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Tuesday, August 9, 2022
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PRC BARBER REFUSE TO CUT SG MAN’S HAIR AS HE CAN’T SPEAK MANDARIN

Imagine being treated like a foreigner in your own country, there is just nothing worse than this. A man had an unfortunate encounter with a barber who refused to cut his hair as he could not speak Mandarin.

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The PRC hair barber wanted the customer to speak Mandarin or he will not cut the Singaporean man’s hair.

Here is what the Singaporean man posted on Facebook:

SORRY TO SAY. This is my first time that I felt like i’m a foreigner in my own country. Went to have a simple hair cut at this shop today.

Hair dresser is a Chinese national man. Insisted that he didn’t want to cut my hair if I couldn’t speak chinese with him. So had an argument with him for a few minute.

Die die keep telling me to speak chinese with him if not he didn’t want to cut my hair. Told him nicely in a basic english ‘just cut short okay already’ and even show him basic hair cut photo from my phone, still ask me to leave the shop. I stand firm with him that I’m not leaving until he get my hair done. End up cut my hair with a black face. Thank you for the 5 star service.

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Here are what netizens think:

  • I stop going to the shop oready bro…used to go there,wat u say is true,nid to speak chinese to the square top hair guy…once my wife wanted to get a haircut there,juz trim the hair only…he dun wanna do it coz neva understand wat she say…ask a chinese guy to translate to him,still he dun wanna do it…in the end we walk away.
  • i would have left if i were u
  • If i were you i just leave and go to other barber
  • For me I will just leave.. it’s his lost not ours…
  • Should feedback to his boss of his attitude hope they fire him.
  • Yes if i were you i will just go off nvr bow down to them…who they think they are….
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