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Sho Chiku Bai Sake

 

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 oz
Amount Per 1 Serving
Calories 20
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 0.0g
0%
 
Saturated Fat 0.0g
0%
 
Trans Fat 0.0g
 
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.0g
 
MonoUnsaturated Fat 0.0g
Cholesterol 0.0mg
0%
Sodium 0.0mg
0%
Total Carbohydrates 5.0g
2%
 
Dietary Fiber 0.0g
0%
Protein 0.0 g
0%
* Based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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    3 Comments so far

    1. Ibad@February 10th, 2014

      I remembered my two gromtnadhers very well but between the two, I have more fond memories of my maternal grandmother for many reasons.1. She adopted my late mother in 1942 when her father was beheaded at the end of Tg Pagar Road by the Japanese, and her own mother went down with mental illness due to fright. She clothed and gave my mother dignity.I would say my mother owes her life to my grandmother otherwise I never would know what would become of my mother during the Japanese Occupation.2. My grandmother became a dance hostess working in the Great World nighclub for economic reasons. She left her opium-smoking husband and had to fend herself and bringing up 5 daughters. Her husband came from the rich Tan family, someone who controlled the opium trade in the Pearl’s Hill area. There is a road named after him in the Mohd Sultan area called Tong Watt Street. My grandmother always kept this dark secret away from me for fear that I would be demoralised when I heard about this.My grandmother discouraged my mother from working in the same trade when my mother found that she was nor suitable for school nor suitable to assume a decent career in the corporate world. I was always curious to learn where my grandmother acquired her good hospitality skills, courtesy or was it DNA in origin?3. She bought me Christmas presents when she was a Buddhist. She remembered my birthdays and there was always something special on the table - roasted pidgeon. She bought for me infant milk when our family was struggling financially.She taught me through her example about co-existence and tolerance for other people’s beliefs and religions. She knew I was a Christian and she encouraged me to believe in the religion (God) I followed.4. I was able to approach her for her assistance when I needed it most and she kept secrets for me when I had family problems to deal with. When she passed away at the age of 98 (Chinese calender), I was saddened that I not only lost a close relative but a friend. On the other hand I was happy because I was able to carry out the wishes of my late mother.My late mother told me before she died, the day I got my first pay-check I was to remember my grandmother. So I gave her pocket allowance, a big Lunar New Year Ang Pow, got her to come to my house for meals and paid for “X” tables when she celebrated her 80th birthday. Whenever I returned from my Hong Kong business trips, the first stop was her house from the airport. I made sure she got Hong Kong-style roast goose and duck, two of her favorite dishes.

    2. Gyula@February 11th, 2014

      I wonder where the ball is . Oh, I just reiazled it is not just one snapshot but an entire movie (well, 30 seconds or so of an entire movie) and now I see where the ball went. There goes my hope of being seen as a pingpong pro. Fortunately I have decades ahead of me to perfect my game. This is a warning: I shall return. Love you, Ma

    3. Fariza@February 11th, 2014

      Slam dunkin like Shaquille O’Neal, if he wrote inarmoftive articles.

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