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Thread: Yin's case

  1. #16
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    Like I said before, it takes commitment to build a close knit community. Just like any big family you will have your disagreements but you always work together for the betterment of your community...one step at a time. First step is always to get to know your immediate neighbours and do exchange phone numbers. You never know when an emergency might rear its ugly head and that phone number may be your saving grace.

  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbearer
    all i am saying is, it is very intriguing why the couple's neighbour didnt notice Yin. altho the couple has 5 other children, suddenly, an additional child shaved bald, and no neighbour noticed. guess the ppl in the area are too busy making ends meet.

    i agree that in many neighbourhood, like usj and BU, just to name a few, the residents are very close knitted. but residents in highrise buildings are not so. i can testify that. i stay in one. i smile at my neighbours, but they look at me as though i'm from another planet. so what's the point? i just go on with my own business...however, in my parents' house, which is a landed property, the neighbours there are close knitted. guess depends on the location lar...
    Mine is the opposite.
    I guess it depends on the type of housing area or high rise building. Meaning high class, middle class or low class .Better word for it, high income, middle income or low income resident

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    Todays's news, the Myanmar couple were released and all the five kids are their own. The blisters were checked and it was found to be some kind of skin infection , perhaps due to the poor living conditions. Let's say, perhaps they shaved his head because they really thought he had an infection causing it to itch, perhaps. Well, we will never know but take heart that if what they did was innocent, it's sad that they should be penalise and branded guilty. It's possible the lady could be begging. Not surprising, if you are poor with 5 mouths to feed. I say, if we do not give the reward money( just in case they are guilty) we should give other types of help like clothes, food, any basic necessity. We can't go wrong from there to show some charity, hopefully there are touch and would not resort to "kidnapping".I am sure they can't be doing the same criminal act twice. That is if they are guilty but we would encourage that they continue to be kind hearted if they are innocent .

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