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Seafood White Bee Hoon : Quan Kee Fish Soup

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Pre-National Day celebration lunch with my foodie friends at Our Tampines Hub Hawker Centre. They’re my foodie buddy Angie and our FB foodie friends. We ate Seafood White Bee Hoon (vermicelli) at Quan Kee Fish Soup. Angie has eaten at this stall a few days ago and she highly recommends their Seafood White Bee Hoon. Curious, Continue Reading

Kuala Lumpur : One Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour

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In early July, we went to Kuala Lumpur with 26 members of Singapore Qionghai Association. We were attending the swearing-in ceremony of the 10th committee World Qionghai Residents Association. Spread over two evenings, we went on a guided tour of Kuala Lumpur city in the daytime. Used to traveling free and easy, I dislike going Continue Reading

Teochew Desserts : Soon Heng Hot & Cold Desserts

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It’s rare to find good and inexpensive old school Teochew desserts these days. I first met Madam Tan of Soon Heng Hot & Cold Desserts in 2016 at a Teochew karaoke session. On her first visit, she brought us her popular dessert, cheng tng. This local dessert, which literally means clear soup, is known for its cooling Continue Reading

Eastcoastlife’s Hainanese Chicken Curry

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The Hainanese Chicken Curry is a famous Singaporean dish. I am so confident of my Hainanese Chicken Curry when I volunteered to cook it for a potluck party. What’s incredible was, the participants were 30 council members of a Hainanese clan. Of all the different types of chicken curry dishes out there, I chose to Continue Reading

Resorts World Genting Malaysia @ Genting Highlands

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Together with 28 of our kinsmen, we embarked on a two-day stay at the iconic Resorts World Genting Malaysia. It has spent RM10.38 billion on a major revamp of the facilities. It’s been a year since we last stepped foot into Genting Highlands. At 6000 feet up in the mountains, it was an enjoyable stay with the crisp mountain Continue Reading