This is me on CNA First Look Asia this morning, Seven-Early-Eight-Early, to talk about iPad Pro, Pencil and Smart Keyboard. I had to wake up at 5.30am for this. But you know, that's the kind of dedicated tech guy I am.
Side note, that uncle is the grandfather of @leongsushan who told me he is the painter and artisan of Haw Par Villa.
Update: According to reader Dawn Marie Lee, "The kebaya maker is quite well-known and I enjoy his work. I spoke to him and has informed me that this piece is the very first he has made in this way as he is trying out something new. It was purpose made to be worn like this, with a V-neck at the back, fastened with a kerosang, and a high collar at the front (like a turtleneck blouse). He is someone who likes to innovate and try out new interpretations of the kebaya. He did say he recommended his traditional kebayas to this Russian couple but they preferred this look."
“In a democracy, someone who fails to get elected to office can always console himself with the thought that there was something not quite fair about it.” ― Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War.
In Singapore, someone who fails to get elected to office can always console himself that next round, he can always tompang a coattail.
PM said on his Facebook page: “Lui Tuck Yew has told me that he does not wish to stand again in the coming General Election, and I have reluctantly accepted his decision. He had told me this early this year. My senior colleagues and I tried hard to change his mind, and are disappointed that we did not succeed.”
If I were his colleagues, I also don't want him to leave lor. Or else might become the next fella to kena arrow.