You know who to call next time when you are in Perth. The wife just told me that Tiger Airways is launching a budget service(S$21) to Perth!. Any one who is thinking of emigrate to Australia, I am sure our tax accountant can give you some $$ advice though not sure about her charges... Glad to hear from you Sou Si...
From: Leong Sou Si [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 8:32 PM
To: email@example.comSubject: Greetings from Perth
I must really embarassed my brother who shared the same bus as I did.!!!! No doubt it was pretty " messy & muddy " affair but most probably most upsetting that my mum had to buy me another pair of shoes. ( as we were very poor). Just told my hubby & daughter abt your e-mail - they thought it was funny.
Left Singapore in 1997 after living there for 15 years. It wud be great too if I still in S'pore since there are so many Kulaian in S'pore.
I have a daughter and a wonderful hubby. We live near University of Western Australia, within walking distance to the Swan River and very short distance to the Cottleloe Beach and city. I work as a tax accountant. To balance my role as mother/driver/maid, I work 4 days a week. I really prefer this arrangement than to rely on maid as I did when I was in S'pore. After living 10 years in Perth, I learn to appreciate here. There must be a reason why Perth is one of the ten most livable place after Vancover, Melbourne etc. Having said that, I must clarify home is where your loved ones are and also what you want from a place. Perth at the moment suits me very well. I go back to S'pore/Malaysia on an average once a year. It was always nice to catch up with Linda Phang when I returned to Kulai. So it was pretty sad when I found out she left this world. I hope the above give a brief update of my current life. Interesting I don't think many especially the boys who went to
I go back to S'pore/Malaysia on an average once a year. It was always nice to to catch up with Linda Phang when I returned to Kulai. So it was pretty sad when I found out she left this world.
I hope the above give a brief update of my current life. Interesting I don't think many especially the boys who went to English College with me knew much of me but they remember that funny incident.....
I will try to ask my hubby to get a decent photo for our class 79 blog posting.
Nice of you to set up the blog. A wonderful opportunity to catch up with old friends.
I will be travelling from Frankfurt to Singapore on 25 July and stay in S'pore for 2 nites. Hopefully we can catch up then.
Warmest regards to you & your family
Sousi, Huw & Megan
From: TS Han - Xentinum Systems [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 10:46 AM
To: 'Leong Sou Si'
Glad you have check in as I wasn't sure who is reading and who is not. There is something I always wanted to confirm with you but never have a chance as we never cross our path since we left Kulai in 1979. This is regarding an incident about a Kulai girl who lost her shoe on the muddy road side while stepping out the school bus to let other folks get out along the way home from English College. Some of our senior boys used to joke about it when I was in KL before leaving the States many years ago
Do send me some updates about you and family and picture for our class79 blog posting.