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Thread: new female attire...
10-18-2004, 12:50 AM #52Originally Posted by fishmilk
Even in most golf clubs, especially in the West, I suspect, the conformity to a collared T-shirt still rules, collarless or round-collared Ts are completely barred. As you probably know, in some hotel restaurants, shorts are not allowed.
But the sad thing is that there is still discrimination - some are allowed to bend the rules, depending on who you are.
I just read over the weekend that in one reputable international hotel here, a local went to the restaurant in his shorts because of the hot weather. He was promptly stopped and asked to change to long pants supplied by the hotel, which he reluctantly obliged since it was the hotel's dress code. But he saw another patron who wore shorts and allowed to remain in the restaurant.
He questioned the waiter about the disparity and was told that the hotel had run out of long pants. When approached, the hotel manager seemed to admit that it was not a case of shortage of pants and promised to look into the dress code policy. It appeared that the other patron was not asked to change to longs because of his skin colour. The 'colonial mentality' still remains in our midst and equality of treatment is not necessarily true even in modern Singapore.
10-18-2004, 01:01 AM #53Originally Posted by Loh
and yes its true Loh, racism exists as well, but i just don't think it plays much part in this... however...i do think that racism is getting better, maybe cause i'm in canada, there will always be unfairness and mistreatment in our society, but i do feel like its getting better, schools are making an effort to educate the kids in their infancy not to be discriminative and i do feel for the most part it is helping...
10-18-2004, 01:02 AM #54Originally Posted by Qidong
10-18-2004, 01:39 AM #55
I can't stop drooling on those pix. Anybody got pix of japanese players?
10-20-2004, 05:06 PM #56
Personally, i think it doesn't matter what you wear for badminton.
As a girl, i find that when you wear a top or skirt that's tight or short, guys cannot seem to concentrate on anything else. You can just see their eyes lingering on places which THEY SHOULD NOT! (Although it'll be a good distraction, unless your doubles partner is not looking at the shuttle... )
Besides, tennis is played outside therefore it'll be much hotter. and in badminton, there is more dropshots and jumps, can you imagine how much flesh would flash in a mini-skirt? (says one with the experience ) It's also annoying when picking up the shuttle and you have to bend down...
Well, anyway, i hope you understand what i mean...
oh, and guys! by all mean, if you wanna strip in the middle of the court, we have NO objections whatsoever
10-20-2004, 06:27 PM #57Originally Posted by WoAiZhongGuo
10-21-2004, 01:25 AM #58Originally Posted by fishmilk
.. yes, i've noticed... what about them?
10-21-2004, 01:40 AM #59Originally Posted by ^Tayo^
10-21-2004, 01:41 AM #60
Guys u got any idea to get the chinese national team Polo...look so nice...haha...anyway me too support equal rite
10-21-2004, 09:49 AM #61
CHinese national team shirt
I also tried to get one, but my girlfriend who went home to Shanghai for a couple of months could not find the shirts for me and thinks, unlike in Australia at least, China do not sell their replicate national team shirts to the general public. THis sux a lot!! I should set up a business in China, image the market , but unfortunately also, she said China don't care too much about the sport (just the winning), and soccer is by far more popular, however China are hopeless at that game, so very weird to hear this.
Originally Posted by hongyi_2000
10-22-2004, 06:06 AM #62Originally Posted by Robbo77
10-22-2004, 02:25 PM #63
Agree. Other than Yonex; Gosen, Nike and Fila just to name a few
do have nice new clothings and especially skirts.
Yonex has a rather large and nice selections in Japan, a bit pricey
though but can't find them here in US.
Originally Posted by kwun
06-02-2005, 03:19 PM #64
It's already a big improvement for IBF to allow badminton players to wear other colour t-shirts besides white colour. Before that, badminton players can only wear white t-shirts right???
I will wait and see, the next improvement....
However, I think it's not appropriate if badminton players are to wear like tennis players, esp. Kurnikova. Weird. Or you can imagine table tennis players wear like Kurnikova. Not suitable at all from looks to practical use.
06-03-2005, 12:29 AM #65
was just watching the Carlton Masters mixed doubles final, the outfit Mette Scholdager is wearing... yowza!! i think i'm in love...
06-03-2005, 12:31 AM #66Originally Posted by legal strike
08-13-2005, 02:04 AM #67
That's quite the camel toe Anna K. has !
08-13-2005, 05:27 AM #68
haha.. the ladies look much better in skirts..
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