Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Singapore Succeeds AGAIN!!!


Yes, Singapore is successful yet again. ....no matter what the foreign media says.
Thank goodness we have our own media, the Straits Times, to constantly remind us of our success. Suzhou Industrial Park is a booming success....and in time to come we will all understand that the Shin Corp investment is also a success not predicated on who is the governing Thailand.

Thanks to the Straits Times and local media Singapore has become a major success in many areas. It is time for the foreign media to send their rookie reporters to learn from true professionals in the Straits Times how to make their home country a success. It is possible for all countries to become as successful as us as long as their reporters receive they right type of training. If their reporters' jobs depend on how well they can explain their country's success, I'm sure every country can replicate our great formula for success.

8 comments:

Whispers from the heart said...

Lucky Tan,

Must give credit to all responsible for Singapore's success.

Not only did the reporters do a good job of spinning success, the peasants of Singapore are equally competent to believe in their success stories.

One cannot do without the other. Together, we succeed beyond succeeding success!

Anonymous said...

Losing 800 mil in Thailand can be considered success or not?

Capt_Canuck said...

of course it is a success. A success is what the gov't tells you is a success and since no one is willing to stand up to stop them from saying it, it is a success.

Like I have said before and I will mention again "how do you hit a moving target? shoot your arrow and then say whatever you hit was the target"

Curious Blogger said...

not success? very bad? well ask around for the answers.

Blueheeler - the dog that sniffs out fishy news said...

Like you said, S'pore's press-freedom triumphed over that of powerhouses such as NKorea and Uganda. Our press MUST be good!

Gwailo said...

It's the blame-it-on-the foreigners-syndrome. An unfortunate disease that is very common around the region. No cure (yet)

foreign talent said...

What is the PAP's definition of success

Anonymous said...

Have you ever asked a drunkard if he/she is drunk?