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Re: Kuching in the 80's as I remembered
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Yah ...... when satay was 5 sen a stick! And I think it was 25 sen for morning show.

Posted on: 2010/1/15 14:08
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happy chinese new year..well actually here in vancouver it's CNY today..
about that sylvia cinema, looks pretty old indeed that photo.
my first impression was it's for wayang kulit...:D

Posted on: 2010/2/14 20:23
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We r house with parabola disc at early 80's where hard to find at other state. lol

Posted on: 2010/8/25 21:49
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It still is.

Posted on: 2010/8/26 0:09
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Hello, I was wondering did my memory served me wrong or was it real that many years back, there was some kind of open air food court at Saberkas, where the environment is a bit similar to Taman Kereta now. I was a small kid back then, I could associated places wrongly.

On the other hand, I do remember there was this Bukit Mata sort of hawker area, which is a very busy food place at night. I heard they are what Taman Kereta is now, because apparently the stalls moved to this place.

Posted on: 2010/12/6 20:12
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Re: Kuching in the 80's as I remembered
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yes ,you're right. no more liao i think. many things offered in the 80's are original and nice. you can even eat turtle eggs for 50 cents at Tiger Garden(now Green Hill) stall near the drain .

Posted on: 2010/12/6 21:43
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I miss all the 70s and 80s of Kuching...
even it looked underdeveloped to most comparable town,
it was peaceful, fresher air. Houses that time had no gate and fences, strong neighborhood watch against theft.
Such atmosphere is completely dying out in mid-90s when development started and running gov vision plans....
ah well...people might have seeked for a better look of city
some prices to pay, some turmoil to go through, some frustrations of traffic congestion...as it will be.

Posted on: 2010/12/12 10:05
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I remember in 1981 ...

The only shopping centre is Electra House.

The only supermarket was Ting & Ting.

To go to Nonok, I have to take a boat.

And Ching Yang Leong was pack with so many people.

My father would go to Sunday market to buy turtle eggs.

My father shoot flying fox in our Jalan Kerita Api garden with his shot gun.

And no traffic jam.

Posted on: 2010/12/13 3:36
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waa...your daddy got "sua tu cheng" ,single or double barrels?

Posted on: 2010/12/13 20:38
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It is a double barrel shotgun. He buy the bullets from Chin & Chin across from the police station.

My father said he can only transfer to me. He cant even transfer to his relatives.

But I dont want it. I think may have to give back to the government he said.

Why is gun death penalty without license in Malaysia? I rather that people can own guns in Malaysia and that will stop the robbing. Guns dont kill people. Its people that kill people!

Posted on: 2010/12/17 2:45
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