Singapore 101 for visitors, foreign talent and everyone who wants to know about this little red dot All pictures shot by H...
Victoria Memorial Hall: What the British left behind when they quit Singapore
Decorative Chinese New Year prints to brighten home,  attract good fortune and boost the stock market
Singaporeans always on the ball, no matter how bad or wet the times
Green sanctuary for java at bottom of Ang Mo Kio hilly park
Without handphones and Internet, Singapore kids exhibit zombie behaviour
Serangoon Road pretending to be little India, to attract Indian tourist dollars. Note that “Indian” shops are Chinese-owned.
At Kwong Min Shan temple, letting the grass grow.
Rain or shine, umbrellas are needed
National pastime: Queuing for lottery tickets with money from loan sharks. Singaporeans spend $800-$2,000 a month on lotte...
Boh herr, hay are hor (no fish, shrimps also good) for the national dish.
Singapore high tea with fluffy kueh a la shiok
Young, unmarried Singaporean bloggers
Don’t read, kena hammered! At the public library, kungfu enforcers ensure kids read
What you don’t see behind the laundry shop
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What you don\'t know about Singapore

  1. 1. Singapore 101 for visitors, foreign talent and everyone who wants to know about this little red dot All pictures shot by Hsiaoshuang
  2. 2. Victoria Memorial Hall: What the British left behind when they quit Singapore
  3. 3. Decorative Chinese New Year prints to brighten home, attract good fortune and boost the stock market
  4. 4. Singaporeans always on the ball, no matter how bad or wet the times
  5. 5. Green sanctuary for java at bottom of Ang Mo Kio hilly park
  6. 6. Without handphones and Internet, Singapore kids exhibit zombie behaviour
  7. 7. Serangoon Road pretending to be little India, to attract Indian tourist dollars. Note that “Indian” shops are Chinese-owned.
  8. 8. At Kwong Min Shan temple, letting the grass grow.
  9. 9. Rain or shine, umbrellas are needed
  10. 10. National pastime: Queuing for lottery tickets with money from loan sharks. Singaporeans spend $800-$2,000 a month on lottery.
  11. 11. Boh herr, hay are hor (no fish, shrimps also good) for the national dish.
  12. 12. Singapore high tea with fluffy kueh a la shiok
  13. 13. Young, unmarried Singaporean bloggers
  14. 14. Don’t read, kena hammered! At the public library, kungfu enforcers ensure kids read
  15. 15. What you don’t see behind the laundry shop

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