Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Today marks the 3rd day of mourning for the Father of Singapore, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Went to Kovan Hub to pen some sympathy and appreciation to our great leader and founder of modern Singapore. Was teary and sad that he wont be able to celebrate SG 50 with us this August 9, Singapore 50th birthday. Being 55 years old means I am older than Singapore, been through and witness more than 50 years the history of Singapore and how Singapore has changed to be a successful and rich country and how our lives have been improved too under the great leadership of Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Cannot imagine Singapore without "YEW". Rest in Peace, father of Singapore, Mr Lee Kuan Yew.
Monday, March 23, 2015
So sad, woke up to very sad news of the passing of Founder of Singapore, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew. Being in the baby boomers generation and older than Singapore, we witness the progress and how successful Singapore is today. Thank you so much for giving us a peaceful and successful country to live in. May you rest in peace, Father of Singapore. Hubby admire Mr. Lee Kuan Yew very much, he collects and read his books. I never like reading thick books but I somehow find myself reading his memoirs and managed to finished the whole interesting book. Too sad now.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Was shopping at NTUC Fairprice Supermarket at Nex Mall when I spotted these displays of childhood games. It brought back fond memories of my childhood. We had so much fun playing with these games. We dont even have the luxury of owning a television. We even made our own childhood games and toys. I even remembered drawing my own paper doll and designed and coloured the paper dresses for the paper doll and my paper doll had the same name as me, hahaha ie Alice. For photos on other parts of the world, please visit Our World Tuesday Meme. Thanks to the team of Our World for giving us the opportunity to share my world with the rest of the world.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
It is the time of the year for travel fair. This year NATAS (National Association of Travel Agents Singapore) travel fair is so much quieter than previous years. The smaller crowd was due to a number of big travel companies boycotting the fair and organizing another travel fair at another location. It was due to some disputes like increasing admission tickets to the fair and higher rental costs. You can read more from news. I went to the fair to collect maps and brochures from some tourism boards so I dont have to go to the individual tourism offices spread all over Singapore. Planning my next trip in a couple of months.