A customer stands in front of empty shelves in the toilet paper aisle of a supermarket in Singapore on February 8. Photo: Bloomberg A customer stands in front of empty shelves in the toilet paper aisle of a supermarket in Singapore on February 8. Photo: Bloomberg
A customer stands in front of empty shelves in the toilet paper aisle of a supermarket in Singapore on February 8. Photo: Bloomberg
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Don’t be so quick to mock Hong Kong’s misfortunes, Singapore. Your time could come, too

  • Hongkongers in a panic about the coronavirus epidemic are upset at being called ‘idiots’ by Singaporean minister Chan Chun Sing. He should understand Hong Kong is experiencing a complete breakdown in trust, which could happen to any city

A customer stands in front of empty shelves in the toilet paper aisle of a supermarket in Singapore on February 8. Photo: Bloomberg A customer stands in front of empty shelves in the toilet paper aisle of a supermarket in Singapore on February 8. Photo: Bloomberg
A customer stands in front of empty shelves in the toilet paper aisle of a supermarket in Singapore on February 8. Photo: Bloomberg
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