Singapore Japanese Soldier

Meet Ogawa Ryuju (小川竜树), a 20 years old teenager whose otoosan is Japanese and okaasan is Singaporean. Together with his mother, he migrated to Singapore at a young age and was educated in a local school.

As with all Singapore Permanent Residents, Ryuju need to serve 2 years of National Service. So far, one common question he received a lot from his camp mates is whether he has a kawaii moe-some sister. For those expecting a yes, sorry to disappoint, Ryuju is the only son. ^^

The above is a summary of an article I read in the local Chinese newspaper. Those interested to find out more, the full story (in Chinese) can be found here.


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3 Responses to Singapore Japanese Soldier

  1. AK says:

    Sup Gordon, thanks for leaving that comment and clicking the ad(I really much thank Danny for creating such a thing called Thought I’d return the favour, and add that a 20 year-old (as stated in your post) is not a teenager any more. >_< ;; It’s good to keep in touch with your fellow Singaporean citizens, no? Hit me back whenever you have the time.

  2. gordon says:

    ak, no problems. i’ll visit often. hope u come often too. cheers.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Correction, Ogawa Ryuju is still 19 as of today, he’s birthday is on the 31 aug. cheers.

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