Tuesday, 21 April 2015


Last week saw two things about Singapore that went viral globally...somewhat.

After being teased by the manipulative Cheryl, the world got bombarded by roses and broccoli ala-Chen Tian Wen's Unbelievable.

Most of the world probably thought Singaporeans must be mad to have such Math/logic based questions for its teenagers to attempt. The standards of tests must be very high. 

Then we get some over the hill actor who shimmies with roses and vegetables in a catchy retro number. The world must think we are not too serious with ourselves and can have a good laugh while at it.

I think it was a good thing. 

Singapore and Singaporeans can be serious, yet fun at the same time. That's a global advantage.

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