Wednesday, May 15, 2013

ABC : Letter R for ribbon candy, report, remark, research, reply, read

Went to Harbour town on Surfers paradise, these ribbons are a child's paradise.  For my save the world theme, it would be a nightmare for parents to drag a kid away without buying these.

Incidentally yesterday, a certain Mr. Roper made a comment on one of my blogs and remarked that I didn't research it and made a sweeping report. Unfortunately I could not reply his comment because he was not a blogger like you and me. He did however have a hyperlink and I wrote to the corporation. They denied he was an employee.

This is the essence of it, I post it just in case you like to read it.

Hi Maria,
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From: Maria Garcia
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 6:56 AM
Subject: RE: [From China to Borneo and Beyond 海外华人的中国魂: 从中国,到南洋,到更远] New comment on Save the world: sugar cane.

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From: ann chin [mailto:annkschin@yahoo.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 6:00 AM
To: Buss Roper; Maria Garcia
Subject: Re: [From China to Borneo and Beyond 
海外华人的中国魂从中国,到南洋,到更] New comment on Save the world: sugar cane.

Dear Group STI,

A Mr. Buss Roper posted this comment below on my blog with a hyperlink to you, I presume he is an employee of yours.

I am bemused by his comment. No where in my post did I say, " that sugar leads to any disease, even obesity." On the contrary, my family is into growing sugar canes for part of the income."

If Mr. Roper had read carefully, he would have read that in Malaysia and Singapore, people consume a lot of fresh sugar cane juice. Once it was suspected that the canes were left standing on the market stall floor. The fibrous/porous cane sucked up the water and detergent when the cleaners cleaned the stalls in the evening. This practice is still done in Malaysia. In Singapore, this practice is stopped, and canes are cut into manageable lengths and left on the counter.

Mr Roper doesn't not allow me to direct my reply, so I am sending this to you.



--- On Tue, 14/5/13, Buss Roper <noreply-comment@blogger.com> wrote:

From: Buss Roper <noreply-comment@blogger.com>
Subject: [From China to Borneo and Beyond 
海外华人的中国魂从中国,到南洋,到更] New comment on Save the world: sugar cane.
To: annkschin@yahoo.com
Received: Tuesday, 14 May, 2013, 6:29 PM
Buss Roper has left a new comment on your post "Save the world: sugar cane": 

Sugar industry, incredibly, insists that once you look at the research, no expert says that sugar leads to any disease, even obesity.

refining of sugar 

Posted by Buss Roper to From China to Borneo and Beyond 海外华人的中国魂从中国,到南洋,到更 at May 14, 2013 at 3:29 AM


Roger Owen Green said...

There are lots of people on the Internet who like to cause mischief.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Wanda said...

There are always a few jerks out there.

Leslie: said...

Gotta be careful out there. Love the photos of the ribbon candy!

abcw team

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't be able to drag my husband away (or myself) without buying some =)

Kate said...

Haven't had this delicious candy for a long time; wouldn't mind have a bag of these! Kate, ABC Team

Unknown said...

a little sugar is good, not too much.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Uh-oh, sugar rush..

My apologies for the late visit.
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team