Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Without Water, You Can't Cook Shit

Yes, its that time of the year again where we learn more about our history. Hari Ini Dalam Sejarah ... Many Malaysians have been misinformed and had the wrong perception that hawker food originated from the Peninsula and East Malaysia. 

SINGAPORE: Hawker culture will be nominated by Singapore for a possible listing on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced on Sunday (Aug 19) in his National Day Rally speech. 
The list, which was developed in 2008, is made up of intangible cultural heritage elements from different countries that showcase the diversity of such things from around the world. This is with the aim of increasing their visibility and raising awareness about their importance so they can be safeguarded. 


The truth is, according to a Singapore investigative TV program 58 Minutes (not 60 cause they are so bloody efficient and 8 is lucky), ... prior to Merdeka (which also meant prior to Singapore being separated from Malaya), hawker food of any kind ONLY existed in the small island of Singapore. This was because nobody can cook well in Malaya except in that small island. Every single dish that we enjoy now emanated from Singapore. Stop arguing already. We Malaysians were merely copying them from the start. Let's admit that and move on. Thank you Singapore.

Seriously, CBMFs ... without the water from our side, you can't even cook SHIT!!!

1 comment:

Andrew said...

KNN. Looks like the world's street food culture also sapu from Singapura.

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