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2016-03-19 18:53
I had an interesting lesson in grammar recently. About a week ago, Milady had a toothache that ultimately required her tooth to be pulled. As I drove away from the dentist's office, I trie… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
One of the blogs I read through Google Reader is Juliette Wade's TalkToYoUniverse. Juliette is a science fiction author who blogs about the writing process. One of the topics she frequentl… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
The block I live in has a row of shops on the first floor instead of the usual void deck, with one of the shops selling joss paper. That, in and of itself, isn't unusual; in fact, this bloc… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
I'm currently reading Yasutaka Sai's book, The 8 Core Values of the Japanese Businessman: Toward an Understanding of Japanese Management. In his third core value, "Aesthetics and Perfectio… Read More
2008-04-23 15:17
Pop quiz, hot shot! Think you know all the Singapore acronyms? (We're an abbreviated society here. ;) ) Here's a small sampling of the various three-, four- and five-letter acronyms that… Read More
Yum!  Food!
2007-05-27 02:59
The following photographs were taken by myself over the past two years or so, using two different cameras.The above photo was taken at a "halal food exposition" at Singapore Expo some time b… Read More
The Singapore Flyer
2007-05-22 06:36
Over the past few months, a huge ferris wheel has been built near the Marina Bay section of Singapore. This behemoth, when finished, will be the largest ferris wheel in the world at 165 met… Read More
2006-12-16 12:23
I recently came across the quasi-blog, BWG - Adventures of a Big White Guy living in Hong Kong, Randall van der Woning's account of his life in Hong Kong. What had impressed me the most abo… Read More
Hungry Ghost Offering
2006-12-16 12:22
Last night, after coming home from work, Milady and I discovered that many of our Chinese neighbors were starting the "Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival" offerings. It's quite a spectacular sight… Read More
2006-12-16 12:22
Every now and then, I get questions from my sisters and their daughters about what Singapore (SG) is like. One particularly cute question, from one of my neices, was "What is the official l… Read More
Hee Hee...
2006-12-16 12:21
This sign, for a small restaurant near where we live, deserves a caption (preferably humorous, considering the name of the restaurant), but I can't think of anything funny at the moment. An… Read More
Mmm Mmm Good?
2006-12-16 12:21
Milady and I were coming back from the hospital to visit a relative when I saw this banner hanging from a local hawker center. (I took the picture from inside our car while we were at a red… Read More
2006-12-16 12:20
This blog's emphasis is primarily on my life here in Singapore; however, before I moved to the "tiny red dot" I lived for a year in Busan, South Korea, teaching conversational English. This… Read More
2006-12-16 12:18
Today is my fourth anniversary: I've lived in Asia for four years now. 2001 was a rather turbulent year for me. I had been working for Shasta, a swimming pool company, since late 1999, bu… Read More
2006-12-16 12:17
I'm not quite sure what this is; I presume that it's a dragon of some kind, although it could be something else. (A devil?) Any suggestions?This fella is actually quite small, no more than… Read More
2006-12-16 12:16
One of the nice things about the Web is that, potentially, nothing's ever lost (actually, this can be a bad thing too, but I digress ;) ). I had been thinking that I'd like to put two old e… Read More
Geylang Serai
2006-12-16 12:14
During this month of Ramadhan, the bazaar at Geylang Serai is up and running (as usual). Milady and I walked through the bazaar yesterday afternoon, and then we drove through last night on… Read More
The Buddha And The Bicyclist
2006-12-16 12:13
These are two more photos from this weekend that I wanted to add. Above is a picture of the statue of the Buddha that sits atop the former Tai Pei Buddhist Center at the intersection of Lav… Read More
2006-12-16 12:12
Steve Yastrow has an amusing post on Tom Peters' blog (he of In Search of Excellence fame) regarding cell/hand/mobile phone (take your pick) usage. He notes that society is changing as we b… Read More
2006-12-16 12:10
I've been wanting to take a picture of this sign for several years now, and I finally got the chance while walking by the hotel yesterday. This is one of those little backpackers' hostels l… Read More
2006-12-16 12:10
In case you missed this news story, yesterday was Beloved Wives Day. A small organization in Tsumagoi, Japan, Nihon Aisaika Kyokai (NAK) or the "Japan Doting Husbands Association," had decl… Read More

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