Dennis Chew, a Singaporean Chinese actor, appeared in an ad campaign for a nationwide cashless payment initiative. I initially learned about the advertisement when my friend Faris Joraimi posted screenshots of it on Instagram. My tweets with screenshots of his posts quickly went viral. As of today, almost people have retweeted my original post. The advertisement has clearly struck a nerve.
What's so funny about racial stereotypes?
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Wife checked her husband's phone and found these names: - The tender one - the amazing one - Lady of my dreams She got angry and called the first number to find out that was his mother. Then she called the second number on which his sister replied. When she dialed the third number her own phone rang!!!! She cried until her eyes got swollen because she had doubted her innocent husband, so she gave him her whole months salary to make up for her sin. Once his mother came to know of the story, she sold all her jewellery and gave him the money Husband took the money and bought a gift for his girlfriend whose name was saved as "Electrician Gopal".
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We have to admit, we're all guilty of stereotyping each other, at one point or another. Of course, biases and prejudices we hold against other races are extremely unhealthy but the Malay community seems to have a great idea to address these stereotypes associated with them. What better way to poke fun at their own race, if not with humour? The Malay community has taken to Twitter to address these stereotypes in the most hilarious way possible using the hashtag NotAllMalays. The hashtag was trending in both Malaysia and Singapore recently as Malays tried to alleviate racial stereotypes associated with them.
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