I am writing in response to the post by Lohcifer: http://therealsingapore.com/content/i-am-glad-i-chose-not-emigrate Firstly, he cowpeh cowbu about his relatives who have migrated for allegedly not saying anything about Lee Kuan Yew. Perhaps they are not so close afterall. Anyway, silence can be also a form of respect…
Caning and Other unethical Punishments many years ago when you were a kid
I was lucky that my parents did not beat me in the way that crazy korean lady did to her own child. However, my brother and I were caned quite badly when we were very young as we misbehaved. We had scars and marks, and they bled sometimes. When my mum caned us, she had this rage on her face and when she whipped the rotan continuously on our hands and legs, we thought she had gone crazy!
For those born before or in the early 1990s, have you ever been caned by your parents or by teachers when you were just a kid or teenager?
Back in your school days, have you witnessed punishments meted out to students that were deemed unethical or illegal?