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... plantation. There are some very valid reasons for avoiding palm oil because of the land destruction and animal rights issues, so it was somewhat sad to see field after field after field of palms and nothing else, real monoculture. We were astounded by the driving we saw on the way into the city…how we didn’t see multiple accidents we’re unsure, but the crazy driving seems to work somehow! As palm plantations gave way to buildings, we saw the Petronas ...
... pool on the 33rd floor. Upon arrival at the pool she became even more reluctant to go into the water. There was nobody else in the pool but there were about 20 guests sitting around its perimeter drinking cocktails and awaiting the first contestants of the 'Best stroke competition'. Susie did not want people gawping at her, but David forced the issue, stripped off his dressing gown and then gave Susie a run for her money in the 'Best breast competition' (the word ...
... all five of us to make a batik. He was happy to oblige. I thanked him probably too much, and we all sat down to be taught the ever hard skill of batik design. It looks easy, but I can assure you, it is not. It is a skill that takes years to accomplish. Lucky for us, Lazim was the one who did the waxing part of the batik for all of us. All we had to do was trace our pictures, let him do the waxing, and then we were left on our own to do the painting. It was ...
... up for the first time: Ah Ma was always lazy, she says.
Ah Ma says their house faced the back of the museum in Taiping. Tigers were not so rare then, and they were brought in as museum specimens. The museum wanted the skin and skeleton, but the meat was given away. Their servant used to be given some of the meat, which she would dry and send back to China. Ah Ma used to eat some of the tiger meat. She was born in the ...
... Cantonese, some Hokkien and some Mandarin at a mother tongue level (although all of them usually speak at least some little Mandarin). Let me tell you, in case you ignore it like it was my case, Cantonese, Hokkien and Mandarin are different forms of Chinese, but so different to each other that they basically constitute separated languages, and they don't understand each other (writing is the same or similar). Sum that up to the fact that many Chinese families have to ...
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