Singaporean Mother Chased With Broom After Complaining About an Indian Tutoring Her Kid

Singaporean Mother Chased With Broom After Complaining About an Indian Tutoring Her Kid
Carl Samson
By Carl Samson
February 26, 2018
A Chinese Singaporean mother and child were forced out of a tutoring center in Singapore after the parent complained that an Indian was tutoring her youngster.
The story emerged from Twitter in a thread by @abnorxmal, who confirmed that the incident occurred in January.
“My sister is a full-time tutor and recently a Singaporean Chinese student’s parent complained to the head of the tuition centre that she did not want her child being taught by an Indian.”
@abnorxmal said that the parent was referring to another tutor, a “well-qualified Indian lady” who happened to be friends with her sister, and taught the parent’s child science and math.
Read the whole Twitter thread below:
According to Mothership, the head of the tutorial center is in his 30s while the child is in lower primary school.
@abnorxmal’s original post has garnered more than 4,000 likes and 8,000 retweets as of this writing. Twitter users chimed in with their thoughts:
 
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