It’s the day after Christmas or as its better known in the west, Boxing Day. After going through our presents this year, we found this interesting set which didn’t come with any figures. Part of the wild west set of toys, have you played with one of these before? Do let us know…
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year ahead! May this Christmas bring a good end to the year 2018 and a fresh challenge ahead for the new year. From all of us at
Ever had one of these in your home? This one shown above is of course for children; the adult-sized ones are larger. I do wonder if such an object is common in modern homes today….
If they ever came to life (like in those Disney cartoons), perhaps these vehicles would have been good friends 😉 Here we have a bicycle, a car and a van; all three of them ‘worked’ for Ho Yan Hor. We’d like to hear from the car-lovers out there – can you identify the type of […]
You’ve seen multilingual signboards; what about multilingual greeting flyers? Here’s one from Kailey Associates Pte. Ltd. Can you identity the various languages? 🙂
Believe it or not, Mercantile Bank existed in Taiping too 🙂 Does anyone know if this bank is still in business? Or…maybe it goes by another name now?
Many of you managed to ‘solve’ our Monday puzzle. Let’s see how many of your can guess THIS one. Ruth, if you are reading this…don’t give up the answer too soon 😉
Familiar area? Yes? No? Well, I don’t blame you if you can’t recognise this place. It is SO VERY DIFFERENT now. For those of you who know the answer, feel free to drop us a comment (or two). By the way, this place is in Ipoh…
Let’s hear from the Boy Scouts. What were your favourite memories back then? (Or, maybe you have an interesting campfire-tale or two to share?)
Remember this school? It started out as a primary branch of ACS. The building is still there today, in Canning Garden. You may know it as SK Ho Seng Ong Methodist.
We’ve had lots of similar advertisements over the years. But what I would like to draw your attention to is the fine line below the picture of the camera – “Prices: Singapore $ 24.75; Penang $ 25.50; Malaysia $ 30.45” Did we always pay a few dollars more than folks from Penang?