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Archive for March, 2009
It was a serendipitous meeting. I was lunching with Bernard Tan, CEO of Kinta Properties, and his family at the Dome Restaurant in Meru Golf Resort Ipoh and there was his guest, Ricky Parlanti
The street turning off to the left as one crosses Kinta River travelling down Jalan Sultan Iskandar Shah (Hugh Low Street) is a fascinating part of Ipoh’s old town.
The small section of old town as one drives down Hugh Low Street or Jalan Sultan Iskandar Shah, just after Kinta River, is a veritable warren of eating havens, some long established and others, mere stalls or coffee shops each boasting its signature dishes where the food cognoscenti go for good taste and good value.
When I first heard of Concubine Lane, my over-active imagination immediately conjured up scenes of afternoon or late night rendezvous where chauffeur-driven limousines deposit wealthy tycoons as they sneak furtively into the lane for their romantic assignations with their concubines.
Having lived in Ipoh for 13 years, I consider it gross negligence on the part of all my foodie friends for not introducing me to Hoong Tho Restaurant!
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A 2-month-old baby girl survived an accident which killed her parents, 2-year-old brother and maternal grandmother. She stands to inherit RM2 Million. The inheritance includes money in banks, investment in shares, properties, EPF and insurance compensation. Her parents died without a WILL or TRUST in place. Her 2 uncles and paternal grandmother now want to [...]
Too often we have heard this sad statement, “I should have…” The blood test results are out and we hear regrets like, “I should have… done this test regularly”, “I should have… controlled my diet”, “I should have… seen a doctor earlier instead of procrastinating”. All these “I should haves…” are expressions of regret and [...]