To the government: Don’t tell Limpeh what to say

25May2016

“Like many other Singaporean netizens, I think the government should be less concerned about what comes out of my mouth. Instead, they should tackle the root cause of declining English language standards in Singapore. TMG’s Bertha Henson rightly points to the poor reading culture among the youth. Others have said that the internet is also to blame for the decline. Personally, as long as I can speak freely and be understood by my international cast of friends, who hail from all parts of the world and speak their own unique blend of English, there really should not be a reason to tell me what I can or cannot say lah.”

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