Tag Archives: Singaporeans

Latest News about the SMRT Health Checks

I am quite glad that detailed information has been provided. It’s always more reassuring to have more information than none. And I really don’t mind the inconvenience of waiting for a train as long as I don’t get stuck in … Continue reading

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Anderson Cooper Mocks Singaporeans

But I still adore him and I have to agree. I was shocked too.  We’re second coolest in the world after Brazil? Never thought of Singaporeans as one of the coolest in the world. Mongolians, sure. And the reason given … Continue reading

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Singaporeans Interviewed on the Circle Line

I don’t watch TV, but I do enjoy our local news segments where ordinary people give their views. I find it refreshing and dare I say amusing at times. The answers were ‘classic’. Definitely more interesting than just listening to … Continue reading

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Cook A Pot of Curry Day (& Chen Show Mao Eating Prata with Curry)

Update 20 August 2011: Viswa Sadasivan has written an excellent letter reminding us that the event on Sunday is about a stand against the legitimization of intolerance. Let’s not immediately label it xenophobia (although some people are using it 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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The Dead Fish Handshake

Been meaning to steer away from political topics, but I just keep coming back to them. Learnt something new today. I had no idea what a dead fish handshake was till I read about it on the internet, with Singaporeans … Continue reading

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The Most Creative Ads from Burger King Singapore: Never Chicken Out

Love the series of ads by Burger King, that express our frustrations and at the same time very cleverly segments into advertising their chicken burgers. Also cheekily changes the image of chickens who have been maligned as cowards for far … Continue reading

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Sand Dune Accident in Lancelin

I was shocked when I read about the serious injuries resulting from an adventure bus that overturned during a Sand Dune ride in Lancelin which is a small coastal town, north of Perth. I have gone on a similar ride … Continue reading

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So Glad that the Police is Cracking Down on Speeding

I have been especially worried about heavy vehicles that speed, so I felt compelled to post about this new crackdown by the police. I get even more frustrated when I see vehicles with pipes and poles that don’t seems to … Continue reading

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