GC, I will drop by, thanksGlobal citizen wrote:Presently here as we own 2 restaurants and looks like we'll be staying. Have been here for 11 years now and this is the fifith country I've lived in due to spouse's previous job.
My roots are S'porean but home seems to be whereever. You've been around a bit too, haven't you? I may be back this year for a visit if time permits. If you're ever here in Jamaica, you'll definitely need to look me up if you 're a gourmand. Food is in our souls and I still miss the local food now and then.
Well, I'm 1.86 m, ash-blond curly hair, blue eyes. I guess I'm about asjaqueline wrote:Hi Curacao, good to hear that you are spared from it. The
resentment is - from all I heard and experienced - really targeted towards
white caucasians US, EU. I presume you dont have this typical caucasian
Poor Bubbs. You've got it bad for Singers haven't you? And the beans on toast isn't doing you any favors either But weren't you coming over for a while near the end of the year?Bubbs wrote: Ah, roti, nasi lemak, satay, those lovely little cakey type thigies, with pineapple type jam in them....banana fritters.......sorry, it was the talk of all the food in the last few postings....
And guess what I'm having for lunch.........
Beans on toast........lucky, lucky you lot out there......sob, sob, sob.....
Except that the Chinese are also foreigners in Singapore. Singapore is not a part of China, Singapore is NOT Chinese territory. Have you forgotten how you learnt about the four races in Pri school? tsk tsk tsk...chinese club wrote:Singapore is chinese territory and its supposed to stay like that. Were smart and hard working - no need for foreigners.
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