Saturday, September 6, 2008

Hello people,
Now that I'm far away at New York, I'm sure all of you missed me-- the one and only fabulous Dawn Yang. Teehee.

Remember those days when I was forced to go on the newspaper and apologised for my plagiarism?


In an interview with The New Paper on Wednesday, Ms Yang admitted she had made a mistake.

"I apologise to all my readers. I didn't do this intentionally," she said. --> But I have forgotten to apologise to all the authors!
She said that at the time she posted the entries, she didn't really think citations were necessary.
"It didn't cross my mind that I was doing something wrong," she said.
She promised she would be more careful about citing her sources in future.

But she felt that many of her detractors were not just focusing on the plagiarism, but were instead digging into her personal life.
She said: "Because it's me, because of this spat, they've gone up in arms. You can talk about it, but please don't cross the lines of civility." ---> die die must portray that people are cyber bullying me!

This article was first published in The New Paper on 1 August 2008. Taken from:

Teehee, for your reference if you can't remember. I must have fooled all of you in a minute thinking I am sincere!

But apparently you guys still remember but I have forgotten all about it! OPPS!! Teehee!

From Dawn latest entry:
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I just taken away the word "literally" and added in the word "gigantic"! I am sooo smart! People will never discover them!

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OPPS! Teehee, just one sentence only mah, I didn't know I'll get caught!

Afterall, just like New York is the gigantic city that never sleeps, plagiarism is the habit I'll never quit!

Dawn Wayang away at the big apple!

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P.S. I also had lied flat out that I had only plagiarised "two or three entries out of like, a hundred entries I have written for STOMP"-- As quoted from Dawn Yang herself on 98.7FM.

Teehee, I certainly have no qualms about lying on the national radio!
But since then I was caught plagiarising from as many as I-don't-know-how-many-entries-because-I don't-know-how-to-count! Teehee! Even the PM Lee speech, if I may remind you! Oh such audacity that I have!

You can find more of my plagurised entries here:
Opps, someone actually print screen all of them!

Also, below is my radio interview I had on 98.7 FM! You can catch me in action for lying flat out!

Lastly, thank you to the anonymous who had tagged on the tagboard with this piece of information!

Friday, September 5, 2008

Leave dawn yang alone:

Dawn on Project Runway:

Wednesday, September 3, 2008


A question that puzzles me:
Why DY choose this photo of all the photos to post on her blog?

Some "fans" of hers ( if she still had any left) will probably defend her by saying:
1) Sometimes people do not realise that they zhao geng when taking the pic.
2)It's not her fault that you guys are scrutinising her every photos.

Well, first of all,
1) Whenever you take a group photo or any photos for that matter, everyone, yes, everyone will look at they themselves first. Nobody scrutinises our photos as much as ourselves, so don't tell me she did not notice that when she decided to select the photos to post on her blog.

2) I used the word "select", I literally means that she herself carefully choose her zhao geng photo to post on her blog.
Although we have no control (sometimes) over the fact that we accidentally zhao geng while having our photos taken. But we sure have control over what photos we decided to post on our blog entries.

Look at this:

And this:
All taken at the same event with the same group of photos. And all these photos did not show her legs high up in the air with her undies showing.


It puzzles me.

Given her reputation right now (if she still has any left), I thought she will be desperately trying to salvage what's left of her "child-like", "innocent" image.

Or did she given up already?

I don't understand her. Perhaps, she's really a girl from Mars.

Summerdoll, summerdoll, still lurks behind that facade of her wide-eyed plastic face.