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Tag Archives: Singaporeans
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
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
[youtube]gZizFnSfrEQ[/youtube] 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 … Continue reading
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
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
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