A little levity for a serious situation, inspired by coverage here. See here for background on Singapore’s smog crisis and its origins in Indonesia.
Singapore: Stop it.
Indonesia: No, YOU stop being a baby.
Singapore: We’re serious, do something.
Indonesia: It’s nature’s fault.
Singapore: No it’s not. They’re your plantations.
Indonesia: They’re your investors.
Singapore: How about if we give you money?
Indonesia: No thanks, unless you mean a lot of money.
Singapore: Let’s ask ASEAN to help.
Indonesia: You’re all right, Singapore.
Historical note: We had some experience with smog like this when we were in Kuala Lumpur in 2005.
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