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PRC undergraduate ‘Ares Lin’ apologizes to Singaporeans for calling them ‘worthless fart’!

Posted by temasektimes on March 3, 2012

A PRC student studying in Singapore who sparked a massive outcry by hurling vulgarities at Singaporeans has now offered a ‘public apology’ via the media.

Using the moniker of ‘Ares Lin’ on the Lion City Forum, he vented his anger online after being involved in a brawl with a group of Singaporeans over a staring incident:

In the title of the thread, Aries described Singaporeans as ‘sb’ , which stands for “Sha Bi” (傻逼) – meaning ‘stupid cunt’ in mainland Chinese slang.

He also rant at Singaporeans as if the entire nation has offended him:

“Please be reminded Singaporeans, you are all descendants of Chinese and the Chinese blood flow in you. Don’t think you have been transformed to ‘Singaporeans’ from ‘Chinese you can be arrogant. Actually you are not even worth a fart!”


When asked by fellow PRC netizens to cool down, Aries retorted:

“If all the mainland Chinese return home, you Singaporeans will have to eat porridge at home everyday.”


After reading a report of his post in a Chinese tabloid, Ares wrote to the paper explaining that he was ‘provoked’ by a Singaporean uncle at the hawker center who kept ogling at his girlfriend and another female friend.

He also revealed that he is currently studying in a Singapore university. It is not known if he is on MOE scholarship like the notorious MOE PRC scholar Sun Xu as well who managed to piss off an entire nation lately with his offensive remarks on there ‘being more dogs than humans in Singapore.’

When we last check, Ares Lin has made his profile on the Lion City Forum ‘private’ and neither did he post any apology on the forum.


Related article:

PRC punk who scolds Singaporeans is a student like Sun Xu

PRC man insults Singaporeans: You are not worth even a fart

PRC man punched Singaporean man over staring incident


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