I can't give too many clues to this one as it will give the game away. I can only say that I saw it today somewhere in the east coast of Singapore. There were only 3 English words as shown in the above photo. The other words were in Chinese.
At first, I thought that the words had a literal meaning - teaching people how to become entrepreneurs, toeing the Government's policy of turning more Singaporeans into the likes of Sim Wong Hoo. (Despite much encouragement from the Government, this policy, like the "have more babies" policy, apparently has not been very successful so far. You can't really blame Singaporeans. Starting a business is not without its attendant risks and Singaporeans are generally known for being risk averse. If for whatever reason a business fails, our laws can be quite unforgiving.)
If you thought that the 3 words were from a "marketer and publicist" just like Walter, then sorry, you are also wrong.
That's two down for you so it should be easier to guess. Your job is to guess what the writer of those 3 words had intended them to mean. (Another clue, which should be clear by now, is the obvious meaning of the phrase is not the right answer.) Please read the "Terms & Conditions" below before submitting your guesses. The answer will be revealed in 5 days' time. As usual, winners will be awarded virtual prizes. Have fun guessing and Happy April Fool's Day.
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