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  1. Cny tiger, this year will rawr or not
    5 points
  2. He booked a date on the wrong site, on the right site, he pay them to satisfy all his fetishes.
    5 points
  3. Look like those bed that prepare for coffin
    5 points
  4. Diam diam rah kgks Juz nao jiak melayu cai png for dessert during lunch.
    4 points
  5. I wonder why people choose to eat Bak Kwa during CNY when you can eat during the rest of the 363 days at a much cheaper price
    4 points
  6. sia jin kumgong. Towkay me implement this weekly chartered flight to nowhere, confirm sia will be black black in 1 mth.
    4 points
  7. Ky Later I rawr wif my atb gf wahaha
    4 points
  8. if i got 8k why will i choose a a old woman. Got 8k i can choose Grade AAA vietbu already
    4 points
  9. I feel no mood around.... most shop in my neighbourhood like doing slow business. Maybe the high cost of shipping is making businesses earning less profit.
    4 points
  10. There’s a growing worldwide movement led by young people. Weighed down with overwhelming college debt, unable to find decent paying jobs (leading to the inability to purchase homes), stuck in low paying jobs with no future and being forced into the gig economy made Gen-Zs and Millennials feel misled and betrayed by their elders. They were told if they went to school, followed all the rules, they’d live the American Dream—a nice large home in the suburbs with a white picket fence, or a cool New York City apartment, couple of kids, pets, fancy vacations and luxury automobiles. For many, this dream never materialized. Reddit hosts an Antiwork subreddit with over 1.5 million self-described “idlers.” The group, which has members from across the world, is a home for “those who want to end work, are curious about ending work, want to get the most out of a work-free life, want more information on antiwork ideas and want personal help with their own jobs/work-related struggles.” This movement means something different to the people on the site. If taken at face value, some members are sick and tired of working and don’t have any interest in finding a new job anytime soon. Others want to vent their frustrations. A common, unifying theme is that workers feel that they are being taken advantage of, forced to work long hours for low wages and treated rudely by their unsympathetic managers. In the Great Resignation trend, roughly 40% of the jobs that people quit were in the restaurant, hotel, travel, bars, warehouses, manufacturing and healthcare sectors. These folks contend with long, constantly changing hours, rude customer behaviors, low wages and high stress. These workers are pushing back against poor pay, unpleasant working conditions and a lack of respect from management. Once they’ve left, many take their time to seek out new types of opportunities that offer meaningful work and a path to advance. The younger generation may be the first group in modern history that won't do better financially than their parents. With tens or hundreds of thousands in student-loan debt, young adults find it almost impossible to purchase a home, get married and start a family. The debt burden, along with rising home prices and inflation, doesn’t leave them with sufficient funds to afford the lifestyle that Baby Boomers took for granted. This is happening in China too. Multibillionaire Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba, championed the work culture known as "996." This number refers to Ma’s belief that everyone in his company should happily work from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., six days a week. It's equivalent to America’s “hustle- porn,” rise-and-grind culture that resonated in the pre-pandemic time period. The younger generation of Chinese workers are not fond of Ma’s work code. As reported by the South China Morning Post, the Gen-Z workers are known to “slack off by refusing to work overtime, delivering medium-quality work, going to the toilet frequently and staying there for a long time, playing with their mobile phones or reading novels at work.” This is their way of pushing back on the demands of long hours without pay that is commensurate with their efforts. Working at a slower pace is a form of protest. It’s their way of saying, “We don’t think that we’re being treated fairly.” Similar to the complaints of both Millennials and Gen-Zs in America, the young Chinese people contend that their meager earnings won’t afford them a house or a financially comfortable life. As opposed to prior generations, some of the Chinese youth are not buying into the hustle culture and putting a premium on having a well-rounded lifestyle. They’ve adopted the mantra of “lying flat.” This term means “doing the bare minimum to get by, and striving for nothing more than what is absolutely essential for one’s survival.” The mindset is that lying down is a protest against participants in a workplace and economy that they don’t believe in or feel that they are getting a fair shot. Similar to many in the U.S., the Gen-Z and Millennials are forsaking purchasing homes and starting families. President Xi Jinping is not too pleased with this trend, stating, “It is necessary to prevent the stagnation of the social class, unblock the channels for upward social mobility, create opportunities for more people to become rich, and form an environment for improvement in which everyone participates, avoiding involution and lying flat.” He is concerned that the lying flat is in direct conflict with the “Chinese Dream” or a “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.” Lying down and related trends sadly shows the discouragement and disconnection of young adults from the workplace and economy. This needs to be addressed. It’s not healthy for the young people and society when there is so much unhappiness. If our political leaders ignore this clear call for help and change, conditions will only worsen over time.
    4 points
  11. Did you put your lip on the red lip on the picture, like kissing then use your tongue to la chee Be honest don't be shy, we all adults
    4 points
  12. 59yo still need to work as phv on nite shift means something is really wrong with cpf.
    4 points
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  15. Burn also not their money. No accountability! No apologies, No Resignation, no hari kiri!
    4 points
  16. jin kumgong just approach kgk xdd @HarrisY and he will offer to be her sponsor. so simple.
    4 points
  17. Cold war over so long liao still wan play nuke
    3 points
  18. lol wut the next nuclear war will wipe out most if not all of human population
    3 points
  19. Book out from atb's lion dance camp loh ! N going to jiak cai png b4 going home for sista wahaha Wassup my loyal kgk fans? All werking rike dkgks? GANG SI HOR DKGKS WAHAHA!
    3 points
  20. I dun waste time miting blainless peepur rah wahaha
    3 points
  21. Chiu jiak sai one, dun jiak human food chiu huan loh wahaha
    3 points
  22. Chiur face oso realli rook rike my lao sai leh Blainless Sai Bin Ong wahaha song boh
    3 points
  23. the official narrative is 2022 will see 7+% if you can believe the country that cannot even report covid cases properly
    3 points
  24. if you think of it. all these chasing for money is really pointless just one virus and we are gone from this earth go forth young men See the world before the world is no longer safe to go to Check out NORWAY
    3 points
  25. jin kumgong woman. she come here, i intro her to our kgk xdd @HarrisY who is the heir and deputy CEO of Stark Enterprise. dont need even to spend 1k.
    3 points
  26. welcome back this was posted to see if we can attract you back we miss you here
    3 points
  27. Ya lor, tia gong dis slum ish the worst in SG, even worse den my Meyer slum...
    3 points
  28. sama sama profligate spending and unstainable bla bla bla just that they need to learn to GST the peasants
    3 points
  29. we alrdy got one antiwork kgk here liao. kgk xdd @HarrisY, seems like u r way ahead of the trend.
    3 points
  30. The troll post already begun. The small bite size meat remind me of the small poop when I don't eat enough fiber
    3 points
  31. Blainless sai bin ong @The_King, mit chiur own kind wahaha song boh
    3 points
  32. kgks yall got miss the king of economy rice bo???? let yall ogle at this muahahahaha allowance is for dkgks!!!!
    3 points
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  34. An apartment in The Plaza on Beach Road is the focus of a series of videos that have been shared on TikTok by an unhappy neighbour. In one of the videos seen by TNP, the TikTok user shares the story, writing: “New neighbours moved in a month ago and are running an illegal KTV. I can hear music, dice, drinking games and about 5 to 7 different voices. There’s smoke stench that fills up the common corridor. The noise starts at midnight and peaks at 3am. Each day its (sic) a different group of people. I’ve heard Vietnamese and Taiwanese accents”. A 34-year-old woman, who wanted to be known only as Miss Chen, told Chinese evening daily Lianhe Wanbao that after the new neighbour moved in sometime in October, she was often awakened by loud noises. Frustrated, she decided to install a CCTV camera at her front door to capture the activities last month. When she reviewed the clips, she saw sexily dressed women going in and out of the unit, some behaving intimately with the men. Different men and women can also be seen visiting the unit. A clip shows the men carrying cartons of beer in the unit. PHOTO: Lianhe Wanbao Another video shows a man in black was pulling a suitcase, followed by other men carrying cartons of beer. In another clip, the men and women are walking unsteadily and clearly drunk. “These scenes only happen in the night. It is all quiet during the day,” said Miss Chen. In one clip, she added that she “called the police and security twice but they have not stopped. What else should I do?” Different men and women can be seen going in and out of the unit. PHOTO: Lianhe Wanbao A police spokesman has confirmed the reports, according to Lianhe Wanbao. Miss Chen said that she had accompanied the apartment's security officer to check out the unit and its occupants on Nov 20. A man who answered the door claimed he had just moved in and was hosting a housewarming party. She said they had moved in more than a month ago and "that's so illogical, isn't it?" An apartment in The Plaza on Beach Road is the focus of a series of videos that have been shared on TikTok by an unhappy neighbour. In one of the videos seen by TNP, the TikTok user shares the story, writing: “New neighbours moved in a month ago and are running an illegal KTV. I can hear music, dice, drinking games and about 5 to 7 different voices. There’s smoke stench that fills up the common corridor. The noise starts at midnight and peaks at 3am. Each day its (sic) a different group of people. I’ve heard Vietnamese and Taiwanese accents”. More from AsiaOneRead the condensed version of this story, and other top stories with NewsLite. A 34-year-old woman, who wanted to be known only as Miss Chen, told Chinese evening daily Lianhe Wanbao that after the new neighbour moved in sometime in October, she was often awakened by loud noises. Frustrated, she decided to install a CCTV camera at her front door to capture the activities last month. When she reviewed the clips, she saw sexily dressed women going in and out of the unit, some behaving intimately with the men. Different men and women can also be seen visiting the unit. A clip shows the men carrying cartons of beer in the unit. PHOTO: Lianhe Wanbao Another video shows a man in black was pulling a suitcase, followed by other men carrying cartons of beer. In another clip, the men and women are walking unsteadily and clearly drunk. “These scenes only happen in the night. It is all quiet during the day,” said Miss Chen. In one clip, she added that she “called the police and security twice but they have not stopped. What else should I do?” Different men and women can be seen going in and out of the unit. PHOTO: Lianhe Wanbao A police spokesman has confirmed the reports, according to Lianhe Wanbao. Miss Chen said that she had accompanied the apartment's security officer to check out the unit and its occupants on Nov 20. A man who answered the door claimed he had just moved in and was hosting a housewarming party. She said they had moved in more than a month ago and "that's so illogical, isn't it?"
    3 points
  35. Supper at my favourite wanton noodle shop at 11pm
    3 points
  36. Arriving in Singapore Glad to be home again after almost 2 years
    3 points
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