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Re: World War 2 underground chamber at Gambier Road?
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btw,i read the paper today & our local assembly man,Dominique Ng still holding his stand - there's still "something" down there..!

Posted on: 2009/7/17 14:38
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Re: World War 2 underground chamber at Gambier Road?
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webbie wrote: ... they would investigate Ng’s claims.
Usually if i am not feeling like doing some stupo job my boss give me, I will say: Ok, I "would" do it ...

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I was so excited when I first read about this news, deep inside I thought we might be discovering something great that was part of Kuching's history...it's a bummer to know if we all got excited over nothing! However, I still think this city is one of the most "British-ish" cities in the country.

Posted on: 2009/7/18 23:17
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Re: World War 2 underground chamber at Gambier Road?
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cross your fingers. its not over yet, i thought dominique ng further pursued the claim and halt the destruction?


Posted on: 2009/7/19 0:40
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And the battle over the Gambier Street icons continue.

Personally, old foundations do not really provide much in terms of 'tourism' appeal but it does have massive 'historical significance.' Old WWI and WWII rock-cut forts in Sydney are just mere curiosities for hikers who decide to hike along the South Heads and are not marketed as tourism products. Like these 'hidden tunnels,' they seem to blend in with the scenery, and sadly, some are not well maintained, but they do provide pleasant surprises for the world-weary traveller.

Though I must admit, this would be a good plotline for a book. Oh, and good for the 'rumour mills' of Kuching. Just imagine: Lord White Hair demolishing old buildings along the Gambier Street Embankment to look for the Fountain of Youth, with the entrance via hidden tunnels. Or maybe some relic that provides the holder with immense power. Or something. Reminds me of the old 'construction of the Umbrella to look for WWII gold' rumour.

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And the battle over the Gambier Street icons continue.

Though I must admit, this would be a good plotline for a book. Oh, and good for the 'rumour mills' of Kuching. Just imagine: Lord White Hair demolishing old buildings along the Gambier Street Embankment to look for the Fountain of Youth, with the entrance via hidden tunnels. Or maybe some relic that provides the holder with immense power. Or something. Reminds me of the old 'construction of the Umbrella to look for WWII gold' rumour.


Well, any good adventure story book would take the protagonist to far-out-of-reach places for the Fountain of Youth or whatever symbol of power/magic there is, from various hints jumping from one exotic locale to the next, not starting from their own backyard...

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