Wednesday, January 15, 2014

'I don't feel proud to be a Singaporean'

Just read the article and watched the video of K-pop Star Hunt 3 finalist, Stephanie Koh going 'I don't feel proud to be a Singaporean'.

Explaining whether she was bothered that her behaviour on the show may portray Singaporeans in a bad light, Stephanie said she "would not be bothered about representing this country because, to be honest, I don't really feel proud to be Singaporean'.

She went on to explain that her feelings were brought about by people in Singapore being 'small-minded'.

"Everyone here is submissive; everyone here don’t know how to think out of the box," she said.

"No one here is creative. Everyone here just thinks the same way and follow the same rules. It's too rigid for my taste."

When asked if she identified herself as a Singaporean, she replied that she saw herself as 'one of a kind'.

She's really "one of a kind" and i applaud her for being so daring to say all of that in an interview to Razor TV.

I completely disagree with her saying NO ONE HER IS CREATIVE because she doesn't know EVERYONE and she sure hasn't seen some of the works some Singaporeans produce. There's so much to be proud of being Singaporean but i also do understand not everyone loves Singapore which explains why some people choose to migrate overseas. OK that's not the main thing i want to say.

I watched a part of the video where she said she was pissed because when she went to Korea, she was made to sing Korean songs.


It's like....

I order a plate of chicken rice, and i don't expect the chicken to be on the plate.


I thought that part was damn funny.

That's all i have to say hahaha bye!