Originally Posted by ayjiahui
Read my response. I didn't say all. Please note that my response was written in the context that not all who pursue the local university path are trash and that I am writing all this in defense of those who are not 'trash'. And yes, my point also had isi tersirat. Thanks.
The statement that "Local grads are trash" should not even be mentioned REGARDLESS of the percentage of 'trash' graduates that are produced because there will always be local graduates who are gems. That statement alone means that ALL LOCAL GRADS ARE TRASH. Which is.. false.
I wouldn't say that local graduates are trash neither, obviously not to non-Bumis for whom I really respect them for their strong determination and passion in the pursuit of knowledge. My elder sister is a local graduate, and I believe that my younger sister will be a local graduate too in future.
What was your implicit meaning within your context then? Mind enlighten me? Thanks in advance!
Obviously the statement "Local grads are trash" is flawed as what you have mentioned, but the statement is somewhat true to a certain extent as what we all knew, in which the person who stated it did not clarify it in the first place.
Originally Posted by shuwenteo
Nicholasng925, you're going to have a fight with the majority. Maybe you'll be accused of challenging article 153. Hahaha
I was just stating the fact!
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