"The club's president Kumar Tapan Rao told The Straits Times on Monday: 'The Rotary Club is not making any donation to any political party. We are raising funds for a project to help the elderly in Singapore.'"
1. You announce your $100,000 donation a few days before the by-election.
2. You give it to the PAP candidate's program.
3. The PAP candidate himself announces your donation.
4. The donation benefits the residents of the ward the candidate is contesting.
But it is all non-political?
Does Mr Kumar Tapan Rao think the public is stupid?
So if the Workers' Party also has a toilet upgrading program, will the Rotary Club donate $100,000 to that too? Because, you know, Rotary Club is non-political what. I hear Hougang also needs a wet market. Donate leh. I am sure the ELECTED representative of Hougang, Mr Png Eng Huat, will welcome any non-political donations from the Rotary Club.
In other news, Joshua Chiang did this really nice poster of Ah Huat and Ah Choo.
Reminds me of my little video of Kee Chiu nodding to that song.
I found it amusing that Joshua included, in small print at the bottom, "Not for use in Temasek Review and Temasek Times".