The disgusting habit we have in hawker centres

Other than another annoying “A unique Singapore anti-social behaviour: “choping” with tissue packs“, the not-return-your-own-tray after finished your tray is another bad traits of Singaporeans and residents alike. Read more “The disgusting habit we have in hawker centres“:

“IF THERE’S a habit Singaporeans can’t seem to rid themselves off, it’s picking up after themselves. We’re talking about returning your tray after you’re done eating at a hawker centre. The return-your-tray campaign that the NEA started in November 2012 with a pilot scheme doesn’t seem to have taken off at all, going by TMG checks at four hawker centres. This is despite tray collection points for you to slot your halal or non-halal tray……”

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