Two Filipino domestic workers ignored a warning from a woman who asked them to keep their volume low on Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway, until they identified her as a compatriot.
Linda and Ella, who had been good friends in the Philippines, met again for the first time after they both got jobs in Hong Kong. The pair met by chance on an MTR train from Central, sunwebhk.com reported.
The pair’s conversation started getting very loud and was disturbing the other passengers. An elderly woman who was seated next to them told them to lower their voices as they were in a public place.
However, Ella rudely answered the woman in Tagalog. “This is a public place and I’m happy,” she said. The woman suddenly spoke in Tagalog herself and reminded her compatriots again that they should be mindful of the effect their behavior had on other people.
Ella and Linda then quieted down because they had not expected that the elderly woman was a Filipino as well. The pair apologized to her for their behavior.
Before getting off the train, the woman reminded the two domestic workers always to behave properly in public places as there are enough Filipinos in Hong Kong who are guilty of unruly behavior.
Ah sa hong kong iba pag sabihan mo sila pa ang galit look what they did di ba… Kasi laging rason nila eh day off nila yun kaya they will do what ever they want… Kaya lalong bumababa ang tingin ng mga tao dito sa kababayan natin dahil sa ganung asal… Pero di ko naman nilalahat…
Kris Thinne but learn to respect bansa nila. Ito eh tayo dayo lang di ba… Mas may rights sila
Charlie Tango mga kababayan po natin ang topic na maingay po hindi instik
it’s good for them even it’s public places both of you behave because a lot of people not only the two of you nakakahiya kau anh dami nman gnon Kla nla s knila n lhat OK lng sna Kung kau lng lhat mga Filipino nadadamay talo p ang nsa bundok
Kahapon pag akyat ko ng bus 1 from central pag upo ko may Pilipina na may kausap sa phone naka video call akala mo cia may ari ng bus ang lakas ng bosis ang salita ang LAGI DONG LAGI LAGI hanggat bumaba kami ng terminal ng bus 1 kausap nia parin Diyosmijo di makaitintindi sa tingin
Yung iba nmn tlaga akala mo nasa palengke katabi lng ang kausap ang llkas ng boses hindi lng s train pati n rin s bus especially Sunday
yeah, a lot of my fellow Filipinos are talking loudly in public at it seems they don’t care others commuters specially those Chinese on board, please observed the locals they’re talking gently and they never shouted ,(that’s public manners ), let’s adapt it,and as it’s nice behaviour.
Ok nman yon nadala nman sa magandang usapan makinig tayo sa nakakatanda satin wise mind si madam❤️????
Juliet Pioquinto kaya kunring behave sana
Hindi lang sa train Kahit sa bus Meron rin parang kanila na yong sasakyan…
Great,nakakahiya mamang po talaga ang mag ingay sa publik.pwede naman magkwentuhan ng medium or low voice as magkakarinigan din naman.syempre iritado mga katabi Na mabibingi sa lakas ng boses makipagusap.
Yes thats true, if you are in a public places…you must watch your behaviour….nakakahiya…
Pag NASA public place ka pairalin niyo sa na disiplina.
Uh,ayan,huwag na magalit kung tutuo nman,buti nga kapwa pinay,minsan isipin din natin hindi lng tayo ang nasa paligid,lalo na kung sa public place or train&bus,huwag din natin isipin iyo ang mundo..peace✌
Yun den reason ko why I won’t take holiday on Sunday, kc very crowded at maestress ka sa subrang ingay.
Nko nmn po mga bad attitude nmn smgot p tlga. Wgnmn mhwa tau sa kultura ng Chinese.
Hahaha subrang happy Lang, nakakaistorbo Nga lang????????low your volume pls?
Anastasia Ji Wook ayaw maingay pero grabe mga boses abot hanggang rooftop hahhaha
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