Singapore is currently grappling with a problem that has plagued the island state for decades: AIDS. Last year, a Singaporean woman, Phoon Chiu Yoke, was jailed for not wearing a mask in public. This year, a Chinese woman named Wendy Cheng, whose Chinese name is Xiaxue, has posted a video of herself wearing a mask on Orchard Road. The woman, who is also known as Xiaxue, was sporting sunglasses similar to those worn by Ms Phoon Chiu Yoke outside the State Courts last year.
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This incident has sparked concerns among locals and foreigners alike. While Ms Phoon was jailed last year for not wearing a mask in public, the woman who appeared in the video did not wear one. The video, posted by Wendy Cheng, also known as Xiaxue, shows Wendy Cheng, a Chinese woman, wearing sunglasses similar to those worn by Ms Phoon outside the State Courts in 2016.
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