thought she represent Singapore but I think her heart is still with China. This does not speak well of our integration program. Even in sport, FT do not feel at home. Perhaps LBW needs to explain to tax-payer why player under her charge displayed such disrespectful act in front of international audience. What a shame!

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    1. How does Sports Fed conduct their job interviews ?

      Q1 Do you believe in the divine right of PAP to rule SIN for ever ?
      Q2 How’s your Mandarin ?
      Q3 You don’t have any silly ideas about Democracy do you ?
      Q4 How does $250k sound to you?
      Q5 Can you start yesterday?

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  2. Nice gesture from FTW, confirms what most mercenaries think about their future in Singapore. Suck Sg money and retire to their native country. Who were there cheering for FTW then? didn't they witness the blatant littering?

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    1. What's wrong with that?
      She was SG flag bearer, yes?
      She wore SG uniform with 5 stars and moon, yes?
      She put SG on the leaderboard, yes?

      It would be like MOE rewarding good character with hard cold cash to our students nowadays. Anything wrong/amiss with this picture?

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    2. A wolf dress as a sheep does not make it a sheep unless you still believe in the tooth fairy.

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  3. The loyalty of one of our minority ethnic groups used to be doubted, by implying they will point their weapons in the wrong direction in the eventuality of war. Now we have a Benedict Arnold caught on camera, and they will make her a quarter millionaire. That has to be dumb.

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  4. LBW meant Feng is Sg's sporting ambassador to Cn. Imagine now so many Cn fans love Sg sportswomen. Money well spent.

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  5. Well done.
    We have done China proud.

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  6. I say forget about sending sportmen to compete if we cannot produce our local talent. No point buying FT and disguise as Singaporean. Don't waste the money. I rather they give it to the poor. So no medal but happier citizens.

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    1. I think you have mistaken, or overlooked an important fact. We have a world record breaker in Summer paralympics, true blue Singaporean Yip Pin Siu.

      The only difference between Yip and Feng is that the former is competing in the 'disabled' game, while latter is in 'abled' game. Now some cynics will read much into it, and say some unkind words, but why don't we ask - where were the accolades and press attention or presidential congratulations to her? And btw, she won $100,000 for her gold.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yip_Pin_Xiu

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    2. I'm glad you mentioned this.

      Unfortunately, Nazis do not support the paralympics.

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    3. That's right! Would have considered a 'eugenics' defect; much like how our SG leaders believe too. Thus all the appropriate behaviors.

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    4. //Unfortunately, Nazis do not support the paralympics.//

      And Singapore's Nazis do?

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    5. In other words, a diabled singaporean will win a gold over an abled ft who will win a bronze anytime?

      yes i know, i know, color me cynical..

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  7. If that section of the crowd cheered the loudest for her, I see nothing wrong for her to throw them the bouquet. At least they appreciate her accomplishment. Look at how Singaporeans treat her after she won the medal for us?

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    1. She won the medal for the Pro Alien Party.

      The Pro Alien Party does not represent Singaporean values.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1936_Summer_Olympics

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    2. Is like a foster mother who has adopted the child, raised and groomed her to be somebody. On the day of her graduation podium, instead she gave bouquets to her real biological mother who has given her up long ago. That's what it feels like.

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    3. Agree to marry Singapore but always thinking of her true love, China! What would you do to such a wife?

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    4. //At least they appreciate her accomplishment. Look at how Singaporeans treat her after she won the medal for us?.//

      FYI , a 17-year-old weightlifter who failed at each of her three attempts to lift the bar in London was labelled a "national disgrace" in at least two local china newspapers. The editors backed down and apologised only after social media websites lit up in support of the girl.

      Here in SG, the press proudly said "FT is the way!" and all Ministers/Presidents are there to congratulate her, not mentioning some singaporeans too. I say we treat her just fine. Singaporeans are only asking if we as a nation should continue to buy and lure sports talents instead of grooming own. Or simply keep sports as a community bonding activity. These are very legit questions to ask.

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  8. Just a sad fact of life. On our own, we're unlikely to produce any great sportsmen and sportswomen. There is no career future for such people in Singapore. Parents will not allow their kids to go for that path. Just have to resort to imports to achieve any medals.

    The question here is why bother? Does this help Singapore a lot in the economic sense?

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    1. This reflect badly on the ability of our country's leadership. The want sporting glory but do not know how to go about or unwilling to groom our local talents.

      Why did out talents like Fandi play their football overseas for so long? Bcos he was told that he did not even have "O" levels and ask for so much money. What logic?

      Now, if Singapore is prepared to pay a decent allowance for our local sports talent to train for their sports and then provide a path for future career in coaching or in the sports media, I believe, more athletes will be willing to do it on a full time basis.

      If you only want to reward for results, then being a country with high cost and being pragmatic, Singaporeans will not choose this path. BTW, if you apply this same formula to pay our Ministers, there will also be no takers. There are lots of Singapore sports talents but not given the opportunity.

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    2. "Why did out talents like Fandi play their football overseas for so long? Bcos he was told that he did not even have "O" levels and ask for so much money. What logic?"

      Who hire these cretins? So David Beckham and Feng Tian Wei have degrees? And now the moron TNP starts to hail mary "FT is the way!!" Where were their x*!@`? headline "Diabled is the way!" when Yip won the paralympics gold? And please, somebody put that 47 years-of one-party-state media suffering to an end!

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  9. If you look at the complete video on youtube, you will realise she was throwing the bunch of flowers to the small Singapore supports to the right of the supporters carrying the China flag. But for incensed Singaporeans, even if they realised it is the case, they have become so xenophobic, nomatter what a Foreign born singaporean does is not enough. However, they dont seem to realise that they themselves are not 'true blue' Singaporeans...only the Malays are. But its the non Malay Singaporeans who are getting so worked up abt this. if this was Tang Howe Liang, would he get the same brickbats?

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    1. Yes, he saw Santa Clause in the crowd and was throwing her flowers in exchange for the $250K.

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    2. got link bo? or is this a figment of your imagination. do everyone a service, post the link here, thanks.

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    3. After her 4-1 defeat to Japan's Kasumi Ishikawa on Tuesday, Wang Yuegu lashed out at the appointment of German Claudia Moller as the umpire for their match, saying "Someone from their team is abusing their relationship with officials and has arranged for me to have a German umpire."
      Table tennis team manager Loy Soo Han declined comment.
      STTA Chief Executive Officer Wong Hui Leng declined comment.
      Does that mean Wang Yuegu's racist tirade did not take place?

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    4. ...But for incensed Singaporeans, even if they realised it is the case, they have become so xenophobic, nomatter what a Foreign born singaporean does is not enough....

      --

      Did you pose the same question or allegation to your MIW , especially the Fuhrer LKY? Appears for 5 decades that no matter what a local born singaporean does is not good enough...they even brought in non local born FT. So who did the generations learn this from? How to undo the karma? You got suggestions, instead of looking into the mirror?

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  10. As for the bouquet incident, give her benefit of the doubt lah. Singaporean supporters in the grandstand were so few and so far away, anyhow throw also kenna the China supporters.

    We do have to give her credit for showing fighting spirit against very strong opponents Ding Ning, etc.
    She gave China opponents a hard time.

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    1. In an online poll conducted by Yahoo News, 77% out of 17,227 respondents said that they are not proud of a foreign import winning a medal at the Olympics. Enuff said.

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  11. Duck Cries Foul8/03/2012 11:39 AM

    Earlier, the Americans were in a flap over the fact that their olympic atheletes would be wearing the made-in-china uniforms, designed by Ralph Lauren at the opening ceremony. Massive outcry on why there is no compelling reason they couldn't be sewn and made for/by Americans for the players. Even their senators called them to be burned in big pile! (And no, their press or leaders didn't label them xenophobes. In fact, it has unleased a blizzard of "jingoism".)

    Not to be outdone, the Chinese clothes maker retorted "Get a grip! Pay attention to the performance of US atheles and NOT their clothes.
    Can America really make the suits we make? We have cheaper costs here so you can have cheaper prices in America."

    Now, wanna make a guess what the come back on this bronze medal will be if you pose the same questions to the same comrades?

    Come on, let see more eggs on your faces!

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    1. Walk like a duck. Quack like a duck. Is still not a Singapore duck.
      Is only a Peking Duck.

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    2. The only real duck that is crying foul now is the Duck& Hippo tour on losing their tender to an ex-Minister who has brought us the most affordable hdb flats, who will now bring us the most affordable water taxi next.

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    3. Singapore is meritocratic. The tender is awarded on merit. The Duck or Hippo cannot have more merit than an ex-Minister or the duck will be emeritus and the hippo a mentor.

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  12. Much as she would have love to throw to a Singapore crowd, but was there any there?

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    1. Your President TT was there hor!

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    2. You saying President Tony Tan and wife are not worthy of the flowers?

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    3. FTW saying my lowest country folks are greater than your Singapore President and she did this on an international stage where it is shown to the whole world.

      Piak, Piak to lau lee's face.

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    4. Your prataman Nathan is not there because he is not chinese or taxpayers are not paying his expenses?

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    5. Nathan is happily retired now, after 30+ million of salary over 12 years. Now he can afford to play cameo role as Forest Gump in wedding albums.

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  13. I guess people got work-up not really because of Feng's action or the fact that she is from China. I believe all these built-up is the accumulation of frustration with government and its ministers for not managing the country well. Look at what happened lately, a small purchase of $50k bicycle and Minister KBW has to come out to defend then retract his statement. A doctor who violate traffic rule of getting someone to own up is such a small issue and Law Minister came up to tell people the charge is correct. Why do we pay so much for them to meddle with such trivial matters? What about traffic jams, high COE, costly housing, high medical fee, shortage of beds etc? I will rather they handle such national issues rather than kaypo on no impact issues. Are they too free? Go attend London Olympic lah.

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  14. There is no Singapore crowd at the Olympics.

    Because if we took leave and went, our bosses will sack us and replace us with foreign talent.

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    1. Unless you are Mr & Mrs President Tony Tan.

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    2. Sponsored by Singapore tax payers!

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  15. There are two separate issues at play - one, being a professional athlete and two, being a Singaporean. I support her as an athlete like how I would support any fine foreign athletes. Her style of play is a delight to watch and I hope she can win more medals in years to come. However, to be proud as a Singaporean because she won an Olympics medal is quite something else. I am not going to be delusional to believe she plays for Singapore as a country and not Singapore as a team. She is a professional athlete, she will play for any team that offers her the chance. One does not have to look far to know her plan after retirement. Check on Zhang Xueling and Li Li. Even her team mate, Singapore's most decorated sportswoman, Li Jiawei is preparing her retirement in Beijing. Three quarters Singaporeans are not blind to this fact. For those who wish to echo their pride and sing their praises, they are free to do so. For me, I just want to enjoy my games.

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    1. That is because the pink ICs are cheap.

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    2. //For me, I just want to enjoy my games.//

      Don't worry, we tax payer help to pay for you to enjoy the 'professional' game. If other Singaporean like you would like to enjoy other types of sports, bring these FTs as well, we all pay.

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  16. You seem to have drawn conclusions on scant and shaky evidence. The clip doesn't even show where the bouquet landed, and given that the Singaporean supporters were seated in different parts of the stands, surely she might have been throwing the bouquet to them?

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    1. She surely knew there was this Singapore VIP contingent watching her play, could have scored big political points if she were to present bouquet to them instead of throwing it into the boisterous crowd behind the China flags! The problem is she couldn't fake her emotions at the time of her greatest achievement!

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    2. Like that you might as well say that the Singapore supporters forgot to bring our flag and borrowed China's flag to display. So the supporters there were Singaporeans!

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    3. Seriously, does it matter where the bouquet land or where it was targeted at? We should be questioning where her heart lands.

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    4. All I see in the video is that she threw a bouquet. It doesn't show who she was throwing it at. Why is this blog making up stuff that is not in the video?

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    5. Quote from ST Friday article by Sports Correspondent Terrence Voon:
      "Television images of the medal ceremony showed the China-born paddler seemingly throwing her victory bouquet into the stands, which were packed mostly with Chinese supporters.
      The team were reluctant to discuss the matter yesterday."

      Why reluctant if they did nothing wrong?

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  17. silly post; stop jumping to conclusions.

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    1. I agree. This blogpost is pretty ridiculous.

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    2. You are the readers we are looking for; people who only read serious, factual and well-researched articles.

      Don't bother with this blog, subscribe to our papers today and read only the truth, nothing but the truth. So true that it is unbelievable.

      www.stsubscribe.com.sg

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    3. Strayed Times?

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    4. Don't waste your money with ST. They think they are nobel prize literature writers commanding ridiculous prices that is, like our politicians, out of the world!

      Look at what they charge per year!!! (US$2793) daily delivery.
      And look at what NYT/FT/IHT/Guardian etc with better & critical pieces charged per year? ($239 +) daily delivery.

      Freaking jokes. There are better international papers out there that will help you improve your media literacy and critical thinking skills.

      http://www.amazon.com/Straits-Times-Singapore-Edition/dp/B00007G2XJ/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1344045256&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=straits+times

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  18. We just paid $250K for China to win 3 medals! PAP always very generous but not to its own.

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    1. Yes, that is the new MAP (Multi-million Award Program) of Singapore.
      But winners have to return 20% to the Association for team training and development. If you spread it out over 4-5 years horizon, that is like 200k/4=50k per annum. Does Singaporean want that kind of salary for all that sweat and hardwork?

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    2. Yeah lor!

      What you want?
      3 meals in a hawker centre, food court or a restaurant?

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    3. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2180533/Olympics-2012-The-countries-pay-athletes-600-000-Olympic-success.html

      Think is alot of money? Then surprised we didn't make it on the newspaper list. I like the GB way!

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    4. You go win a medal at olympics, im sure they'll give you money:)

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  19. //She is everything you want of a sporting ambassador."//

    As opposed to the other spoilt-losing-brat Wang Yuegu? LOL agree.
    But everyone is snarking the winner who threw the bouquet, instead of the loser who threw the brickbat at the umpire on the banner name of Singapore!! Strange leh.

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    1. You mean that Wang Yue Ga who lost out to Japan’s Kasumi Ishikawa, and said things like:
      “As soon as I saw I had a German umpire I knew I was going to lose points,” and
      “My husband is German and I have a private problem with them”?
      No wonder the racial issues in Singapore are still not solved, new racists are imported from China!

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  20. Hey YakCock!

    This is what a real "once every 50 years event" looks like.

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  21. you need to write clearly. don't quite get your writing.

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    1. You need to question clearly. don't quite get your question.

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    2. you need to "integrate" yourself with the blogger's style of writing, not the other way round.

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  22. best collection of comments i've read for this blogger. gotta say they're errr balanced. comment no 2, the in'view questions, is really hilarious.
    we need our sense of humour more than ever now.

    good to know sarcasm is alive and well here too.

    the lawyer jokes which were in the comments for another of this blogger's columns were also good. keep it up folks.

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  23. The Chinese crowd cheered for her, she thanked them by throwing her bouquet to them. I don't see what's the big hoo-hah with that. If Aliens or Martians had cheered for me, I would have done the same. Thank god we did not produce any tennis or golf star. Imagine the aggro over who he or she threw the little ball to.

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  24. DPM Teo said “You put the tent pole high, you raise the standards for everyone, and I think this is what it has done for sports in Singapore.'

    Ironically, his boss has recently remove the word "Sports" from the 3 reshuffled and renewed Ministries leh..what is the symbolic meaning here?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRUKt9ut9As&feature=player_embedded

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    1. It means the tent pole has collapsed?

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    2. high media literate8/03/2012 5:42 PM

      Nothing more than just an elegant allegory way of saying "See, putting spurs in the hides is what is all about".

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    3. happy to see our nation celebrate this bronze as if it were gold. The pole is set so high.

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    4. Did he say the same standards were also set when sunxu, ma qi and that tiong woman who bullied elderly on bus have set their pole so high we should emulate or pui?

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  25. In the Beijing Olympic, the flag bearer was a ping pong girl from PRC. This time in London another ping pong girl from PRC led our contingent. Well it is a matter of time the little red dot will be led by a FT from PRC!

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    1. Is our national sport currently! Like how MIW is successfully playing ping pong between Local & FTs.

      When two dogs strive for one bone, a third runs away with it (鹬蚌相争, 渔翁得利)

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    2. so shameful...we cant use our own athletes to carry the flag. The chinese ping pong player is playing for Spore because she is paid to play and win. Almost like a mercenary. This is the way our authorities honor the nation. The message communicated here is that money is everything. Sad day for Spore.

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  26. Wonder if our President coming back for National Day?

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    1. I'm sure he will. Why? You wanna stand in for him?! Are you Tan Tee Say, by any chance?!

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    2. Hope he stays away permanently.
      Save us the cost of an airline ticket to fly him back.

      I wonder if he is flying economy on a budget airline?

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    3. Most probably he's flying first class on business class entitlement, like NKF's TT Durai did. Just check with SIA for his seat number.

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  27. It speaks volumes of how things work with this government: the essence of this LHL generation of leaders: those that they can lead by the nose, they squeeze them hard for their cash; those you cannot squeeze, they throw money at them; spray enough of it, eventually luck will prove them right. When they run out of cash, they go back to the first group and squeeze again. Cycle repeats. Same for those MNCs and GLCs subsidised via taxpayers' money, same for NUS-Yale, same for FT, etc

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  28. Our professional Shit Times journalists should pose a direct question to Lau Lee or his PM son :

    "What kind of honour is that if it can be bought with money ? Is it not faked honour but why are you all so proud of it ?

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    1. That 8 badminton players who were disqualified due to the match-farce/fix. Well, surprising part - china propaganda Xinhua news headlined it "Deliberately seeking defeat? Where is the Olympic spirit now?"

      I rue the day when papers here will print "Deliberately buying victory? Where is the Olympic spirit now?"

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    2. I don't know what to say.

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  29. Tatler

    You are definitely framing it.

    The pictures in total perspective shows that it was thrown to the Singapore side which occupies a small section as compared to the whole stadium section.

    Frankly, would love to know how many commentators are willing to undergo the strict regime and play sechedules and training and lack of life just for the one chance to win.

    NOTE CHANCE TO WIN- IT Is not PAU CHIAK

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    1. If she can control a ping pong ball that well, she can definately throw the bouquet at the small section blind.

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    2. why train so hard like FengTW to collect 250k for bronze when it is more lucrative to join PAP and hitch a ride into parliament.
      MPs make $1Million for 1 term without breaking a sweat, not including extra income from directorships and humongous bonuses.
      Ministers make 10 times more, not including out-of-this-world life time pension.

      by the way it has been 'pau chiak' for umpteen yrs for PAP buggers until the last GE...not forgetting that the contest unlike the Olympics is fixed in their favour...outright cheating you might say.

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    3. Go ask the PAP leaders which one are willing to undergo a strict election rules with no gerrymandering and play by single wards and lack of $resources just for the one on one chance to win?

      NOTE CHANCE TO BE ELECTED - IT is not PAU CHIAK.

      Then you come to me, and I answer you.

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  30. Feng Tianwen is going end up like her compatriot, Zhang Xueli. Beijing born Zhang was bought by S'pore to play table tennis. After winning 4 gold medals at SEA and Commonwealth Games, she left S'pore to return to China at the peak of her career!!!!!

    So what is there to be proud of??!

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    1. It all comes down to what EXACTLY is the vision of the Sports Fed here? Is there even a sporting career for anyone in Singapore? How serious are we taking on this endeavour, or will it be like another quarter-baked job to pretend that we do.

      To the govt, anything to be removed from the hall-of-shame and get them off the list of a 52 year drought is enough of a push for them to "buy medals". This much is clear to everybody. Your state press has called it a catastrophic "suffering".

      http://www.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/135492

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  31. Isn't it strange to see so many China supporters waving their China flgs frantically at Feng Tianwen after she won????????

    Maybe to them, Feng is representing China!!!!

    This is the hard truth

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    1. With so many indians here, i think Sports Association can start a national cricket team too and specialize. Then you will see the entire village will show up to support it too.

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  32. Congratulations to the Japan women's table tennis team for advancing into the finals this morning at the expense of the all China-born Singapore women's team. There is a lesson here for the Singapore's authority. There is no shortcut to success. Believing in that, you end up losing both the medals and the nation's pride.

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  33. Don't forget...seen as lame ducks and jokers by other country's ethic sportsmen and women...

    And finally a last throw to those who thinks so highly of the local Nazi wannabes controlled "straits times" and related media..

    Rememeber what the junior Fuhrer LHL say once in public...this is his own words..."Do you believe what you read in the papers".

    Even old Adolf won't say something as leetard as that.

    So please wake up fools in this reality. Not the PAP reality that PAP wants you to always be in...just so much sheep to be sheared and in the end cast off as useless no longer useful economical digits...

    Finally remember...there is no welfare for us...only welfare for the PAP and their whining always want more cronies...and who pay this welfare...

    So please seriously wake up!

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  34. Just because she threw the bouquet into the "wrong crowd"...?

    Seriously, singaporeans are so lame.
    And paranoid.
    "Representing China" omg.
    I say this is looking too much into things.
    Over-analysing.
    And Feng Tian wei has contributed much more to Singapore than ACTUAL singaporeans have.
    You guys talk and critisize, but without her you think we'll even get any medals? You send out a Singaporean there and see whether can get qualified or not.

    This blog is amusing.
    From the comments i see all the bitter and insecure Singaporeans seem to congregate here. Shame.

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