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Saturday, 10 September 2016

Vietnamese steward flying for SIA ?


An Dung (not his real name) who used to fly for a middle eastern airline is now with SIA so I was told. Please correct me if I am wrong.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Today Vietnam,tomorrow take from Bangladesh, Indonesia, etc.

Anonymous said...

Dodn't you 70% voted for this?

Anonymous said...

Came across a report in the Financial Times yesterday. To make up for the shortage of foreign labour in the Food and Beverage business, Singapore is now relying on robots to deliver meals to customers at some food outlets. Are there no Singapore workers available? The oldest working citizen in Japan is reported to be 104 years old and still working. What has happened the little red dot?

Anonymous said...

Good question.Why can't they ask the cardboard collectors instead? These guys need the money so why not just hire them.

Anonymous said...

There are lots of senior citizens who are willing to work but sadly, those reemployed do not last very long. Besides taking a pay and CPF cut, they also have to do more work. Doing the job of three persons is common. Any takers? As for the old lady found collecting cardboard boxes, TCJ, the minister had commented that it was good exercise. Certainly do not find this amusing.

Anonymous said...

Why you deleted the comments here?

Anonymous said...

Singapore taxi drivers are the highest educated in the world. Their jobs have been given to foreigners on work permits or employment passes. Cardboard collectors have been laughed off as being good as a form of exercise. BT and his buddies had probably the best deal in the airline history. They did not get to fly as long as the crew today, got to work in the office and spend time with family, without losing out on flying as part of their jobs. Their party with SIA came to a screeching end when one ambitious SVP suddenly announced their retirement.

Name and shame the SVP said...

Who?

Anonymous said...

No need to. He is already so well known. Don't you know?

Anonymous said...

It generally was a changing time.To be fair,it was a prayers come true for some, you may might be surprised.Along with the baby bath ,the get good get thrown out.I agree that you should not deserve such. You have my prayers all along. The cycle continues and budget airline was born ,helm BT the SVP.

Anonymous said...

SIA is right to have started Silk Air as its regional airline and remains so today. It is doing very well and the future continues to look promising. All eyes are also on Vistara, our alliance with TATA and Sons that operates in the Indian continent. Our maiden flights to Canberra and Wellington have finally taken off while Scoot has announced its long haul budget flights to Athens and Hokkaido. Iran Air is finally reviving. Another opening. Our last flights there ended during the 1979 Revolution.

No love loss for this unscrupulous former SVP.

Anonymous said...

They are just
exercising that's
why.

Anonymous said...

Once the revival of the Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia start bearing fruit, Singapore must be prepared to tumble with a new breed of giants. Malaysia, on the other hand, is no threat but needs to lean on Singapore for its survival. The HIgh speed railway is an example. If Johore finally decides to break away from the Federation, it will be the beginning of a new era. The Sultan knows this too well.

Anonymous said...

Not a threat?No need to look down on other countries!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Malaysia has been reminded by a former PM that if its Govt does not change its ways, it will soon be recolonised. No one is looking down on other countries. MH370/17 are not a good omen.

Anonymous said...

Actually my initial reply included a 4 letter word which BT refused to approve so I changed it to something milder,just so you know!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Recolonised by you?????????????

"Not a threat?No need to look down on other countries!!!!!!!!"


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Anonymous said...

The writer obviously does not reality or understand facts. Singapore has always been a gracious host to foreigners. From what we know, the threats from Malaysia are nothing more than empty slogans akin to that of a barking dog that never bites. To illustrate : After separation, the tanks in Johore were pointing at Singapore as if to retake the island by force. Many times, Malaysia had threatened to turn off the water supply. When Singapore won the case over the Housburg Lighthouse and Pedra Branca at the International Court of Justice, what did they have to say??

Vulgarity is an expression of a sore loser. Go get yourself a life.

Anonymous said...

What sore loser?If people insult your country,would you stay quiet?use your brains if you have any!

"Malaysia, on the other hand, is no threat but needs to lean on Singapore for its survival."

How is this not provocative?You don't understand because you are not Malaysian and we don't insult you.

The water threats were prominent centuries ago during Dr M's time.In fact you raised it on this page,not us.

Now we are nice to you but you still insult us!And this is just a website on flying.

Don't show your face in Malaysia,just stay in Singapore if you think low of us.

Anonymous said...

Water threats were prominent centuries ago during Dr M's time? So how many hundred years old is your Dr M?

Anonymous said...

I mean it was prominent a long time ago,when Dr M was in charge.Badawi and Najib rarely raised the issue.