Author Archives: Gintai_昇泰

About Gintai_昇泰

I'm a Chinese Singaporean living in the Eastern part of Singapore. I tweet on current affairs & inspirational quotes. I blog on issues or events if they interest me. I write for pleasure. I also write mainly for my family and friends. At least they know I'm still alive and well. It's a free country. No one is forcing you to read if you don't like what I write. I'm entitled to my own opinions. Having said that, there are still retards, morons and losers out there hiding behind anonymity hurling all kinds of insults and wicked remarks on my blog. I guess we'll just have to live with these cowardly mangy dogs found in any society. Sigh!

Non-payment of taxi fare and a sympathetic taxi company

My brief report of non-payment of taxi fare… On 14/4/15(Tue) @0837hrs, I picked up a pax (current call booking) from Point A to Point B. We arrived at the destination @0916 hrs. The fare was $25.25. The pax wanted to … Continue reading

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Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s house for public viewing?

Now that our founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew is gone, what about his house at Oxley Road? What will happen to his house? If I’m not mistaken, he did mention in no uncertain terms that the house should be … Continue reading

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RIP Mr Lee Kuan Yew (1923 – 2015)

Three days before our founding Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew left us, I blogged about my Malaysian passenger expressing his gratitude to him. Like that passenger, many of us could sense his imminent passing. It was a true account … Continue reading

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Conversation with my pax: The Malaysian on LKY

As I was leaving the carpark at Bedok South Rd after my meal break, I happened to pick up a Malaysian to Golden Mile Complex. When he instructed that I should go via Bedok South Ave 1, ECP and exit … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Chinese Emperor

China’s last imperial dynasty, the Qing, was founded with a shock. In the 17th century, Manchurian warriors, hailing from the chilly northeast, breached the Great Wall and conquered the waning Ming Dynasty. For the next 250 years, these foreigners managed … Continue reading

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