Category Archives: Langgar

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

Rate this:

Posted in Langgar | 9 Comments

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

Rate this:

Posted in Langgar | 3 Comments

Is the Prime Minister’s pay really high?

I’m quite reluctant to comment on our Prime Minister’s pay. But since everybody keeps talking about the issue, I thought I would just relate a conversation we had at Elias Mall coffeeshop on the controversial topic. This happened some time … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Langgar | 11 Comments

One in three cabbies report ‘driver fatigue’

SINGAPORE: While waiting in line for passengers late one night, cabbie Han Poh Guan witnessed a taxi in front slide and hit a wall as its driver had fallen asleep without pulling up the handbrake. It is common for taxi … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Langgar

My condolences to Tan Kin Lian on the demise of his beloved mother

This afternoon at about 3.45pm, I paid a visit to Mr Tan Kin Lian (presidential candidate 2011), at Cactus Crescent. He’s holding a funeral wake for his beloved mother aged 90 yrs who passed away on the morning of 24/2/15. I … Continue reading

Rate this:

Posted in Langgar | 5 Comments