This Khoo Teck Puat Hospital food court is really something. If you live in Yishun, go there for an experience. The food court has a LCD screen that broadcasts subliminal messages:
TIPS FOR A HEALTHY LIVING:
1. EAT WISELY
3. BE HAPPY.
Be happy????? Come on, who doesn’t want to be happy? You think so easy meh? Never hear that Huang Xiao-Hu’s song? 没那么简单.
I like the idea that the food court sets out to encourage healthy eating, but it does it in a punitive way. Like there are blood pressure machine, weighing machine, and calories on food labels. Please, that is not the right way. The right way is to ENCOURAGE positively, instead of discourage punitively. Like I told Chubby Cheeks, “I will still like you if you grow as fat as in the past, like a balloon. But I’ll ask you, ‘eh, wanna go for a hike?'” Heh heh heh. This is encouraging and positive and very subtle, right? A punitive method is: “wow you very fat already lah, stop eating.” Why does Singapore always have the idea to punish? Everything also punish, cane, fine, jail, hang.
Anyway, I’ve been here a few times. Don’t eat the fish and co stall. The ban mian is quite yummy. I like the cai fan for its brown rice. I like the option of having brown rice; the entire singapore should eat brown rice. It’s crunchy and delicious.