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Video of ‘PRC’ scolding locals for burning joss papers goes viral

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All Singapore Stuff (ASS) earlier today shared the video of a couple which it claimed were from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) scolding local residents for the burning joss papers. It is unclear when or where the incident happened but the post has gone viral with over 700 shares.

ASS said that the video clip was a contribution from one of its readers and captioned it: “2 PRC come and scold aunties for burning and praying downstairs the block. Says they are affected by the smoke. They don’t pray doesn’t mean others cannot wat. Stupid!”

The post attracted over 400 comments within four hours of being posted. Most commenters chided the ‘PRC’ couple for being intolerant towards the faith of others.

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