On the upper floor of a shophouse in Little India last night, some 20 workers from Bangladesh crammed around a television set, waiting for the start of the World Cup football match between Costa Rica and Serbia.
One of them fiddled with the TV, using his mobile phone to create a hot spot to set up the streaming broadcast. As they waited, the others passed the time by playing the harmonium and tabla drums, singing songs from home.
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