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Blogging about Singapore, bit by bit
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Mr Heng looks hale and hearty. Welcome back!

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The runaway who became President
The President once ran away from home. This, and other bite-sized episodes are recounted in this book about the life of the 6th President of Singapore - 50 of them to be exact, each in its own chapter. In this book " 50 stories from my life ", the author, f...

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Monopoly
In the latter half of the 20th Century, countless people all over the world were hunched around a board rolling a dice, buying and selling. No, it wasn't exactly gambling. No real money is involved, only play money. And this play could go on and on and on. ...

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Reader's Reader
This book is for book lovers and lovers of history. It is also for the Gen Y, who prefer to consume the written word in bite sizes. Yet ironically, "Books - A Living History" is a big-sized book. It contains the history and development of the written word r...

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The Problem with Dengue
Compassvale Road, in Sengkang, has been identified as a Dengue cluster. We have been told, through print, web and TV media, to do the mozzie wipeout, and exhorted to anything and everything to prevent mosquito from breeding. Yet, we have this potential mons...

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An own goal
Here are a few truisms (aphorisms): The armed forces of a country defends its country. Funding of the armed forces of a country is derived from taxes. Taxes originate from the country's tax-paying residents. Residents are protected by the country's armed fo...

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Murky Broth
Of late, for every 10 SMS messages that I have received, 8 o f then begins with the qualifier <ADV>. Needless to say, I have become very annoyed with these unsolicited messages. SMS is not like Email. Its something that you would want to check in on because...

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Seletar
It is rare to find a book, and a literally heavy tome at that, that is written and published by a residents' association. "Down the Seletar River - Discovering a hidden treasure of Singapore", is just one of them. It is a coffee table book in the sense that...

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I want curry
Friends, Singaporeans, countrymen (and that includes countrywomen), lend me your ears. I write not to bury the dying but to comment on those who would seek to muzzle the tongue. I speak, of course, of the Breakfast Network (BN) ceasing to publish because it...

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Face it
Is this the face of Anonymous a.k.a the Messiah? Source:  http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/police-haul-suspected-hackers Yes, he/she/it remains anonymous.
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