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1 Making Sports Our National Language on Tue Nov 06, 2012 12:01 pm

Loopaholic


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Our minister's Mr Lawrence Wong wants to make sports our national language. First thing that comes to mind is what's in for us table tennis players? Are we gonna get more free venues to play? How nice that would be?

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2 Re: Making Sports Our National Language on Tue Nov 06, 2012 2:40 pm

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Making Sports Our National Language means we "talk" about sports everywhere , everyday , every minute .... , tis is how i see it , hahaha , maybe like Loopaholic said more Venues not to play but to speak the language instead ... :)

BTW i tot that our "National Language" is Melayu ?

3 Re: Making Sports Our National Language on Tue Nov 06, 2012 5:08 pm

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I believe that's true - about the national language.

More venues - possible. More free venues also possible but don't put too high hopes on that one. Wink

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4 Re: Making Sports Our National Language on Sat Apr 20, 2013 1:56 pm

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National Game : Table Tennis for everyone ?
What do you all think ....... ? I support it 100%
Reason : suitable for our Asian physiques , low investment , easy and cheap to organise , all ages possible , both male and female can play together.

5 Re: Making Sports Our National Language on Sat Apr 20, 2013 5:00 pm

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Wrong n very selfish !!!
If that really happened , then other sport will be corner to no place!!!

Fair competition n fair development.

Sport is an art.
N shouldn't restricted to one kind of development !

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6 Re: Making Sports Our National Language on Sat Apr 20, 2013 10:16 pm

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Lawrence Wong (simplified Chinese: 黄循财; traditional Chinese: 黃循財; pinyin: Huáng Xúncái; born 18 December 1972) is a Singaporean politician. A member of the governing People's Action Party (PAP), he is currently the Acting Minister, Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth and Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information. He is also formerly a Senior Minister of State at the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Information, Communications & the Arts, and Member of Parliament (MP) representing the West Coast Group Representation Constituency.

What has this guy gotta do with sports let alone ping pong.Loopaholic maybe we should try Mdm. Halimah Ya'acob.

7 Re: Making Sports Our National Language on Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:50 am

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Sakuragi wrote:Wrong n very selfish !!!
If that really happened , then other sport will be corner to no place!!!

Fair competition n fair development.
National Sport just like National Language , we say to promote non-compulsory, like promote use your hand campaign , promote speak mandarin , promote courtesy etc etc as a National Campaign . Table tennis like any other could be encouraged and promoted . Like having more TT tables in and around the estate / parks / rest areas , create awareness.
Besides , its cheap , all weather and easy to carry around .... best of all ! can use as a FAN while you are waiting under the 36 degree weather for your Bus to take you home ..... hahahaha , how convenient !
Aunties can use it to fan their hot kopi-o or porridges.
Beat that irritating housefly , and wave good-bye to their uncle boyfriends !!!!
For ladies , she can use it to WACK the cheekohpek sitting next to her pretending to be asleep . hehehe
Pingpong bat - for all weather and for all intend and purposes !!!! Icon for our National Sports !

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