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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful
    Who clean the house before they come?
    Hope they dont bring the maids to Singapore.

    I am critical of the way the rich Indonesian Chinese conduct themselves in Indonesia.
    They boast of their expenditure and travel to their employees, maids, servants of native origin. At Changi airport, I overheard one lady telling her maid that she go to singapore like riding a "becak" (trishaw). . Another time, one boss told his employee they spend $1000 on a meal, inclusive of lobster in Singapore. . That employee probably have to work like 3 months to get that amount.

    Hope the rich chinese conduct themselves when amongst the natives.If unrest in Indonesia, they can fly out anytime but common chinese like myself have to bear the consequences of their arrogance.
    Hi hopeful, so far all of the Indonesian Chinese whom I have encountered are all very humble and nice people, although they are rich.
    So I guess these are the rich but not the super rich ones?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful
    errr what is the difference between the top 48 earners (top 8 from 6 groups) and the top 1000 earners?
    from:
    http://www.salary.sg/2007/salary-ben...for-ministers/

    is there somebody that is outside the 6 profession that earn more?
    property developer?
    I dun even earn $1M a year as an accountant. This report is BS.


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    GCB (Good class bungalows) is related to the highest and most precious type of land housing in Singapore. The term "Good Class Bungalow" is actually a URA planning term. There are about 39 other residential areas which we say as Good Class Bungalow areas.
    Only after the destruction there is construction.
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    I think we shd not generalise the rich chinese indonesians. Bless the rich to be richer.


    Quote Originally Posted by buttercarp View Post
    Hi hopeful, so far all of the Indonesian Chinese whom I have encountered are all very humble and nice people, although they are rich.
    So I guess these are the rich but not the super rich ones?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful View Post
    Who clean the house before they come?
    Hope they dont bring the maids to Singapore.

    I am critical of the way the rich Indonesian Chinese conduct themselves in Indonesia.
    They boast of their expenditure and travel to their employees, maids, servants of native origin. At Changi airport, I overheard one lady telling her maid that she go to singapore like riding a "becak" (trishaw). . Another time, one boss told his employee they spend $1000 on a meal, inclusive of lobster in Singapore. . That employee probably have to work like 3 months to get that amount.

    Hope the rich chinese conduct themselves when amongst the natives.If unrest in Indonesia, they can fly out anytime but common chinese like myself have to bear the consequences of their arrogance.

    Arrogance is nothing to do with Rich and Wealth. You mean you don not mind when other rich people behave arrogance as long as the are not Indonesian Chinese. Or you really believe that only rich Indonesian Chinese that can behave arrogance and the rest or rich Chinese from other part of the world none of them do not behave arrogance.

    You confuse me


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