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Why S'pore & Not M'sia?
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Chinese actress Gong Li's decision to become a Singapore citizen has sparked an online debate in China, with many branding her a traitor but others defending the star. Gong, who served recently as a Chinese parliament delegate, has to forsake her Chinese citizenship, and the decision triggered some fierce condemnation of the 43-year-old star of "Farewell My Concubine'' and "Memoirs of a Geisha''. "All traitors will be nailed to history's mast of shame...'' one person said in a chat forum on the popular portal Sohu.com. Added another: "Traitors like this don't even love their own country... Let them slink off to other countries and die!''


..... isn't it harsh to brand her a traitor? Someday, more 'Gong Li's' will emerge from their 1.3 billion.

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Re: Why S'pore & Not M'sia?
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everyone has their decisions and we should respect it for whatever reasons. mainland chinese are known to be patriotic people.

and as for malaysians.. we come and go / migrate to another country and never come back. no one really bothers till you become famous or a celebrity in else where. lol

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Re: Why S'pore & Not M'sia?
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Does Michelle Yeoh's Dato title get revoked if she migrated to other countries?

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Re: Why S'pore & Not M'sia?
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Did you know that she's married to a Singaporean, Ooi Hoe Seong?
If you give me the option of Singaporean / Malaysia Citizen, I prefer Singapore because the passport will be VISA-FREE in major countries around the globe, and migration from Singapore to other countries made easy.

Regardless of traitors debate are just some of the flamed words for some. She has the right to choose though. Heard that China's filming industry gone massive bans on sexual, aggressive scenes these days.

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Re: Why S'pore & Not M'sia?
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webbie wrote:
everyone has their decisions and we should respect it for whatever reasons. mainland chinese are known to be patriotic people.

and as for malaysians.. we come and go / migrate to another country and never come back. no one really bothers till you become famous or a celebrity in else where. lol

Patriotic and fanatic are just a gap away.

Mainland Chinese forumers are famous for promptness (and rudeness) in accusations and finger-pointing, while they usually don't really know the deeper fact.

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people have choice to choose, it's their life.

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Does Michelle Yeoh's Dato title get revoked if she migrated to other countries?


I don't think so, look at Dato Shah Rukh Khan, absolutely not Malaysian. But I think the title will only be use when she's in Malaysia.

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