Archive for November 2013

Entertainment at Temple’s Dinner   Leave a comment


This is the series of photos which we shot at the Thean Seng Keong temple Dinner. A new Temple is being built and fund-raising is unde way. Entertainment is just captivating withbelly dancing thrown in too.

SP Lim

The Stunt Cyclists in action   Leave a comment


The Stunt Cyclists in action, at the Project Occupy Beach Street held on 3, November 2013. As I took so many photographs that day, I had categorized the photos into activity-related segments. Enjoy.

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The Skaters and the Handicapped   Leave a comment


I would like to emphasis on the ability and freedom of movement here. We do not appreciate our good health and the ability to enjoy our movement with our able limbs like legs and hands. Recently. I suffered from joint pains from my pelvic bone and walking each step is a painful affair. Now, I know what is walking, running and jogging without effort and pain. We must enjoy our good health and take care of ourselves.

SP Lim

The Guitarists   Leave a comment


Good morning again, a shot to dedicate to the music maker who makes our lives more enjoyable, meaningful, and less stressful … Thank you to these guitarists in this case.

SP Lim

Project Occupy Beach Street – the Artists   Leave a comment


Project Occupy Beach Street – the local artists who are trading their artistic pieces on Penang scenic and iconic places at the event.

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Meeting Up   Leave a comment


Yesterday, Sunday 24/11/2013 after receiving a phone-call from Dr Quah Boo Siew, my classmate from Penang Free School, that we are going for lunch with Dr Dayal Krishnan, also our classmate from PFS Class of 1964 to 1970. Boo Siew and his wife picked us up from our house and we were off to Golden Sands Resort at Batu Ferringhi, Penang. Our classmate, Dr Dayal together with his wife, also a doctor, were out here in Penang from Kuala Trengganu on a medical seminar at Golden Sands resort sponsored by an international pharmaceuticals company. We had a quick lunch and they left for the airport at 2.30 pm. Intense photography session was seen thus this is the resulting series of photos.

SP Lim

The Armenian Street Got Talent   Leave a comment



Date: 23rd of November 6, 2013
Time: 6pm- 11pm

The Armenian Street Got Talent project is carried out by YB Teh Lai Heng’s Service Center, and a collaboration with George Town World Heritage Incorporated (GTWHI),Penang Global Tourism (PGT),Municipal Council of Penang Island (MPPP)and Penang State Arts, Culture and Heritage Committee. The main objectives of this event is to promote traditional culture and art, and to provide better exposure for the working class and a platform to show off their talent.

This project will be held at Armenian Street every Saturday (6.00 pm – 11.00 pm) starting from 23rd November,for a trial run period of 3 months. There will be a blockade along Armenian Street during the event to ensure the safety of all the performers and stalls setting up on the street.

Armenian St’s Got Talent is a platform for art lovers to explore more creative and performing space, while giving more opportunities for the community to expose to the arts, and to further enrich the cultural characteristics of GeorgeTown.

There will also be stalls selling local cultural and creative goods including Nyonya pastries, cakes and many more.

For more information please contact YB The’s at 14, Jalan Talipon, 10400 Penang, or on call 04-2277068; email: komtarN28@gmail.com, or even through facebook page:Armenian Street’s Got Talent 文艺达人巷.

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Teochew Association of Penang   1 comment


This is the series of the Teochew Association – a heritage building located along Chulia Street, Penang.

SP Lim

Classmates Get-together at OFA   Leave a comment


Having received a call from Hock Eng, we shall be getting together for a luncheon get-together today at Old Frees Association, Penang. It was indeed a small world as we entered the Tavern where members of OFA can dine in private and comfort with a discount to boot. Who did I see in the same dining room ? Firstly my 5th brother-in-law – Teng Chye, wife – Ai Gaik and the mother-in-law also having lunch there. In the next table, I saw our brother photographer David Wong having a meeting with his friends or business associates. We had a delicious nyonya-style lunch on Ban Bee. Thanks. Ban Bee and of course Hock Eng the organizer.

SP Lim

Working Day and Movies   Leave a comment


It has to happened on my working day to Bukit Mertajam on the Mainland. I have to travel by the 13.5 km Penang Bridge from Penang Island to my work place in the morning. Crossing the bridge and about 4 km from the Mainland end of the bridge a jam developed with the 3 lanes packed with vehicles. Another 20 minutes later we were at the “cause” of the traffic jam. A lorry had turned on its side spilling cylinders of gaseous products on to the road. One lane was closed as the police and other Bridge personnel were there to direct traffic and investigate the accident. Unluckily, I had not brought my camera to shoot the incident. After a delay of more than 45 minutes, we were soon headed along the highway to Bukit Mertajam.
After work, moving island-wards again another smaller jam developed. Oh my, another accident? Luckily one traffic lane was closed as bridge maintenance vehicle was parked on the outer lane so resulting in a traffic jam. Only 10 minutes of delay was recorded. Back home, it was catching up with my old movies.

1. ” Amen ” – A film by Costa-Gavras – France- 2002 – 130 minutes in Colour and in English. This watchable movie is centred on a story unwavering conscience and unspeakable horror of the Holocaust. It dramatizes the true history of how religious leaders in Germany and the Vatican ignored the plight of the Jews of Europe during the Second World War. Recommended.
2. ” Spartan ” – Franchise Pictures with the cast of Val Kilmer, Derek Luke, Kristen Bell. The daughter of a high-ranking Americal government officer was kidnapped but as the story unfolds, the simple search-and rescue operation becomes complicated by the political ambitions of those in high places. Interesting plot. Recommended.

SP Lim

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