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  1. JH
    March 25, 2011 @ 9:33 pm

    A awe­some post!

    I can’t hide my sad­ness and dis­ap­point­ment that we are los­ing a rich her­itage, cul­ture, lifestyle and his­tory of Sin­ga­pore, with myself grow­ing up with such good­ies and tid­bits. What the future gen­er­a­tion will look for and look at, might be very dif­fer­ent from we have grown up with.

    Per­son­ally, doing my own Old Places cov­er­age and writ­ing, hop­ing to cap­ture them down in his­tory, shar­ing and passing-it-on before it is gone for­ever into his­tory and books.

    Nev­er­the­less, you guys have been doing an awe­some job! Keep it up! Keep shoot­ing & sharing!

    JH
    http://www.photojournalist-tgh.tv

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    • lizzy
      March 27, 2011 @ 11:20 pm

      Hi JH!

      Thanks for drop­ping by! Maybe you’ll be inter­ested to con­tribute or guest-post for us some­time, great con­tent you have there too!

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  2. claud
    March 27, 2011 @ 2:22 pm

    gor­geous pho­tos — how did you get them to agree? I wan­dered around bukit timah tak­ing pho­tos and get­ting called siao zhar bo by old tcm phar­ma­cists who didn’t agree with all this cam­era business.

    as to bis­cuits from a tin, my local sheng siong still does that.

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    • lizzy
      March 27, 2011 @ 11:19 pm

      Hi claud,

      Thanks for the com­pli­ments. :)
      It wasn’t hard and I was sur­prised myself that they were so will­ing. Actu­ally, some­times all you have to do is ask, which is some­thing we have to do a lot of as we’re out dis­cov­er­ing con­tent about 3 days a week.

      Not every­one is com­fort­able with us shoot­ing but we have a pretty good ‘go ahead’ rate. We also often print pho­tos to give to the peo­ple we shoot. :)

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