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Unputdownable Chinaman by Stephen Leather and lousy Jackie Chan’s Foreigner

After finishing a boring mediocre Ken Follet “On Wings of Eagles “ published in 1983, I got started with Stephen Leather “The Chinaman.” It’s a much better thriller than “On Wings of Eagles.” “The Chinaman “ is tight, fast faced … Continue reading

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Greetings from retired Train Captain Che Mat

Last Sun I published retired “Train Captain Che Mat’s Heart-wrenching Note” Link on my blog with a short write-up. That note could have been his last farewell message to all his family, relatives, friends and colleagues as he was due … Continue reading

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Heart wrenching note from retired Train Captain Che Mat aka Ahmad Awang

To all my friends on Facebook/WhatsApp and other media of communication, I am now lying on a hospital bed celebrating my 70th birthday due to blockages in my three arteries. It’s so sad that I had to reach out to … Continue reading

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Merits of HDB 2 room flexi scheme

Victor’s cosy living room ☝️ Not long ago, I visited Victor’s 2-room flat opposite Pasir Ris MRT & White Sands next to the MRT viaduct and TPE. He was kind enough to invite me over to his new place even … Continue reading

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The beginning of decline in Singapore?

On March 15, 2013, the Shibuya Station Toyoko Line above-ground train quietly shut down for good, to be replaced with a new section of subway track connecting Shibuya Station and the nearby Daikanyama Station. Converting the line from above-ground to … Continue reading

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