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Saturday, August 12, 2017

Auckland Family History Expo

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I was exhibiting at the Auckland Family History Expo, and this lovely lady wore her red costume and her yellow daffodil.

The Auckland Research Centres are able to provide the tools and resources to help you on your family history journey. Whether you are just starting out or are wanting to explore something new, find out what we have to offer here:
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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Tom Sawyer and fence




Do you have incidences or chapters in books that you remember?
I don't know about you, but I do.
Tom Sawyer's whitewashing the fence by Mark Twain is something I always remember how Tom tricked his friends Huckleberry Finn and others (boys and girls) to paint his work for him by pretending it was a lot of fun. They had to "pay" him for this privilege. May be it is the constant reminder by all the fences around me. Perhaps it is the phrase: Build bridges, not fence that is deep inside the recess of my mind that has this impact.
I chanced upon this gentleman painting his fence that just jotted my memory. I studied this chapter when I was 12 and had just started my Secondary School in Methodist School in Sibu. I can't remember if it was chapter one. I never forgot. I can picture the teacher's face though I have forgotten his name.


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Monday, August 7, 2017

Singapore zoo




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A moat separated us from the performing elephants in the Singapore Zoo. Every now and then, the elephants used their nose and sprayed water at the unexpected spectators.

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Sunday, August 6, 2017

Elephants in Singapore

This is Singapore Zoo. I like the humane way they treat the elephants.











A moat separated us from the performing elephants in the Singapore Zoo. Every now and then, the elephants used their nose and sprayed water at the unexpected spectators.

Some one wanted photos of elephants, I forgot who. She is welcomed to used these. Just acknowledge my source.