getting some help from Auntie En-Yin.
in singapore, construction crews ride around in trucks...the back of them. they might be in a parking lot, a side road, or the highway at 60 mph. LOL. these guys were good enough to let me take their photo.
relaxing before some chinese soap-opera
my grandmother on my mother's side
currently the youngest Soo
my aunt with her friend, Anne.
Pui-Leng and Wei-Loong
Thank God for the Soo / Sous chefs =)
on the menu:
chicken corn soup
curry and caramelized onions coated pork tenderloin medallions with black olive, pine nut and tomato ragout
Michael lines up a good breakfast. in the end, we decided that if rotiprata is available, dosai is a waste of time, money, and stomach space!
Melissa, Lih-Jen, and Wai-Lap lick their chops.
Alex, Dominick, me, Wai-Kin
Wei-Loong, Boon Boon, June, Lih-Jen
Uncle Siew-Beng, Auntie Swee-Kheng, Auntie En-Yin, Uncle Gerald, Auntie Suzanne
Grandma, her sister, Dad, Uncle Kam Tatt
quite possibly the most ee-ree-ta-teeng dog ever
Suzanne shows the medicinal properties of the sitnkiest fruit on the planet. So good for da skin, cures headaches also what!
the twins with their mom
in a grocery store. lots of fresh seafood in Singapore
trying on pants for Benjamin's first communion.
we call her "Mama"
on the way home in Los Angeles
sizing up a platter of chili-crab
i drank two things in singapore: lime juice, (dave you'd love this), and teh halia, (tea with condensed milk and ginger juice).
with Bernadine, Brendan, and Benjamin.
so japanese lahhhh
manhandling some crab
still suffering from a bit of jet lag
the sharks are in the water. i was lucky to get out alive...
Grandma pays last respects to her husband