Thursday, February 23, 2017

Thursday Challenge:Road

theme is  Road (Street, Country Road, Highway, Path, Trail,...).

Monday, February 20, 2017


See the fruit? It is called Rambutan. Rambut in Malay and Iban means hairy. The fruit is called hairy fruit.


Jackfruit tree at the compound of the Malaysian Railway station in Paloh. In most places, I see the grower "saronging" or wrapping the fruit with a sack to prevent insects from attacking the fruits. But not in this case, yet the fruits are beautiful.

Another reason for "saronging" the fruit is to tell people that the tree is mine, not everyone's. It seems in the old days, especially if you grow your fruit tree on public land, everyone is allowed to harvest the fruit.

I know this because I used to grow a lot of bananas and papayas,( paw paw) on the university land, the fruits were taken. The Malay ladies who clean the common area told me to do this. After I "saronged" my fruits, people no longer helped themselves to my fruits.

Table soccer

something for kids to chill

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Forlag: Ann Kit Suet Chin Chan

Forlag: Ann Kit Suet Chin Chan

Gratis levering til Danmark

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Friday, February 17, 2017

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World War Two in Borneo : tales of my Grandpa, Ann Kit Suet Chin Chan = Di er ci she jie da zhan : wo ye ye du gu shi / Chen Jie Xue

"Fiction/non-fiction book", an account of the lives of Chinese villagers in Kwong Tung Bar under Japanese occupation during World War 2
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Chinese chives flower

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 First blooms from my garden. A delicate vegetable.