From Hongkong to Bangkok, from USA to South Africa, from Canada to the UK, the refrain rang out, "Singapore decides not to sue blogger".
Scared the world dunno issit?
Some poor PR department working overtime these few days, I think.
Of course "decides not to sue blogger" lah. The fella apologise until cannot apologise any further liao, with the "unreservedly" all over the place. If sue him after he comply, then he unreservedly apologise so hard for what? That apology was A* grade, ok?
Who knows, Opposition politician Chee Joon Suan may even put you in his next book! Like Daw Aung San Suu Kyi like that.
I know some of you are a little sick of the AcidStar story (eh, no hot chicks with tongue sticking out one ah?), but this is grober buzz leh. Whole world knows "Singapore decides not to sue blogger" now. And we are all feeling safer now, right? Did I forget to tell you that "Singapore decides not to sue blogger"? I did? Ok, good.
Here, for your reading pleasure, the world repeating the same, and almost the same, song:
Yahoo/The Canadian Press
Asia Media Network
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Channel NewsAsia Singapore
And if you readers find more, feel free to add links and countries to the comments below. The Great "Singapore decides not to sue blogger" Viral game!