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Well she couldn't have been in immigration prison because just getting arrested takes 23 days.
Occam's razor says her spouse visa ran out this year after she ran out of money to pay the Japanese guy, she's moved back in with her mom in suburban Canada, and the Saudi husband (if he exists) is a marriage without legal papers to a guy introduced by the Mosque in her hometown where she got that certificate. But with so little evidence of the husband I think there must be something funny going on. That's the only piece of the puzzle that's not adding up to me.
As a married person not wearing the ring is not that normal... one time my spouse forgot and his coworkers ribbed him about it a lot. Nothing about Yumi and Splenda is normal but just saying.
About the citizenship application, if her mom is clever enough to apply for the green cards then I'm sure her mom could help her apply for citizenship. IMO she's not as dumb/helpless as her online persona. Didn't somebody find her old college essay awhile back and it was pretty decent?
It feels weird to see her prancing about having fun when Hong Kong is going through so much unrest right now. I'm not saying she should comment on it, because that would be a terrible idea (either way she'd offend people + she doesn't seem to understand politics much) but it feels... idk tacky? to talk about a huge new mall in HK when the malls in HK right now are being used for protests. Surprised they didn't head back to Canada for awhile actually.
I'm kinda afraid to be downvoted but I have to be honest... Is there something wrong with me if I also don't mind photos like that? I don't live in a luxurious flat now like ES and Tay do now, but I do live in a pretty average apartment now. I kinda get what they mean about a small space can be okay if you're just enjoying life, particularly as a kid. I used to live in a dorm in a different Asian country which I shared with one other female student that had just enough room for each of us to have a bed, a dresser, and a desk and nothing else. Laundry and bathroom were shared. I loved it there. I have so many happy memories from that time, staying up chatting with my roommate, lying in bed reading comic books or watching dramas on my laptop, walking 5 minutes outside the apartment building to eat street food, go clothing/makeup shopping, or take the subway, I miss the friendly aunties working in the mail room and front lobby, the basement of our apartment had a food court and stationery store, and on really bad typhoon days we could still eat at the food court. I wouldn't want to live there forever, and I wouldn't want to be an old person there. And I definitely wouldn't want to live in those coffin-like cages some HKers live in. But a tiny cramped apartment in a big building near other big buildings, seems fine to me especially if it is convenient to other amenities.