16 Jun '11, 12am

At least 2 police reports filed against Chinese national in Singapore for allegedly posting derogatory remarks online

AT LEAST two police reports have been filed against a Chinese national in Singapore for allegedly posting derogatory remarks in an online forum about a Malay man with whom he had fought. Although he claimed initially that he hit the other man, the author of the posts has since apologised for his remarks and claimed that he had exaggerated what happened between them. He used derogatory terms in referring to the Malay in his original post last Thursday in the Chinese-language forum Discussions in the Lion City. His seven-sentence post in the forum for new citizens touched off a storm of angry reactions from netizens. It has since been taken down by the 24-year-old author, known only by his online handle Nai He Re Chen Ai, who has also posted several apologies. But the controversy has already taken a life of its own: Screenshots of the post taken by netizens have been reprodu...

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