Tags » POW

Historical Travel

History unveils itself as you travel.  If you get to know tourist sites, local people (even as a tourist) then you can find out and gain real insights into the places you travel to – or the people in the places! 1,299 more words

Travel Blog 2015-16

Survey finds boys receive up to $274 more ang pow than girls for Chinese New Year

(Source: www.youngparents.com.sg)

By Lynn Wee

A survey by the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (OCBC) has revealed a huge gap between the amount of ang pow boys and girls receive during Chinese New Year. 355 more words

Money Matters

POW, #2 - SOOC

What’s SOOC? It stands for Straight Out Of the Camera. No edits or anything, just the photo itself straight from the device.

I edit my photos 99.9% of the time before posting them, like almost everyone. 258 more words

Photography

Survey finds boys receive up to $274 more ang pow than girls for Chinese New Year

(Source: www.youngparents.com.sg)

A survey by the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (OCBC) has revealed a huge gap between the amount of ang pow boys and girls receive during Chinese New Year. 355 more words

Money Matters

The Bridge on the River Kwai

This posting is dedicated to my dad, Keith Miller. Dad, you fought in Europe, not SEAsia and thankfully you were not a POW. But you experienced war and hunger and fear, and those experiences were life-changing for you. 1,202 more words

Thailand

The Forgotten Highlander

I just read the The Forgotten Higlander: An Incredible WWII Story of Survival in the Pacific by Alistair Urquhart. Alistair who has died aged 97, was a prisoner of the Japanese from 1942 to 1945, surviving both the infamous ‘ 662 more words

Books