Tag Archives: Singaporean

Awesome Singaporean Lady who Tasted Hail

The 44 year old Singaporean lady who tasted the hail, totally made my day. She’s truly the bright spark amidst this haze crisis. Something infectious about her enthusiasm. Hope she becomes famous and gets advertising endorsements. Children don’t try this … Continue reading

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The Noose: SMRT & Spot on Singaporean Indian Accent

Most people who try to do a heavy Singaporean Indian accent fail miserably. Suhaimi Yusof on The Noose, nailed it. Chua Enlai does the Aussie accent. What do Australians think? Was it good?

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Ikea Singapore for a dose of Sweden and a Swedish Christmas (ruined by bad behaviour)

Another reason to adore Ikea. Twenty-four numbered drawers to mark a countdown to Christmas is a lovely idea. It’s called an Advent calendar and costs S$19.90 which is a bit expensive, but it’s such a cool idea for both kids … Continue reading

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Spectacular Grey Skies as the Monsoon Season approaches

Wonderfully scary shades of grey, as the thunderstorm looms above. I guess we are moving away from it as you can see how clear the sky still is, far ahead. But we didn’t quite make it. Not that we were … Continue reading

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I Voted for Valerie Lim – our Miss Singapore Universe 2011 Representative

Just because. Maybe after just voting in 2 elections I feel a little lost. Wouldn’t it have been a hoot if our Miss Universe was a Tan as well? (we had 4 Tans in our recent Presidential Elections) Happened to … Continue reading

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The Stop Cooking Indian Curry Story Upsets Me

Sunday, August 21st, is Cook a Pot of Curry Day. A brilliant group of Singaporeans set up a facebook page to celebrate curry as our way of life and it already has 17,364 attendees. (Update on 19 August 2011: The … Continue reading

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I am Singaporean because I love going to Malaysia

I think most Singaporeans should be thankful that Malaysia still welcomes us and that it’s so easy to get there. It’s no secret that we go there for cheaper petrol, food, groceries and even medicine. And we can relieve our … Continue reading

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Brilliant National Day Spoof Video: Another Home, with Chua Enlai & Tin Pei Ling?

Now this is what makes me feel patriotic and so close to my fellow citizens. Never thought I could be a bigger fan of Chua Enlai than right now. Just when I was feeling so jaded. I was thrilled to … Continue reading

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Down to Chinatown for my Favourite Siew Pao

Whenever I’m in Chinatown, I head for my favourite S’ban siew pao. S’ban is short for Seremban in Malaysia, where siew pao originates I think. There’s chicken and pork, but the pork is tastier. The pastry is so buttery and … Continue reading

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My 5 Month Blog Review: Singapore’s Hot Topics

The blog is now 5 months old and time for a review and reflection. Some days I just feel like giving up on this blog after a year as keeping up this domain is costing me. What has kept me … Continue reading

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