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Good Morning Yesterday: More About Sago Street - Chu Chun Sing
This lane which links Smith street to Sago Street, holds many, many memories; and is witness to numerous incidents and events. ...
Good Morning Yesterday: Ulu Pandan Heritage Trail (6) – The famous ...
Ulu Pandan Heritage Trail (6) – The famous Kota Tinggi-2SIR ... In my time, Cadet LCS would have been court-marshalled for bringing a camera ...
Good Morning Yesterday: Can You Guess What This Palm Oil Seed Can ...
Can You Guess What This Palm Oil Seed Can Be Used For – Chuck Hio ... Haha, good one. Kids say the darndest thing, don't they? ...
Good Morning Yesterday: Rainy Days and Mondays
Rainy Days and Mondays. It was raining (as what the beloved Brian ... had this line: Rainy Days and Mondays always get me down - which of course she hadn't. ... Should I forgot to bring an umbrella during a raining day, ...
Good Morning Yesterday: Our Trumpet Plants
It is also called the Trumpet Plant (梭朗茄) or Chalice Vine. It has huge beautiful light yellow flowers which give off a sweet fragrance ...
Good Morning Yesterday: “My Indian Mama Barber” by Peter Chan
Now in Malaysia, it is not all that difficult to find an authentic Indian barber shop but certainly not in Singapore (except maybe in Little ...
Good Morning Yesterday: Segamat, My Birthplace – Lam Chun Chew
... Remember, do you remember?" - Paul Anka, Times of Your Life .... wished to take my sister's son to visit his birth place in Guangchow, ...
Good Morning Yesterday: Cars in 1960s Singapore
Cars in 1960s Singapore. (Written by Brian Mitchell) Chun See’s blog on his daughter passing the driving test – and that picture of the ...
Good Morning Yesterday: My Grandfather – Tessa Mitchell
My Grandfather – Tessa Mitchell. My paternal grandfather, Lewis Williams, lived and worked in Singapore in the early years of the 20th ...
Good Morning Yesterday: February 2008
There were crates and crates of firecracker stacked outside the office. 4 or 5 earthenware stoves with burning charcoal were also placed nearby. ...
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