Back where it belongs?
The statue of the construction worker, a foreign talent, is back where it is, taking pride in the company of Stamford Raffles. If these paid workers, who came because we pay them well relative to what they can get at home, and are regarded as doing us a favour, sacrificing for us, then what about our forefathers who worked for less? In those times, their pay and working conditions were even worst than now. Why are we not recognising their contributions but feel so compel to recognise the contribution of these recent foreign talents? Any Singaporeans feel outraged?