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Can Singaporean Chinese Speak Chinese? (Prank)


Can you answer these questions in Chinese? Or you also Jiak Kang Tang (Eat Potato) like MOST of the people in the video. *Hope the rest of Singapore not that bad ah!! Please Like, Comment and Subscribe our YouTube viewers!! You matter to us too X) Like us on Facebook!: 🤍

What Singaporeans Think Of China | Street Interview


Did you know that according to a recent survey, Singapore is one of the only countries in the Indo-Pacific that has more favorable views of China compared to the US? We wanted to find out directly from the locals how accurate they think this survey is. So our Asian Boss reporter hit the streets of Singapore to find out what the locals really think of China. The opinions expressed in this video are those of individual interviewees alone and do not reflect the views of ASIAN BOSS or the general Singaporean population. 0:00 - Intro 1:08 - What are your personal views of China? 3:05 - Singaporean media coverage of China 4:01 - Do you think Singaporeans prefer China over the US? 6:37 - Singaporeans on Taiwanese independence 8:15 - Chinese influences in Singapore 9:20 - Factors that influence people's opinions on China 11:40 - Should Singapore work more closely with the US or China? 13:42 - How can Singapore maintain a good relationship with both China and the US? Follow us on social media: Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 TikTok ► 🤍

On Race & Privilege With Chinese Singaporeans | On The Red Dot | Who We Are, What We Eat - Part 3


Musician Linying, marathoner Soh Rui Yong and politician Nicole Seah join Haresh for lunch, to talk about how the ethnic majority view race relations in Singapore. Fresh from writing and performing the National Day Anthem for 2021, singer-songwriter Linying talks to Haresh about representation in the music industry, over a meal of Hainanese Chicken Rice. Next, Singapore’s top marathoner, Soh Rui Yong, takes Haresh for a run, before they chow down at a British-Hainanese café. They discuss Rui Yong’s 2.4km challenge, and how ethnicity and sports are intertwined. Finally, Haresh visits a restaurant frequented by Nicole Seah’s family. Over some Peranakan staples, they talk about Nicole’s childhood memories and the existence of Chinese privilege in Singapore. = About On The Red Dot: CNA's weekly programme documents the stories of ordinary Singaporeans and celebrates their resilience, identity and sense of belonging. = On The Red Dot playlist: 🤍 #CNAInsider #OnTheRedDot #Singapore #Chinese #Diversity For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍

Uncovering Legacy Of Chinese Clan Houses In Singapore | Remember Our House | CNA Documentary


After receiving a mysterious envelope of cash from a clan association after his grandfather's death, documentary filmmaker Douglas Lan begins his quest to discover what Singapore Chinese clans are and what they were for. Learning about the heritage of these centuries-old institutions, Douglas searches for the relevance of these ancient guilds through young members who are sustaining the legacy of their clans. Lynn Wong is a researcher on a mission to document and salvage the memories of clans in Singapore before they disappear. Jolie Yin was the youngest youth president in Singapore clan history and an active member of Chung Shan Association. And Richard Zheng is a new citizen with a young family, finding ways to give back and modernize the clan that has given him a community. Gaining access to their clans and more, Douglas embarks on a journey to understand the purpose of clans today, their struggles, and how they are fighting to stay relevant in the midst of modernity and apathy. #CNAInsider #RememberOurHouseCNA #SingaporeHistory #ChineseClan For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍

How Singapore’s Chinese lessons have changed | Part 1


Hated Chinese classes as a student? Channel NewsAsia’s Lianne Chia did too. She recently went back to school to find out how the way the language is taught has changed over the years. Read about her experience here: 🤍 Follow us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

We tested Singaporeans on COMMON CHINESE WORDS! (CNY SPECIAL)


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Where the real crazy rich Asians of Singapore hang out


Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: 🤍 Fashionista Esther Quek shows off Singapore's must luxurious hangouts. From rooftop bars to exclusive members' clubs, the places where Singapore's crazy rich Asians go to be seen.

Singapore Street Interviews | What Foreigners think about China


We went out on the streets of Singapore to ask random people what their views of China were. We talked to people from Singapore but also Luxembourg, Japan and Portugal to get their candid responses, and were quite surprised at what we found. Stay connected with us here: 💬 Discord: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 📷 Instagram: 🤍 If you'd like to support the channel / 如果你想支持我们的频道: 💰 Donate on PayPal: 🤍 💰 Become a Patron: 🤍 🧧 WeChat / 微信: 🤍 🧧 AliPay / 支付宝: 🤍 ☕ Buy us a coffee: 🤍 ⬇️ Become a Barrett member: 🤍 Binge our best videos playlist here: 🤍 🎵 Music supplied by Epidemic Sound: 🤍 ✍️ The training school where I learned my Chinese (both online and offline). Fantastic school and a great bunch of people: 🤍 Use code BARRETT200 for a 200 RMB / $30 USD discount. ✌️ As always, until next time! *Contains affiliate links*

My Life In Singapore After Learning Mandarin: A Migrant's Experience


When Abhishek Agrawal came to Singapore from India in 2011, he faced every immigrant's challenge of fitting into the local culture. Then he decided to reach out by volunteering, and taking up lessons in Mandarin - and it changed his life in Singapore. From singing Teresa Teng songs at karaoke, to forming friendships with hawkers and his Singaporean Chinese landlord, he found himself making deeper connections. He also co-founded a biomedical start-up, Kinexcs, which is in talks with local hospitals to launch a remote-monitoring device that could bring hope to knee surgery patients. ALSO WATCH: LIfe As An International Student At A Singapore Primary School 🤍 For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍

Singapore is building a city in China | CNBC Reports


CNBC's Uptin Saiidi visits Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City, a joint partnership between China and Singapore which aims to convert farmlands into a modern-day city. - Subscribe to us on YouTube: 🤍 Subscribe to CNBC Life on YouTube: 🤍 Like our Facebook page: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍

Can you translate a conversation English to Chinese? (Part 2)


Give this video a LIKE & COMMENT if you want more Chinese videos! AND Remember to subscribe! Follow the Chinese Pop Star: 🤍theroycelee on Instagram! AND The handsome interviewer: 🤍pravindpaul Hosted by:Jeremiah Chen (🤍jmiah_c) Edited by: Jamie Teo (🤍_jxmieteo) FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM! 🤍 End Credit Music:What's It? - XVAN Like us on Facebook:🤍 Become our Patron on Patreon: 🤍 For Business & Collab Inquiries: holla🤍 #Chinese #translator #bilingual

Singapore and China sign 19 new agreements at annual apex bilateral cooperation summit


Singapore and China have signed 19 new deals at an annual apex cooperation summit, which took place in person for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation (JCBC) is co-chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat and Chinese Vice Premier Han Zheng. Mr Han is making his first trip abroad since the pandemic began. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍

How Colonial Singapore got to be so Chinese


Singapore’s ethnic Han majority has had major influence in its history. And for a while I wondered how it came to be this way. In this video I am going to talk about how Singapore got to be so Han Chinese and at the same time get into some of the wild and wooly early years of the Singapore colony. This video is dedicated to my good Singaporean friends Chris and QQ. Links: - The Asianometry Newsletter: 🤍

Do Singaporeans know Everyday items in Chinese ? | TMTV


We're back with another Chinese Street Interview! I know you guys have been waiting... :D Comment if you did better than most these Singaporeans X) LIKE, SHARE this video!! AND Remember to SUBSCRIBE to join the TM UNIT! Hosted by: Jeremiah Chen (🤍jmiah_c) Editted by: Gerald Oh (🤍geraldohmygod) FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM! 🤍 End Credit Music: What's It? - XVAN Get your Secret Lab chair here : 🤍?rfsn=2597619.2da... Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Become our Patron on Patreon: 🤍 For Business & Collab Inquiries holla🤍 #Everydayitems #Chinese #Test

Is there a 'Chinese privilege' in Singapore? | Street Talk


Singapore law and administration treats all it citizens equally regardless of race. However minorities have reported that they face difficulties in some areas of life such as when applying for jobs. The Chinese, being the majority race here do not face the same obstacles. So is there a 'Chinese privilege' in Singapore? Street Talk takes it to the streets once again to find out more. Follow Happy-TV Media! 🤍 🤍

A taste of Singapore | Easy Mandarin 7


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Xi: China welcomes Singapore's deep involvement in fostering new development paradigm


Chinese President Xi Jinping said China welcomes Singapore's deep involvement in fostering a new development paradigm when meeting with Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Thursday on the sidelines of the 29th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand. Both sides should promote the optimization and upgrading of cooperation projects in the fields of digitalization and green development, complete the follow-up negotiations on the upgrade of the China-Singapore Free Trade Agreement as soon as possible, and improve the level of trade and investment freedom between the two countries, Xi said. #china #singapore #apec #apec2022 For more: 🤍 Subscribe to us on YouTube: 🤍 Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): 🤍 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): 🤍

Xi Calls for High-Quality China-Singapore Cooperation


President Xi Jinping said on Thursday that China welcomes Singapore's in-depth participation in building the new development paradigm and is committed to making "high quality" a distinct feature of cooperation between the two countries. 🤍 Welcome to subscribe us on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Video on Demand: 🤍 If you are in demand of this video footage, please contact with our business development team via email: service🤍

新加坡人竟然都不會講華語了?? | Can Singaporeans Speak Chinese?


CAN or CANNOT speak Chinese? 講中文講得"夠力"?? Music: 🤍

Singaporean scolds worker from China for not speaking English


Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: 🤍 A fresh debate has kicked off in China, after an old clip of a Singaporean man scolding a food court worker from China in the city state for not speaking English resurfaced online.

How Singapore’s Chinese lessons have changed | Part 2


Channel NewsAsia’s Lianne Chia has always found Chinese difficult. We challenged her to go back to school – this time, to attend Higher Chinese lessons. At the end of her three-day stint, she had to write a short essay in 15 minutes. Here’s how she fared. Read about her experience here: 🤍 Follow us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Singapore Senior Minister Tharman on US-China Relations


Singapore's Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam discusses the bilateral relations and tensions between the US and China, and the implications for the global community. US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping agreed to a series of goodwill gestures intended to improve ties between their countries after holding talks on Monday. Tharman speaks at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore. (Excerpts) Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: 🤍 Connect with us on... Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

A Singaporean Daughter in China | On The Red Dot | CNA Insider


Mo Wenxuan is like any other 9-year-old here; you would be hard-pressed to tell she’s a first-generation Singaporean. But how will she fare in her father’s original hometown in China, away from the material comforts in Singapore? For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Watch the full documentary here: 🤍 About the series: In My Parents’ Shoes follows three children as they return to their parents’ homeland to rediscover their roots. The children, between the ages of seven and 11, have spent most of their lives in Singapore, after their parents settled here either as new citizens or permanent residents. The parents, who are from China, India and the Philippines, celebrate their children's integration into Singapore but at the same time, worry that they may lose their traditions. They fear their children may have become too used to the good life, with little idea about how they themselves grew up. In the first of four parts, the parents share their ups and downs of adjusting to Singapore society, and decide to give their children a taste of life in their country of origin.

Symposium on The History of Overseas Chinese in Singapore


The Symposium on The History of Overseas Chinese in Singapore was held on 3 February 2021 to reflect upon Chinese activity in Singapore, from the time of itinerant sea traders, to the era of more permanent settlement in colonial times, and on the establishment of Singapore as an independent nation. It focused on themes such as the history of Chinese education and the shaping of Chinese identities in Singapore, with the aim of inspiring further exploration of the complex and intricate ways in which various ethnic groups have come together to make Singapore what it is today. This symposium was made possible through the Tan Chin Tuan Chinese Culture & Civilisations Programme. Disclaimer: The views or opinions expressed by guest speakers are solely their own and do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Yale-NUS College. Introduction and Keynote Lecture 0:00:15- 01:14:19 Chinese in Singapore: Parallels, Continuities, What’s New Wang Gungwu 王賡武 University Professor, National University of Singapore Panel 1: Chinese Education in Colonial and Post-Colonial Singapore 01:14:20 - 02:52:30 An Introduction to the Chinese Textbook Used by the Colonial Government for the Civil Service Kua Bak Lim 柯木林 Council Member and Chairman of the Research Committee, Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations Disappearing Chinese Vernacular Schools in Singapore: Post-WWII British Decolonisation and Lee Kong Chian’s Failed Struggle Huang Jianli 黃堅立 Associate Professor of History, National University of Singapore Panel 2: Exhibition and Research of Historical Chinese Culture 02:53:31 - 04:18:36 SINGAPO人: Examining Chinese Singapore Culture through the Lens of Exhibition-making Low Sze Wee 劉思偉 Chief Executive Officer, Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre New Approaches to the History of Overseas Chinese in Singapore: Introducing the Singapore Historical GIS (SHGIS) and the Singapore Biographical Database (SBDB) Kenneth Dean 丁荷生 Raffles Professor of Humanities and Head, Department of Chinese Studies, National University of Singapore Panel 3: The Articulation of Chinese Identities in Singapore 04:18:37 – End Shaping Singapore’s Chinese Identities Kwa Chong Guan 柯宗元 Senior Fellow, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University Adjunct Associate Professor (Honorary), History Department, National University of Singapore Racialising ‘Chinese’ in Southeast Asia: The Case of Singapore at the Turn of the 20th Century Kwee Hui Kian 郭慧娟 Associate Professor of Chinese, National University of Singapore

Chinese-English Translator Test ( How Bilingual are you? )


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The new artificial Chinese MEGACITY in SINGAPORE (that you’ve never heard of) - VisualPolitik EN


This video is sponsored by Newsvoice. Download Newsvoice for free: 🤍 Let’s fix the news. Together. Singapore is a giant economic hub at the regional and even global levels. A huge center of economic activity. That is precisely why one of the largest real estate projects of all time was launched in 2006: Forest City. A huge new city built by Chinese companies, with Chinese capital and the support of Xi Jinping's government. We are talking about an investment of more than 100 billion dollars with which China hopes to extend its economic tentacles over the city of Singapore. How does it hope to do this? In this video, we tell you about it and we also give you all the details of this new megacity. Support us on Patreon! 🤍 And don't forget to visit our friend’s podcast, Reconsider Media: 🤍

Chinese billionaires' exodus to Singapore after Party Congress; Single-woman is a new trend in China


0:00 Highlights 0:27 Chinese billionaires' exodus to Singapore expected to intensify after last month’s Party Congress 2:01 Single-woman becomes a new trend in China 3:37 Millions of devices with TikTok installed could be ‘technically compromised’: FBI director 4:42 Zhuzhou police scare residents with armored vehicles: Many people stand up to the authorities - #SpotlightOnChina #China #ChinaInsights

The Oldest Chinese Restaurant in Singapore: Spring Court - Food Stories


Spring Court has been around since 1929 and has just recently celebrated its 90th birthday, making it the oldest family run Chinese restaurant in Singapore. Produced by: Nathaniel Lim Edited by: Nathaniel Lim Shot by: Nathaniel Lim and Thaddeus Loh Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

FINALLY Found an ALL YOU CAN EAT Chinese Sichuan Buffet & STARBUCKS MOONCAKES in Singapore


Get Surfshark VPN at 🤍 - Enter promo code DUMPLING for 83% off and 3 extra months for free! First buffet experience in Singapore and found a restaurant serving all you can eat Chinese Sichuan food and dim sum! Also, found some interesting mooncakes at Starbucks for around 62 Singapore dollars. Sichuan Dou Hua Restaurant ➔ Join my Discord! 🤍 ★ Check out my Twitch: 🤍 *MORE EXCLUSIVE Content on Instagram* ✩ 🤍 ➔ Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! 🤍 ✸ Strictly Dumpling T-Shirts HERE: 🤍 ➣ Subscribe for MORE videos about food! 🤍 ➣ Subscribe to my Vlog Channel! 🤍 ★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★ Facebook Show Page: 🤍 Facebook Mike Fan Page: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ◈ Equipment I use for filming◈ : Sony RX100 Mark V: 🤍 PANASONIC LUMIX G85: 🤍 Wide Angle Lens: 🤍 Camera Mic: 🤍 Camera Lights: 🤍 Handheld Audio Recorder: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Drone: 🤍 My Favorite Cookware! wok/pan 🤍 Also this pan 🤍 Pressure pan 🤍 Nonstick pot 🤍 - ♫ Music from: Epidemic Sound 🤍

8. On Singapore's bilateral relations with China (SG50+ Conference 2015)


Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong spoke at a dialogue session at the SG50+ Conference organised by the Institute of Policy Studies and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy on 2 July 2015. The dialogue was moderated by Dr Fareed Zakaria. The transcript of the dialogue is available on the PMO website at 🤍 (PMO Video by Alex Qiu and Chiez How)

US-China conflict 'more likely' than five years ago, says Singapore PM - BBC News


Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has told the BBC that a clash between the US and China is more likely than it was five years ago. However, he maintained that the odds of military conflict are "not yet high". The prime minister said if both nations continue to take a hard line because of domestic considerations, they could easily find themselves at an impasse. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #BBCNews

Singapore's Mother Tongue Struggle: How Bilingual Are We? | Talking Point | Full Episode


Ever feel stumped carrying out a conversation in Chinese, Malay or Tamil? Join Steven Chia as he puts his Mandarin to the test, by finding out how we can learn our Mother Tongue more effectively. Under Singapore's education system, most of us have received 10 years of compulsory Mother Tongue education. But, are we really effectively proficient in it? In this episode of Talking Point, host Steven Chia uncovers just what it would take for our kids to be better in their Mother Tongue. Double hatting as a teaching assistant, Steve told stories to a class of 18-month-old kids as he closely observed them. Are these kids really learning and is there a need to start THIS early? Would acquiring new languages at a young age enable our kids to be more fluent? And to find out how Mother Tongue learning can be made more fun and enjoyable, Steve even meets an 11 year old boy, who introduced him to a game he uses for his REVISION! Watch more #TalkingPoint: 🤍 About the show: Talking Point investigates a current issue or event, offering different perspectives to local stories and revealing how it all affects you. #CNAInsider #CNATalkingPoint #Singapore #MotherTongue #Education For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍

Working in Singapore Ep 1 (Chinese)


MOM's two-part TV show on illegal employment and kickbacks!

为什么我们要做新加坡华文视频? Singaporeans’ Chinese... (Eng/Chi Sub)


We are a pair of sisters from Singapore and we post a video on YouTube every week! :D 我们是来自新加坡的姐妹花,每周都会发视频哦~ 我们的视频,都会尽量加上中文字幕,方便大家都理解,所以记得订阅支持我们 GET TO KNOW US BETTER AT: Tiffanie - 🤍 Michy - 🤍 FACEBOOK PAGE - 🤍 Collaborations/Advertising - tiffwithmi🤍

Armies of Singapore, China conclude 10-day joint military exercise


A 10-day joint military exercise between the Singapore Armed Forces and the Chinese People's Liberation Army has concluded. The exercise involved 240 personnel and the training involved competencies such as weapon handling and close quarter battle techniques. The final mission was a counter-terrorism exercise within Murai Urban Training Facility in Lim Chu Kang. Launched in 2009, Exercise Cooperation underscores the warm and friendly defence relations between the two countries, while also strengthening mutual trust and understanding. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service: WhatsApp: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

What could Singapore do if the Chinese military attacked?


Play Conflict of Nations for FREE on PC, iOS or Android: 💥🤍 Receive a Unique Starter Pack, available only for the next 30 days! This video tries to simulate a hypothetical war between China and Singapore. How would the distance impact the battles? What'd China use to get to Singapore? What can Singapore do to defend itself? This first part of the two part video series focuses on air war and naval war issues. The second part will talk more about ground troop invasion options. Part 2 can be found here: 🤍 Music by Matija Malatestinic 🤍 Images used in thumbnail: F-15SG by US DoD Singapore skyline by dronepicr, CC BY 2.0 (🤍 via Wikimedia Commons Go to 🤍 if you want to help support our channel. And enjoy the perks such as get access to our videos with no ads and get early access to various content. Suggest country pairs you'd like to see in future videos over at our website: 🤍 You can also browse for other Binkov T-Shirts or Binkov merch, via the store at our website, 🤍 Subscribe to Binkov's channel for more videos! 🤍 Follow Binkov's news on Facebook! 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍

Why are some Singapore students choosing to study in China?


China has become a destination of choice for a growing number of Singaporean university students looking for exchange programmes and work experience. CNA's Olivia Siong meets Singaporeans in Beijing to find out why and learn about their aspirations. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our Telegram news service: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Something new is developing in the U.S.-China relationship, ex-Singapore diplomat says


The U.S. strategy of applying pressure on China has not worked, and the Biden administration is now trying to do something different by holding meetings with their Chinese counterparts, says Kishore Mahbubani, a distinguished fellow at the National University of Singapore's Asia Research Institute.

Chinese Writing Test (In Singapore!) | Can you get em all?


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Testing Singaporean Chinese China Chinese 考验新加坡人的中文水平


Now that I'm officially back in Singapore, what better way to start the year with my first Singapore video than testing Singaporeans on what I have learnt when I was abroad? Since CHINESE NEW YEAR is round the corner, in this episode, I will be testing some of my friends on some Chinese vocabulary that perhaps, you do not hear on a regular basis. Instagrams: Jing Kai - 🤍 Nicole - 🤍 Lionel - 🤍 An Jun - 🤍 Zhi Heng - NIL Mei Jin - 🤍 Annabel - 🤍

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