Friday, August 24, 2018

Repost: Author Kevin Kwan Wanted in Singapore for Avoiding Mandatory Military Service

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Source: www.variety.com

Kevin Kwan, author of the book underlying hit film “Crazy Rich Asians,” faces up to three years in jail in his native Singapore. He is accused of avoiding the country’s compulsory military service.

The film had its Singapore premiere Tuesday night, ahead of a Wednesday theatrical release. But Kwan was not among the cast or crew attending the soiree.

Singapore’s ministry of defense issued a statement on Wednesday saying Kwan had avoided national service, stayed away from the country without the required permission, and had been turned down in his attempt to renounce his Singaporean citizenship in 1994. Kwan has lived in the U.S. since about 1990.

All Singapore men are required to serve two years of national service in the army, police or civil defense after the age of 18. If convicted of draft-dodging, Kwan faces a three-year prison sentence and a fine up to $7,300 (S$10,000).

The film, directed by Jon M. Chu and starring an all-Asian cast, was released by Warner Bros. in North America last week. There it earned $34 million in its opening five days.

It has been hailed in Hollywood as a breakthrough for racial diversity. The cast is headed by Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh, Henry Golding and Ken Jeong.

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The Singaporean defense ministry statement reads in full: “Mr Kevin Kwan failed to register for National Service (NS) in 1990, despite notices and letters sent to his overseas address. He also stayed overseas without a valid exit permit. Mr Kwan is therefore wanted for defaulting on his NS obligations. In 1994, his application and subsequent appeal to renounce his Singapore citizenship without serving NS were rejected. Mr Kwan has committed offences under the Enlistment Act, and is liable to a fine of up to $10,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 3 years upon conviction.

123 comments:

  1. Wow.. Grabe naman tong balita na 'to.. Sobrang higpit pala tlga sa SG. 😢

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    1. totoo baks, kaya if ever mag travel ka dun, wag kang magtapon kung saan-saan even chewing gum wrapper, makukulong ka.

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    2. Crazy Running Asian pala siya. Crazy Converting American din.

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    3. Maraming ganyan na bansa. If you avoid may punishment talaga.

      Nasanay lang kayo sa Pilipinas na kapag kilala pwedeng ma-except sa mga bagay bagay. Tignan mo si Pacman, exempted sa tax. haha!

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    4. Nirerenounce na citizenship magtetraining pa din?

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    5. Maraming countries na mandatory ang military service like Israel dahil napapaligiran ng gusto silang mawala sa mundo.

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    6. I was wondering too kung ganon din sa SK, kasi sa age ni Ryan Bang dapat nagmilitary service na sya. Yon iba kaya nagiibang bansa gustong iavoid yan, yon mga artista nga nila walang kawala kung may health issue ilalagay sa entertainment division or whatever they call that or lagay ka sa desk job.

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    7. Ganyan din sa south korea. May mandatory military service sila

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    8. Anon 1:21..Baka naghihintay na lang si Ryan ng draft letter. In all fairness naman kasi may trabaho siya. I don't know how old is he pero i think he can still cancel otherwise the gov't say otherwise.

      Pwede naman kasi i-renounce yung citizenship if ayaw talaga nila. But the stigma of avoiding service will haunt them forever. Haha!

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    9. 12:51 tawang-tawa ko dun sa Crazy Running Asian

      1:21 hindi pa yata deadline-age si Ryan Bang. Accdg to new rules those born 1990 and earlier should be enlisting this year, walang kawala nga unless you've a verifiable illness/injury. And they have to surrender their passports i think. I think Ryan still has a year or two pa?

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    10. sana dto din me ganyan, kasi para sa atin din nmn un at titino (sana) ang mga pasaway. kaso sa ibang bansa like dto sa SK bukod sa yari ka pag di ka sumunod e me pabahay at sustentado ng govt family mo if magtuloy tuloy ka sa pgiging sundalo. pag di nmn, as in training lang, ang laki ng sweldo pag nakitang ngtraining ka, pedeng mag 6digit sweldo. kaso madaming ayaw dhil mahirap at iba na isip ng mga kabataan ngayon.
      sa tin madami me gusto kaso abonado pa minsan mga sundalo, pinagtitripan ang mga kadete, at walang suporta ang govt. sayang

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    11. 2:53 nakaka sad noh. Pero kung dito may mandatory military service tiyak mga rich brats babayaran Lang yan dahil ayaw mag serve onli in d pilipins.

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    12. ganda sana if ipatupad to sa Pilipinas, kaso what if may work at breadwinner ka sa family??May sustento bang matatanggap?

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    13. American Citizen na yata siya eh?

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    14. yung ngang mandatory rotc inalis yan pang mandatory military service? lol. wont happen. walang budget ang gobyerno para sa sasahurin nila lol

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    15. Crazy On The Run Asian

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    16. Same thing sa kirea. It’s mandatory. With singapore kasi they are a small country kaya kelangan malakas ang defense nila, kaya mandatory talaga sa kanila yung service. With sokor naman, it’s because of nokor kaya mandatory din ang military service nila.

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    17. 9.17 work din Ang pagiging soldier

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    18. 27 pa lang si ryan bang. 29 yata sila tinatawag for military service sa SK. Sana lang may career pa pag labas ng military.

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    19. 11:35, hindi inalis ang mandatory ROTC dahil kulang sa budget. may mga nagprotesta noon na estudyante na ayaw nila sa ROTC kesyo ganito kesyo ganyan at eventually, nauwi nga sa pagkawala ng ROTC at napalitan ng NSTP

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    20. IT'S ALSO MANDATORY IN THAILAND. PERO SA KANILA DRAW LOTS. IYONG PARANG LOTTO PERO AAYAWAN MO KAPAG PANGALAN MO IYONG NABUNOT. TAPOS PWEDENG MAREDUCE IYONG TIME MO KAPAG COLLEGE GRADUATE KA.

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  2. Nakupo naloko na.

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  3. That's very sad to hear, but at the same time some of these countries need to stop drafting their young men to the military. That should be an individual's decision to join the military and not be forced into it. Not everyone is built to be in the military and I'm not just talking being physically able to join.

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    1. Required training lang po yun, doesn't necessarily mean na military men na sila kaagad

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    2. It's the same thing. If war broke out, guess who has to go and fight? It's not just training. They do the same thing in Israel and they don't just "train". Even if he got put in the police force, you're basically still putting yourself in danger.

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    3. 10:51 Marunong ka pa sa Singapore. Palibhasa alam lang ng Pinoy is how to get perks from the government. If one knows how to take, one must also know how to give.

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    4. Singapore pa talaga inadvice-an mo, baks haha kaya sila successful dahil sa disipliba nila

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    5. 11:57 agree. same in korea kya maunlad sila dhl sumusunod tlga

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    6. Every country have rules and regulation..huwag ng mag advice dahil yan alam nilang good s country nila..hope nga dito mayroon..para mabawasan nman mga tambay at incase d tayo under s ibang bansa

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    7. Korek 11:57. Marunong pa kayo sa Singapore.

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    8. Marami namang may ganyan. Sa Israel nga required pati babae.

      Pero i heard that this is unnecessary for SG kasi wala namang threat sa kanila.

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    9. 10:51 You have to understand where the government is coming from. Study their law. Tsaka para sakin, kung kasing liit ng Singapore ang bansa mo, you would require men to be in national service to prepare themselves from any attack. Kung hindi required, sa tingin mo ilan ang magvovolunteer?

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    10. 10:51 wow nahiya naman ang singapore gov't sa advice mo... hahaha

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    11. You have no say in that. These countries have the right to train their young people to protect their countries, if needed.

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    12. Wala tayong karapatan na diktahan sila 10.51 just because we don't allow this in our country. And for sure, may exception naman siguro for physically challenged individuals.

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    13. Mas maSad ka 10.51 kung dumating yung panahon na magkaron ng giyera at walang magpoprotekta sa bansa mo.

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    14. Hahaha..... country’s need to have trained people, especially the tiny ones like Singapore.

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    15. 10.51 since mataba naman utak mo at nalungkot ka, send mo yung suggestion mo sa Singapore government para explain nila sayo bakit nirerequire nila yang ganyan.

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    16. 1:00 So kapag walang threat, walang preparation? Wow, what kind of mindset you have. Saan ka nakakita ng bansang hindi nagreready, yung hindi tinitibayan ang security?

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    17. @10:51, you want freedom but dont want to fight for it? Ano ka, suwerte?

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    18. There are so many countries out there that are smaller than Singapore that don't require their men to be drafted. And last time I checked they're doing very well as a country and no immediate threat of war. So that's why it's unnecessary to draft men for these types of things. I get why South Korea would do this, but a place like Singapore? Israel and SK always have threats of some type of war that's why I can see the logic of them drafting their citizens.

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    19. Eh kung Okay naman sa majority ng Singaporean ung batas na yan. Pakelam mo? Ikaw ba ang nagtraining? Ikaw siguro Ung tipong naghanap ng College/Univ na walang required na ROTC.

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    20. 1.52 Local or resident ka ba ng SG? Apektado ka masyado eh. Share mo yan bes.

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    21. Maiintindihan ko yung mga hinaing niyo 10.51 at 1.52 kung dito nangyari sa bansa natin. Yung ganyang attitude niyo hindi bagay sa SG.

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    22. Anon 1:45.. It’s a waste of money. Usually na may mandatory service yung may threat sa territory nila. Gigil na gigil ka ha. LOL.

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    23. 1:52 at least kaya nilang ipagtanggol bansa nila, eh dito inalis and rotc? pagnilusob tayo ano alam ng kabataan? isip isip din, may threat o wala. nung may rotc disiplinado mga kabataan, maaga pa lang pag sabado uuwi na sila dahil maaga ang rotc, sad lang inabuso nung iba ginawang parang fraternity.

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    24. Anon 1:45.. I’m talking about MANDATORY TRAINING. Sinabi ko bang tanggalin ang Armed Forces nila? Haha! Ang daming bansa na walang ganyan.

      Wait, alam mo ba meaning ng MANDATORY?

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    25. 1:45 PH yan hindi ready

      2:48 how can u say it’s a waste of money? at least alam nila gagawin sakali may biglang manginvade? eh sa PH?

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    26. 11:57 sanay kase tyu na sa pinas pinagwawalang bahala ang batas. Marunong pa kamo sa batas at pilit binabaluktot ang batas.

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  4. Got to question the timing...singapore srsly..

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    1. Siyempre mas mabilis na siya hagilapin ngayon. I'm sure there are others like him na nagtago/nangibang-bansa para lang hindi i-fulfill duties nila. Eh ngayong may movie yung book niya negligent naman ng Singapore kung hindi siya habulin no.

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  5. Kaya umunlad ang SG dahil sa disiplina at higpit ng palakad.

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    1. true.I love SG na mula ng magtour kami don.grabe disiplinado and ganda talaga.no wonder mas asensado pa sila sa other countries here in EU.

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    2. Hindi pwede dito sa atin yan! Rally ang kakaharapin niyan at magrerecruit pa ng mga dukha para marami sila sa kalsada! Pero gustong gusto komprontahin ang China thru diplomatic means na ang retaliation is military might nila sa sea. No Fishing!

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    3. yes, the price to pay for a progressive country.

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    4. 1:16 not everyone is required to undergo military training because people volunteer. Kung wala or kulang ang signup, kailangan mandatory

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  6. Kaya pala walang gusto tumira dyan sa SG. Higpit pala.

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    1. aside sa discipline, expensive din to live

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    2. actually maganda yun social security system nila kumikita din mga members kahit wala pang 60 may nakukuha na. at sa housing nila grabe cannot be pass sa new generation kailangan parin nila bilhin

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    3. Ha? Walang gustong tumira? Cgurado ka? Teh kung paghihigpit lng ang paguusapan kelangan ng pinas ng ganitong higpit. Dahil abusado tayo s kalayaan.

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    4. Yung mga walang disiplina ayaw jan at mga delinquents. Hahatawin kasi nila sa likod ewan ko ba bakit nagpapressure yan sa Amerika na hindi paluin yung American minor Citizen na nagvandal pintura ng mga sasakyan at public property. Dapat pinalo nila sa ulo!

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    5. Law-abiding citizens think otherwise @12:00! LOL LOL

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    6. ano’ng wala? singapore is pretty populous considering its land size.

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    7. Haha mali ka. Ako OFW from Singapore, lumipat ng UAE for some personal reason pero gustong-gusto ko bumalik ng Singapore. Same din sa friend kong nasa USA, gusto din bumalik sa Singapore at dun tumira.

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    8. @119 Na-cane yung US minor na yun. Hindi nagpasindak kay Clinton si LKY. Binawasan nga lang yung bilang ng palo.

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    9. I've been there. It's a boring country. Parang walang life mga tao. Aaga magsara mga store. Maliit lang land area, kaya mong libutin isang araw buong SG.

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    10. No, di mo kayang libutin ng isang araw.

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    11. 2:48 uhm, mas maaga po magsara ang shops at resto sa London, Australia at New Zealand. layuan mo ang travel pag may time at anda. ;)

      pero fine, boring sa Sg... bawal ang mga rally. very effective ang transport system, bahay to office in 1 hour tops. 15% max lang ang income tax. walang bagyo, mahina ang lindol, pinaka-disaster dito eh ang haze na galing Indonesia. at pwede maglakad sa daan nang lasing at 2am ang mga babae na walang mangyayari sa kanila.

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    12. Yun ngang weekly day off ng mga ofw dyan ipinaglalaban pa even ng mismong mga citizens nila. I have been to both HK and Singapore, i prefer HK disiplinado din ang mga tao kahit hindi ganun kahigpit sa Singapore ang implementation.

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    13. 248 define maaga, sure ka as SG ka pumunta? Baka sa Europe, dun maaga magsara.

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    14. I visited SG several times, I love the country and you feel safe all the time.

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    15. 2:32 e di nagpapressure pa din. bakit binawasan dahil me international clamor e pag citizens nila complete ang caning. dapat dinagdagan at pinalo pa sa ulo para ipakita sa West at UN ang tamang pagdidisiplina at wag silang makialam!

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    16. 6:40 Hmm nakakatawa na people like you who dont work here mas know it all pa than us who actually work here. LOL

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    17. IT'S A SAFE COUNTRY BUT THEY DON'T ENJOY AS MUCH FREEDOM AS WE DO. KULONG SILA AGAD IF THEY CRITICIZE THE GOVERNMENT.

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  7. Naku kahit dito sa pinas may ganyan dati naabutan kame nyan pag di ka nag rotc di ka makaka graduate kaso dito nababayaran..

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  8. mahigpit talaga ang SG, may kakilala ako halos isumpa ang Sg kasi he wasn't able to enter the country as tourist because his passport was expiring in 5 months kahit na US passport holder sya.

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    1. 6 months validity usually kasi baks.

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    2. true 2:09 nakalagay sa US passport website at SG.

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    3. Yes mahigpit sila kahit sa mga turista que US o Filipino citizen ka parehas lang. Hindi pwedeng malapit nang mapaso ang passport mo kapag pumasok ka sa kanila. Talagang matanong ang immigration officers nila tapos minsan nakakasindak ang tingin. lol Ako nataon noon sa tomboy na immigration officer. Nasindak ako kasi talagang tumitig siya. lol

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    4. Sya pa talaga may karapatan mang-sumpa sya na nga ang hindi nag babasa ng terms & conditions. Haha

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    5. Kahit anong passport ka pa meron di ka talaga papasukin dahil 6 months dapat. Pwede lng if resident ka ng country! Wala sya karapatan magalit jusko!

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    6. 3:05 entitled lang sya kasi feeling nya porke US passport holder eh he can enter SG lol

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    7. Pakisabi sa kakilala mo walang karapatang mang sumpa ang shunga. Please lang.

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  9. kaya nga umalis na si Kevin Kwan.

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  10. I was shocked when my european colleagues told me that among the asian countries they look up to Singapore next to Japan. As in they all thought na mahal ang cost of living there and very disciplined daw. SG didn't put up that kind of reputation para sa wala lang. They are very disciplined na dapat gayahin ng ibang nation. I cant see anything wrong sa military service kung sa ikauunlad ng bansa nila and can produce a disciplined young men. Right?

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    1. Mga pinsan kong Fil-Singaporeans dumaan din sa military training. Dito sila pinanganak pero dinala sila sa Singapore dahil umuwi na dun yung tatay nilang Singaporean dahil sa backlash ng galit ng Pinoy dahil sa pagbitay kay Flor Conteplacion. Talagang nadisiplina sila dun. Kapag may nakitang candy wrappers o ano mang kalat sa kalye hindi pwedeng hindi nila lingunin, pulutin at itapon sa trash bin. Ganun nila kamahal ang bansa nila. They treat it as their own house na dapat malinis parati. Yung citizen military training ang nawala sa atin kaya dumami ang mga adik. Ngayon puro gadgets ang inaatupag ng millennials. Blessed tayo sa population pero hindi paigtingin ang pagdisiplina ng estado sa mga kabataan para maging good quality citizens. I think if we can’t do it in a unitary system baka sa federal system magawa yan dahil regional na ang constituencies. Each federated region can impose their own laws/rules. Kung ayaw ng NCR o Calabarzon ng citizen military training tapos gusto ng Northern Luzon eh may kalayaan silang ipatupad ito.

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    2. True. Sana mabago ang pilipinas pati mga citizen sana simulan nila maging disiplinado sa sarili nila. Pagka galing ko sa ibang bansa na-hawa ako sa "claygo" at sinubukan kong gawin yun dito sa pilipinas kahit na nakakawalang gana pag nakikita mo yung iba na may sign na ng claygo nilalayasan nalang yung kinainan sa table. Sad sad

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  11. see. no matter how good the govt is. ANG FILIPINO MKAKAHANAP AT MAKAKAHANAP NG MPUPUNA. OO CAPSLOCK PRA INTENSE! sisihin p tlga ang sg kesa dun s lumabag ng batas. lols only at the pilipins

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  12. Parang ROTC something ang katumbas sa atin before. Para if war or anything na mangyari makakatulong private individuals

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    1. Rolf rotc is a joke. Ibang iba ang military training sa ibang bansa.

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    2. Nag ROTC ako and I'm pretty sure di ako marunong humawak ng tutuong rifle pag gera na. Walang natulong ROTC, natuto lang ako mag march. hahaha

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    3. joke or not ang rotc dati at least disiplinado kahit papano kasi mandatory, un nga lang nauso bayaran, pano pang nagkagiyera? sino ihaharap nyo yung mga hypebeast? mga pabebe?

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    4. ROTC (nor CAT) is different from a military training. Although noong araw na gustong pulbusin ni Erap ang armed rebels sa Mindanao, may pahapyaw na reminder ang mga commandants na pwedeng ipadala ang mga trainees ng ROTC, then CAT sa Mindanao kapag nangailangan ang armed forces.

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  13. Matanda na siya ngayon. He will go to jail siguro.

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  14. Wow, he got away with it for a long time.

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  15. i love Singapore after watching Crazy, Rich Asian last Friday. The place is amazing!

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  16. Dapat may ganyan din sa atin. Ang dami tuloy walang disiplinang kabataan ngayon dahil hindi pinatikim ng military training.

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    1. Have u ever thought that maybe there's no discipline coming from the parents/guardians of the kids? You can't expect the military to train your kids when it comes to their behavior. That should start at home. There are plenty of children who didn't get military training and grew up to be good citizens.

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    2. Agree 3:41. And discipline should start at home. Ugali sa bahay nadadala sa labas.

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    3. hindi lang po disiplina at pagiging good citizen ang itinuturo sa military training. more than that, itinuturo dito ang mga skills na kakakailanganin kapag dumating ang panahon na kailangang lumaban para sa bansa.

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  17. kaloka...dahil sa big success ng CRA , tinitira na cya.

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    1. 2:22 Hindi naman matagal na siyang wanted akala niya sa success ng CRA hindi siya makukulong that's why maunlad ang bansang SG lahat ng tao dun pantay-pantay kahit sobrang yaman mo kailangan mong sumunod hindi gaya dito kapag may pera ka wala ng kaso

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  18. Bakit kaya? I saw the movie last weekend okay naman wala namang political undertones. It's just a rom com.

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    1. He is still a citizen of Singapore. He evaded mandatory military service in Singapore. The movie nor political issues doesn't have anything to do with this.

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  19. Kahit na American Citizen na sya? Pwede pa ba syang ikulong? Kaloka naman. Ang alam ko, sa oath taking kapag nirenounce mo na ang citizenship mo at inaccept mo na ang bagong citizenship walang magagawa yung isa. Eh bakit ganun? Naguluhan ako.

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    1. 3:03 sa pagkakaintindi ko sa news hindi tinangap ng SG yung application nya to renounce the SG Citizenship without serving NS and he has no valid exit permit. Meaning SG citizen pa din sya.

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    2. baka US green card holder sya kaya hinahabol pa rin sya ng SG.

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    3. hindi pa ata sya US citizen kasi according sa article "had been turned down in his attempt to renounce his Singaporean citizenship in 1994. Kwan has lived in the U.S. since about 1990."

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    4. This. Alam ko rin being US Citizen automatically renounced your current citizenship. Yan ang ginagawa ng SKoreans na gustong umiwas sa traning..

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    5. Nag-google ako. Hindi pwedeng mag-renounce ang male citizens until natapos nila yung training.

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    6. Rejected nga baks di ba yung pag renounce nya sa kanyang singaporean citizenship.. need ata clear k muna from ur own country bago mo ma renounce

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    7. So kelangan pa palang magpaalam sa sg para magpalit ka ng citizenship? Sa oath taking kse dun mo sasabihin na tatalikuran mo na ang current citizenship mo at magiging US citizen ka na. Wala namang nakalagay na with approval of your current citizenship...blah blah.. you are now US Citizen.

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  20. Nakakamiss ang SG. Ilang taaon ako dun pero di ako na lungkot sa dami ba naman ng pinoy dun. Yung military service nila dumadaan naman pagaaral kung saan ka ilalagay. May mga kilala ako na office work lang sya. Yung iba na kaya ang talagang dumaan sa training na takbuhan dun sila ilalagay. May uba nga parang community service ang ginagawa. Iba kasi ang feeling kung lumalabas ang pagmamalasakit at pagmamahal sa bansa.

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  21. He was 11 when his family moved to Houston Texas. Sobrang higput lang talaga sa Singapore.

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  22. He should be deported back to SG

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  23. For those questioning SG rules on Military Service, basa lang sa MINDEF website. Local man or Permanent Residents at alam na kailan at anong edad mag-start ang training. Should you wish to delay it, which I think is up to 20 years of age, because of schooling ay pwede naman. Kung lalabas ka out of SG for more than 2 years, you have to advise the Ministry and pay the bond of around S$75k. If you wish to totally avoid it, may process na dapat sundin. Hindi kung kelan of age ka na tsaka ka magre-renounce ng Citizenship or withdraw ng PR mo. The key is observe and follow the law at di ka naman hahabulin ng ganyan. Hindi uubra sa SG and deadma attitude tapos pag naipit maga-appeal ka.

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    1. no wonder a lot of Singaporeans are moving here in Houston to escape this barbarism.

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    2. Yesss daming alam

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    3. Oo madami akong alam dahil 23 years akong tumira sa SG

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  24. Old money ang family ni Kevin Kwan pero walang kawala sa batas. Sana ganyan din sa Pinas. Pero I thought hindi na siya Singaporean citizen because they moved to the US when he was 11.

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