Teo Ser Luck claims Filipino sub-committee in RC was never formed, ST says poster in Tagalog was put up by a "Singaporean". Do you buy their story?

Hardwarezone Forum, 14 Oct 2013
Minister of State for Trade and Industry Teo Ser Luck has clarified that a resident’s committee (RC) in his Punggol Central ward did not set up a Filipino sub-committee.
Singapolitics understands that a Singaporean in the Compassvale Villa RC had put up a sign in Tagalog asking for volunteers to join a Filipino sub-committee earlier this year, as an effort to improve integration in the community.
A photo of the sign has been circulated online recently, re-igniting the debate about the lack of integration between foreigners and locals.
Only one such sign was posted in the RC’s vicinity, and was taken down a few days later when Mr Teo, an MP for Pasir-Ris Punggol GRC, which Punggol Central comes under, found out about it. The committee was never formed. Full story

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