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The Prayers for the 15th. Day of the Chinese Seventh Moon   Leave a comment


The Prayers for the 15th. Day of the Chinese Seventh Moon

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng   3 comments


Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Penang Free School Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Ordering the dishes before the boss' arrival. Give us a BIG fish!

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Ordering the dishes before the boss’ arrival. Give us a BIG fish!

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. I agree said Hock Lye.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. I agree said Hock Lye.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. The arrival of the Head Honcho.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. The arrival of the Head Honcho.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. VIP Seat.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. VIP Seat.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Lively chit chat - on Old Folks Home for our Classmates Project.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Lively chit chat – on Old Folks Home for our Classmates Project.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. In a merry mood.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. In a merry mood.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Good food with Curry Fish Head, Belachan Chicken, Assam Prawns, Foo Yong Eggs, etc.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Good food with Curry Fish Head, Belachan Chicken, Assam Prawns, Foo Yong Eggs, etc.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Fried Eggs.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Soon Lee going for the Fried Eggs.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Good delicious food from OFA Cafetaria.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Good delicious food from OFA Cafetaria.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Dessert time - ice cream like school boys.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Dessert time – ice cream like school boys. Kam Sun slowly tearing away the ice cream wrapper.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Ready for the big lick followed by the bite.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Ready for the big lick followed by the bite.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng - our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Good Bye and many thanks to Francis Soon Teik for footing the bill.

Appreciation Lunch for Hock Eng – our Class of 1964 to 1970 Taikor or Head Boss. Good Bye and many thanks to Francis Soon Teik for footing the bill.

 

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My Simple 65th Birthday Lunch   14 comments


My Simple 65th Birthday Lunch

My Simple Birthday Lunch prepared by my mother – Mee Suah with Chicken & Hard Boiled Red Eggs …Many Thanks to my Mum.

SP Lim

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My sister’s Facebook message:-

Happy Chinese Lunar & English Birthday on the same day – Mom told me it only happens once in every 65 years!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY KO !!! May all your wishes come true 🙂

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My Wishes :-

  1. A more Peaceful, Harmonious and Rational World for the Future without Wars, Killings, Human Sufferings, and Famine is definitely on top on my wish list especially in my country too.
  2. Religious Harmony and Tolerance among all the Peoples on Earth.
  3. A Greener and Unpolluted Planet Earth for All.

SP Lim

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Mee Suah (From Wikipedia)

Vermicelli (Italian: [vermiˈtʃɛlli], lit. “little worms”) is a traditional type of pasta round in section similar to spaghetti. In Italy vermicelli is slightly thicker than spaghetti but in the United States it is instead slightly thinner.

In contrast, misua (Chinese: 面线; pinyin: mian xian; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: mī-sòaⁿ) is vermicelli that is made of wheat instead of rice. While superficially similar to bee hoon it has a very different texture and different culinary uses as well.

 

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Taking a slow Sunday stroll to lunch   5 comments


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Stroll in PTikus 006Taking a slow Sunday stroll to lunch
Following the Friday night scare of having extreme pain on both my legs, I felt it is more worthwhile to exercise my legs and feet. I wondered whether I shall be wheel-chair bound if I cannot use my legs anymore. Can I face that type of situation as a senior citizen, retiree and photographer who goes to every nook and corner to photo-shoot anything of interest to me ? Good question but impossible answers.
Taking my camera with me and acting a role as a tourist in town of Pulau Tikus (translated as Island of Mouse) where I live presently, away I venture “into the world”. Slowly with my painful limbs, I took a slow stroll with “sliding” footwork instead of bold strides foot-steps. We are heading towards the Gurney Paragon Mall and the Gurney Plaza – where I need to pay off my Standard-Chartered Bank Visa payments. Slow and steady in the hot sun but clear blue sky and probably take the free bus to a bus stop near my home on the return trip. Known to be “stingy” or rather “frugal” as one of the prominent characteristics of Penangite – rumoured to have the most millionaires per population figures in Malaysia without pocketing any “corruption” money. FREE is always an attractive word to any true-blooded Penangite, I assume.

SP Lim

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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

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