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Funny Caption 28: Cat and Pigeon Talk

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"Look what I found!" "Don't give it to me! The trash can is over there." "Showing off skill of your beak again?" "Would it kill you to leave some for me?" "How many times must I warn you that the human trash bin is full of animal traps!" "Look! I've already told you that I'm not into discarded plastic cup!" "It's so like you...only come to me when you need my help." "Finally, a good

Alternative Title for Movie Poster 6: Home Alon...

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Movie poster for original title:  Home Alone (1990). Alternative movie for the poster:  Primal Scream (1987).

DBS Marina Regatta 2016: 1st Day

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After lunch, i decided to go somewhere to walk off my lunch. Aah...i remember the annual Marina Regatta started today. So off i went. I particularly like the urban beach. I don't go to beach because it's a bit far. If Francis won't come to the beach, then the beach must come to Francis. Ok, we - the beach and i (sounds a classic film title) - compromise and meet half way between West Coast and

Alternative Title for Movie Poster 2: The Seven...

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Movie poster for original title:  The Seven Year Itch (1955). Alternative movie for the poster :  Up In the Air (2009). To see all my funny captions, click here.

A Brief Heritage Walk in Cebu City, Philippines

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We only have just a little more than an hour of sunlight. We decided to have a little walk around Cebu City center, especially in the heritage area. Highlight of the walk (Click to enlarge)   Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral We started the walk in Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral. It was built in the late 17th century and didn't really complete until 20th century. The facade is topped with a

Masizzim Korean Restaurant

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Masizzim Korean Restaurant, 313 Orchard Road #B3-02 Singapore While Korean is one of my fave Asian cuisine, it hasn't been ranked too high until now. This is because Korean is known for their BBQ restaurants. While I enjoy Korean BBQ, it's not my most favorite dishes. With the cold climate of Korean peninsula, stews should be one of the mainstay of Korean cuisine. Surprisingly, I haven't came

SDR, Alternative Currencies, China and the Coll...

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SDR has thrust into the limelight of late because of the talk of the imminent death of U.S. dollar as a global reserve fiat currency, and importantly,  the news of the inclusion of RMB into the SDR currency basket since Nov 2015.  CNY Inclusion into SDR  Before we get into that, what is SDR? SDR stands for Special Drawing Rights, which sounds more like some kind of law than a name for a baskett

Bohol Highlights Tour: Chocolate Hills, Tarsier...

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After the Manila trip, we went to visit Cebu for 2 reasons. The 1st was to see the Cebu itself, which is said to be older than Manila because the oldest street in the Philippines - Colon Street - is located in Cebu. The 2nd reason was to see the UNESCO World Heritage Site Chocolate Hills where Cebu provides a good stepping stone. We joined this day trip to Bohol that took us to several sites/

Singapore St. Patrick's Day Street Festival 2016

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It's not all surprising that St Patrick's Day is celebrated in the English-speaking immigrant nations of America, Australia and Canada (in alphabetical order for political correctness) where there're a sizable Irish communities, migrated there especially during the late 18th century. And the Aussies, Canadian and Yanks also enjoy Oktoberfest. Let's go green (大小戴綠帽) It's little surprising

i Light Marina Bay 2016: Day 14 Visit

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You may want to read my previous visit to i light Marina Bay Festival here, if you haven't. The art installations are basically placed at 3 locations around Marina Bay. In my previous visit, I went to see the exhibits in the Promotory @ Marina Bay. In this visit, I was going to see the exhibits located next to Marina Bay Sands. So the views I saw are that of the CBD. View from Marina Bay

Rizal Park

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Parallel Parks?  It doesn't take too much imagination to see some parallels in the layouts between Rizal Park and the Memorial Parks in Washington D.C. (excluding the National Mall) Nor should it be surprisingly because Rizal Park is developed during the period when the Philippines was an American Colony. Of course, one wouldn't expect a carbon copy. Rizal Park layout Memorial Parks,

Sold my ABX Yesterday

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Just sold one of  my 2 Barrick Gold (ABX) position yesterday. You may want to read the why and when I bought ABX in this post Analysis of Barrick Gold Price Chart if you haven't. I still believe that this year is the start of bull market for gold. But after running so fast, the bull is tired and needs a rest. Everyone and everything does, gold bull is no exception. I think everyone agrees with

i Light Marina Bay 2016: Day 5 Visit

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i light Festival  Singapore has quite a number of annual festivals, and i light Marina Bay is another one. While this is its 4th edition of the event, this is the 1st time I attended. This light art festival is yet another way that Singapore can boost its profile as an Asian art hub, a reputation that Singapore has strengthened with the opening of National Gallery Singapore. If this lures any

Greenbelt Chapel and Shopping Mall in Manila

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The Spaniard are good at making interesting and unique cathedrals (or guitars, or paella, or aeroplane tails). And they passed on those legacies to the Philippines (at least the 1st 2). In fact, the Philippines is the only country in SE Asia where a number of churches/cathedrals have made itself into the UNESCO listing under the category of Baroque Churches of the Philippines. Equally

Golden Cross on Gold Price Chart

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It seems nobody is talking about the 50-200d golden cross that just occurred in the spot gold price chart. Maybe the bull market in gold market is already a forgone conclusion, and so nobody really needs any more confirmation. Still, I think it's good to have yet another technical indicator to reinforce the trend on top of fundamental reason. 6 month gold chart (ending 3 Mar 2016) There has

Manila Day 1: Intramuros by Cycle Rickshaw

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What's in the Name. What's inside the Wall.  Intra muros (Latin "Within the walls". Aka Walled City). Going to Manila without seeing Intramuros is like going to Beijing without visiting the Forbidden City, or my place without seeing Ada's bedroom (it's quite a sight, if you haven't seen a war zone). Sign above one of the gate of the walled city Philippines has 5 UNESCO World Heritage

Ayala Triangle Park with Festival of Lights

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Lights in the Triangle  I heard about Ayala Triangle because it's only some 15 mins walk (you probably can manage in 7) from Fraser Place where I stayed. You can't miss it on the map. But I didn't plan to visit it tonight. I had a Japanese dinner nearby and unaware of its proximity to Ayala Triangle. The Japanese dinner, which ranks highly in the net, was disappointing (so I won't name them).

Why Gold Shines When Stock Market Declines?

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Parallel Falls in Gold and Stock Markets  A friend asked me that during the decline of the 2008 stock markets, the gold market got pulled down with it, dropping from $1073 to $798 (a drop of 26%), as seen from the charts below. (Click to enlarge) Since the gold drop in 2008, there's a myth created that was repeated almost like a mantra, "The stock bear market plunge will pull the gold

The Year of Fire Monkey: Fun Facts and Thoughts

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The Most Adapted Monkey of All Time  I wrote about the Fun Facts and Thoughts about the Chinese Year of the Goat last year, I thought I would keep up the tradition until all 12 Chinese zodiacs are covered. Let's continue with the Chinese Year of the Fire Monkey. Chinese New Year of the Monkey 2016 on Google Doodle For Chinese and children in foreign lands, the Monkey King is a very popular

A Hero's Journey is Born

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A Star (Wars) is Born  Since the 1st installment of Star Wars was made back in 1977, George Lucas had given birth to the movie genre that based on the Hero's Journey narrative structure. Quite appropriately the birth took place in a hospital. After an accident, while Lucas recuperated in a hospital, he read Joseph Campbell's The Hero with a Thousand Faces (1949). In this his seminal work,

A Quick Peek at P.Burgos St, Makati, Manila

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Accidental Tourist  I did the usual research on the top 10 destinations to visit in Manila before coming here, and not surprisingly, P.Burgos St didn't come up. O, what a tangled web of wires they weave When first I set my eyes on Burgos Street ! Yesterday, when my hotel's shuttle bus drove past the corner of Makati Ave and P.Burgos St, a yellow building by the business name of Moulin Rouge

Jollibee, Makati, Manila

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All Roads Lead to Jollibee  I decided to go to Jolibee for lunch. This is best described as Pinoy solution to American fastfood restaurants like KFC + McDonald's. I made it very clear that Filipinos love chicken above all else in Max's Restaurant, which is one of the better known restaurant chain that specialises in chicken among the countless of chicken restaurants mushroomed in Manila. Ada

Jollibee, Makati

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All Roads Lead to Jollibee  I decided to go to Jolibee for lunch. This is best described as Pinoy solution to American fastfood restaurants like KFC + McDonald's. I made it very clear that Filipinos love chicken above all else in Max's Restaurant, which is one of the better known restaurant chain that specialises in chicken among the countless of chicken restaurants mushroomed in Manila. Ada

The Thing CNBC Says

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Or doesn't say. Experienced and smart investors that I respect all quite critical about the kind of things CNBC reports and what their commentators say. Of course, I don't have much respect for them either with each passing day. One case in point. Yesterday, the Dow fell as much as 565 points at one stage. So the CNBC talking heads gathered to comment on that plunge. When it comes to say if

3D Street Art in Sentosa and Other Tricky Arts

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Seeing Things in 3D  When I heard of a 3D street art has been painted outside the Trick Eye Museum in Sentosa, I thought I would check it out (ok, I can do with some walking exercises, but I just need an excuse). The street painting is meant to enter the Guinness Record. No, I don't want to pay money to see Trick Eye Museum. I'm still waiting for the free ticket. The 3D street art in front

Technical Analysis of Barrick Gold Price Chart

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As I mentioned in my article When Will the Price of Gold Recovers that I bought some Barrick Gold (ABX) stock back in Oct 2015. Here's my thinking - or more importantly, the lesson I've learnt - about the purchase. 5 year chart of Barrick Gold (ABX) (Click to enlarge) This chart shows that for the 1st time in some 4.5 years, the price of ABX has finally broken out its downtrend line. Let's

The Eight @ Grand Lisboa Macau

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Cantonese

Yummy Viet Vietnamese Restaurant

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Cuisine

Landmark and Glorietta Shopping Malls

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Asia

Wildflour Café + Bakery

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American

Max's Restaurant in Manila

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Chicken

When Will the Price of Gold Recover?

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Economics

Sichuan Day 3: Regimen Massage in ChengDu

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Asia

Sichuan Day 1: Chengdu

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Accommodation

Sichuan Day 1: HKIA

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Airport

Thought of the Day 24: Flies and Honey

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Funny Quote

Thought of the Day 22: Ironic Confusion

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Funny Quote

Thought of the Day 21: Clock Speeds

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Funny Quote

Thought of the Day 20: The Arts of Us

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Funny Quote

Thought of the Day 19: Murphy's Law

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Funny Quote

Thought of the Day 18: God and Mothers

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Funny Quote

Thought of the Day 17: Aging of Wine

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