Yet, people don’t want to go to the park. They want to complain in pubs and Facebook groups. These teenagers that complain about things they know nothing about are immature.

They should approach their Member of Parliament, and try to solve the problem. But these people want an audience. That’s why they go to Facebook to complain.

Anthony Fulwood , English teacher from the UK who has been living here for the past five years, defending Singapore from criticisms on a Facebook group.

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