Cook and Share A Pot of Curry !
Sort of a Facebook Protest to the Curry incident has garnered more than 50,000 attendees and it is something the government cannot ignore.
As observed last week, the Google Search for "Singapore Indian Curry" yields all the negative information about the Curry Incident.
So, instead of ignoring the people, the government finally decides to act, but I feel that the comments made by the minister is not enough and does not respond to the root of the problem. Shanmugam cautions against xenophobia
This respond was partly because of this article and it suddenly became mainstream news.
Singapore's 'anti-Chinese curry war'
In social media, it is very common that when someone feels strongly about something, they will share it with their friends. In turn, this kind of communication gets viral quickly, and when the government wants to engage, it takes much more than a news respond or a campaign -- but rather, listening and responding to the everyday needs of the people.
This does not mean giving in to every request, but rather sharing the reasons with proper communication to let people know the reasons behind things, and accepting and addressing negative feedback instead of deleting it away.
So are you cooking a pot of curry to show your support for the rights to cook curry at home?
-- Robin Low