Curry-Krieg in Singapur!

Laut einem Bericht der Zeitung  ,Today’ am 17. August 2011 gab es einen Krieg  wegen Curry zwischen einer chinesischen Familie aus (PRC) der Volksrepublik China, und einer singapurianischen Familie indischer Abstammung, die Nachbarn sind. Der Streitpunkt entwickelte sich ueber die Currys,  die  die Inderen immer kochen. Die Chinesen aus der Volksrepublik von China moegen Curry und den Geruch gar nicht.
Viele Singapurer sind sehr wuetend ueber die Untoleranz der Chinesen aus (PRC)!Und dann der Minister Shanmugam muss eine politisch(es)-korrekte Erklaerung abgeben. Leider ist die Burgerschaft sind nun nicht zufrieden…

Typisch kommunistische Schweine!

Curry is one of Singapore’s national dishes, a dish that is equally loved, although in different forms, by the island’s British, Chinese, Indian and Malay populations.

So there was an instant uproar when a local newspaper reported that one Chinese family, recently arrived from the mainland, had taken offence at their Indian neighbours’ dining habits.

“The family resorted to mediation because they could not stand the smell of curry,” reported the Today newspaper. “The Indian family, who were mindful of their neighbours’ aversion, had already taken to closing their doors and windows whenever they cooked the dish, but this was not enough,” it added.

Instead, the unnamed Chinese family took their neighbours to Singapore’s Community Mediation Centre for a ruling on the matter.

Marcellina Giam, the mediator, eventually ruled that the Indian family could only cook curry when the Chinese family was not at home. In return, the Chinese family promised to try the dish.

Reliable reports put a figure of 1 million Chinese immigrants from the People’s Republic of China in Singapore. many are unable to integrate into Singapore society whioch has caused undesirable tensions.


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