Month: September 2008

My Friend, Fancy

This humble poem is dedicated to my dearest flatmate, Fancy. She’s my MSN, Plurk, Facebook, Friendster, hanging-out, anything-goes kind of buddy. (We can do all those all at the same time, next to each other too). So, it’s time for me to do something “nice” to her. *Evil laughter* Here we go … My Friend, […]

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Story of A Sign

What a beautiful super short film (only 5 minutes) that portrays how words that are written differently will strike different feelings on others. If you can’t see the video, please click this link – http://www.donnadaritan.com/2008/09/story-of-sign.html

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So, What Do You See?

Recently I have too many wake-up calls through unexpected sources. TV shows, newsletter, stupid activities, etc. Most of the words of wisdom I’ve posted at my quotes blog, including this following quote that I’m going to share with you. What we see depends mainly on what we look for. –John Lubbock Simple words, aren’t they? […]

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I Met Diana Krall

I thought the title is just my hallucination but it’s not. It’s REAL and I still can’t believe it happened. I, this small little monkey from Singapore, managed to meet the Grammy winning jazz vocalist Diana Krall. Yes! Grammy winning! It’s on par with Academy Awards of the music industry. I’m in temporary heaven. The […]

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Online Shopping

A few weeks ago I read in the newspaper that online businesses are blooming in Singapore, especially in the area of fashion and accessories. Lots of people, especially women, are following their passion for fashion and monetize it. What a great idea. The low start-up cost for online business make it possible for everyone to […]

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A Cuppa For You

One of my plurk buddy from Outback, Australia – Peter “Dingobarbie” Willowtree has just gave me a cuppa coffee and I’d like to share it with everyone since the coffee looks like me (especially with the two front teeth. it just needs glasses to complete the DD look). So, here you go. Hope you’ll have […]

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Eyé àdaba

There are singers who have great hype.There are singers who have great fame.Then, there are those rare ones who have no hype nor tremendous fame, but what they have is a sincere voice with soulful message.This time I found it through Aşa, Paris-born Nigerian singer-songwriter.Even though I don’t understand the lyrics of the song – […]

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The Old Indonesian Textbooks

Ever wondered how the textbooks look like for some of the Indonesian students in the 80s? Think most of them are for Primary schools. Someone found some of these here I am sharing them. Geez, they are sooooo old! Bahasa Indonesia = The official language of IndonesiaYou will learn phrases such as:– Ini bapak Budi. […]

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Little Gordon

I think the following videos are brilliant in conveying its message by creating a parody towards one of the most famous chef in the UK (or may be the world) – Gordon Ramsay. I hope Big Gordon is as entertained by them. For those who can’t view the video through the email, please go the […]

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Les Champs-Élysées

This following French song – Les Champs-Elysees will always remind me of my very first French teacher – Linda Hung. Not only it’s my ringing tone but it’s a basic song where you can really pick up a lot of words and not to mention, if you’ve never gone to Paris (like me), will make […]

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