The following are translated excerpts from the China national's blog and weibo account:
"I apologise to all Singaporeans, but please do not attack my home country...I had no ill-intention in posting the video and it was not attacking anyone in particular. From the way I dressed and spoke, some may understand that it was only for entertainment and comedic relief.
"It never crossed my mind to include racial discrimination. I have many Malay and Indian friends; we go out to have fun, hang out at night spots, work together and get along very well," he added.
The China national also admitted he did not think of the consequences nor the feelings of Singaporeans when he made the video. His local friends who watched the video laughed it off, and did not really criticise it.
"I never thought it would become such a big thing, and I apologise with all my heart. I should bear all the consequences and I recognise all the wrong things I have said [in the video] as my oversight has caused much damage," he pleaded, asking netizens not to blame his home country which he loves.
He also went on to explain that the particular comedic style his video was modelled after is now very 'hot' in China, and said perhaps it was his bad luck that him acting and speaking in this popular style was misunderstood as he did not do it very well.
"Please help to forward my apology to all those Singaporeans here and overseas, to give me a chance to explain. I also wish to say that I love Singapore a lot, if not I wouldn't have spent so many years here," he concluded.