Update: Very smart and England very powderful reader, DW, pointed out my faux pas in calling it the 2012th Games. Paiseh hor, I change already. Next, a France-powderful reader will point out that my anyhowly use of faux pas was incorrect, as it means "a violation of accepted, although unwritten, social rules".
Thank goodness. It has been a bitch trying to get to Robinson's to look at toys during the Great Police Stakeout of Raffles City.
Some say it is because of the great video London showed.
Some say Paris lost because of the fears of protests and strikes that may happen there.
Chey, if it was protests, demonstrations and strikes that the IOC were concerned about, they should hold the next Olympics in Singapore.
Singapore confirmed will have no protests, demonstrations and strikes.
First of all, Singaporeans have already forgotten what is called protest.
Secondly, want to protest, especially during a major international event happening in Singapore, must get licence, which will not be granted anyway.
Singapore for a Protest-free Olympics 2014! (Update: ya lah, I know it is 2016, but Singapore very on the ball one, other people take four years, we two years enough liao.)
And as you can see from this photo, Singapore also have London.