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PAP Community Foundation pre-school orders its students to bow to great leader Lee Kuan Yew's poster

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A video of a PAP Community Foundation pre-school teachers instructing their students to bow before a poster of Lee Kuan Yew is trending in social media.

The kindergarten at my block asking the children to bow three time out of respect to the photo of Mr Lee after telling them a short story of him. Do the children understand?

Posted by Tengmu Fuming on Sunday, 20 March 2016

Facebook user Tengmu Fuming who shared the video clip captioned it: “The kindergarten at my block asking the children to bow three time out of respect to the photo of Mr Lee after telling them a short story of him. Do the children understand?”
Commenters to the post have remarked that what the young children are made to do “does not seem right.”
In a second video, the teachers can be heard explaining to the students that they had to bow three times to the poster of Lee Kuan Yew because he is a “great leader”.

Sec video now then they explain what it all about after my first video.

Posted by Tengmu Fuming on Sunday, 20 March 2016

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