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As a pioneer generation blogger in Singapore who blogs as a hobby to share with heritage friends young and old.
I discovered that the “Facebook Memories” features serve me as “memory-aids” on my personal blogs to jog my fond nostalgic memories posted on my blogs many years ago.
Three years ago, the “Memorable Snippets of Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2013”, compiled this memorable photojournal from Frontline on Channel 8 on September 2013. Courtesy of MediaCorp Singapore.
The still photos captured from TV as “memory-aids”, it is my pleasure to refresh my memories and interview in Chinese and to help me to remember about the events.
I grew up in Bukit Ho Swee kampong here and here .
As a story-teller about the Bukit Ho Swee fire here in a video produced by Angeline Koh of Tyros.
During the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2013 documentary filming of “Frontline” in these photos.
To recollect my childhood memories of mid-autumn celebration at Bukit Ho Swee here to mention about the 5-year-old lantern which my mother bought for me in Chinatown.
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Great POSTs…. You have shared your stories and views…positive n negatives…and has allowed us, the Facebook Users, to understand more of using the Facebook…..revealing the cases that any negative comments may also Not be affected by the Standard and regulations of Facebook…as few have not noted. Thanks Greatly….Regards. Year 2016…..Sept.
Hi Veronica, thank you for your kind compliments and encouragements. Appreciate your constructive comments. Warm Regards.
James Seah (aka Thimbuktu)