Must be joking

PUBLISHED : Monday, 01 February, 1993, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 01 February, 1993, 12:00am

I REFER to P. K. Lee's letter, published on January 27. The airport is a public place. Therefore, anybody is free to go there.

Is it a crime to greet fellow countrymen with jubilation? I am sure it is not only the maids who do this. As for the suggestion of the $10 entry fee, how do you distinguish between those who are ''visiting'' for pleasure and those on business? And as forasking the maids to pay compensation to the shopkeepers in Central, - P. K. Lee must be joking.



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