Monthly Archives: October 2018

A Star is Born – Movie Review


Other than remembering having watched a movie of the same title starring Barbara Streisand, I don’t recall the plot nor the lead actor, until my sister asked me if this was the same story starring Kris Kristofferson. I am simply … Continue reading

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Between Stations by Boey Kim Cheng


At the Afterword chapter at the end of this book, which comprises twenty essays, the author explains the divergence of what initially was a travel book into a memoir, relating his travel to his memory of Singapore, his grandmother but … Continue reading

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Lest We Forget – Heritage Tour


  I was invited to join a heritage walking tour this morning by my yoga buddy which was conducted by his friend since our yoga class was canceled. I thought it would be a nice opportunity to learn some history … Continue reading

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Quan Ji Tze Char


This stall was the only one opened on a Sunday night. For a tze char stall situated at Amoy Street Food Centre in the financial district on a weekend, where all other shops and offices were dark and quiet, there … Continue reading

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