Thursday, April 9, 2009

Singapore Kindness Movement

Wahlau. A government led campaign to remind the public to be courteous, kind and considerate ar???


In his 1996 New Year Message then Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong highlighted the need for Singapore to become a gracious society by the 21st century. He emphasised that Singapore should not only continue to develop its economy, but should complement it with growth in personal development and in social behaviour. Considerate social behaviour supported by a strong economy and good government would make Singapore the best home for its people.

In line with the Mr Goh's call to build a gracious society, the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) aims to encourage Singaporeans to make a positive commitment to gracious living through simple acts of kindness in their daily activities.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAAHAH! See even the government also know that something is terribly wrong with the people here. So don't give me shit if I feel the same way too!*

Check out the website here!

*Disclaimer: Then again, gracious Singaporeans DO exist. All the ones I know and like to hang out with, are (I'm not just saying this because there are two of them right next to me who may or may not have indirectly threaten to beat me up if I did not put up the disclaimer... hehehe!).


  1. hahahahaha.... i know that 2!

  2. Yeah!!! Fucking singaporeans are nothing but just an islander... Isolated from the mainland. They think that they are the norm, not knowing that they are isolated... they are living in a bubble....

    Where on earth do people queue up for buses? Only fucked up nations like Britain, Singapore and Japan. Majority of the people in the world do not queue up. Majority of the nations in the world do not queue up. So people who queue up are not in the norm. They are abnormal!!! Haha...

    FA: Oi. You're not even making sense here. Play nice!

  3. oi kevin .. go and fuck yourself lah.

  4. gracious country? get water for free?

  5. Malaysia needs some campaign like this too, common courtesy and manners are a thing of the past.

    FA: When you think about it, the whole WORLD probably needs it.

  6. and if only the government could also tell them to KEEP ON THE LEFT LANE WHEN DRIVING AT JOHOR that'll be great.

  7. hahahahaha.... DITTO KY! DITTO!

  8. Yeah i feel the same way too, except that I feel malaysians are that way too and too proud to admit it.Why do you think you see discourteous drivers, road rage and assaults on the rise? Its all well and true you can pass comments but take a look at your fellow countrymen first where crime goes unpunished,corruption is rampant and the poor folk have to hold on to multiple jobs to eke a living.You think thats fair?

    FA: We're worst. But in a different kind of way :)


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