Saturday, January 24, 2015

A write-up in German.

http://www.deutsch-linien.de/ann_kit_suet_chin-chan

Ann Kit Suet Chin-Chan

Ann Kit Suet Chin-Chan ist eine malaysische Schriftsteller, die in geboren wurde Sibu .
Sie schrieb die folgenden Bücher:


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Tagebuch eines trauernde Mutter, auf Wiedersehen mein Baby 丧 儿 记: 丧失 儿子 的 母亲 的 一 本 传记
Ein Hinter Mama schreibt Kolleginnen trauernden Eltern und andere zu trösten, um ein Verständnis für diejenigen, die Verluste erlitten haben, zu geben. Genre Selbsthilfe, Trauer, Tod und Sterben, Tod des Kindes, das Überleben
Von China bis Borneo Beyond 海外 华人 的 中国 魂: 从 中国, 到 南洋, 到 更远 Dies ist eine Zeitschrift von zwei Familien, die Chans und der Kongs. Er verfolgt den ersten Satz im Jahr 1907 von Kwang Zhou, China in den Dschungel von Borneo. Genre Geschichte ISBN: 978-0-473-23900-8
Mail Order Bride Buch 邮购 新娘 Dieses Buch ist die Verkörperung der dunklen Seite der heutigen Gesellschaft. Auckland Stadt ist wegen ihrer kosmopolitischen Features, sowie die Präsenz von Einwanderern, neue und alte entschieden. Es gibt Bräute aus der ganzen Welt. ISBN: 978-0-473-25414-8
http://ms.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sekolah_Menengah_Kebangsaan_Methodist,_Sibu* Alumni 1967-1973 ms.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wong_Soon_Koh http://www.theborneopost.com/2013/10/13/author-chin-makes-cikgu-wong-proud/
Forever In My Heart Ausstellung, die an der Pfau-Kunst-Galerie, Upton Country Park ist vom 31. Januar bis 4. Februar 2013.
http://www.foreverinmyheartexhibition.com/134494020?i=64857969
Judy Lancaster-Bowen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZk9w-uywAs&feature=youtu.be Es ist OK zu weinen


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Keywords: Ann Kit Suet Chin-Chan

Kit Chan Suet Ann Chin is a Malaysian writer who was born in Sibu.

She wrote the following books :

    Diary of a bereaved mother: Good bye my baby - Published 2011 in New Zealand
    From China to Borneo to Beyond - Released in 2013 New Zealand
    Mail Order Bride - Released in 2013 New Zealand


credentials

Diary of a bereaved mother , goodbye my baby丧 儿 记:丧失 儿子 的 母亲 的 一 本 传记

A background Mama writes fellow bereaved parents and others to comfort , to give an understanding of those who have suffered loss . Self-help genre , grief , death and dying, death of the child survival

From China to Borneo Beyond海外 华人 的 中国 魂:从 中国,到 南洋,到 更远This is a journal of two families , the Chans and the Kongs . He follows the first set in 1907 by Kwang Zhou, China in the jungles of Borneo. Genre History ISBN: 978-0-473-23900-8

Mail Order Bride Guide邮购 新娘This book is the embodiment of the dark side of today's society . Auckland City because of its cosmopolitan features , as well as the presence of immigrants , new and old decided . There are brides from all over the world. ISBN: 978-0-473-25414-8

    http://www.brudirect.com/national/national/national-local/8808-sibu-born-author-ann-chin-kit-suet-promotes-books
    http://www.theaucklander.co.nz/living/news/words-of-healing/3954293/ ,

http://ms.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sekolah_Menengah_Kebangsaan_Methodist,_Sibu* Alumni 1967-1973 ms.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wong_Soon_Koh http://www.theborneopost.com/2013/10/13/author-chin-makes -cikgu - wong -proud /

Forever In My Heart exhibition, which is on the Peacock Art Gallery , Upton Country Park from January 31 to February 4 -2013.

http://www.foreverinmyheartexhibition.com/134494020?i=64857969

Judy Lancaster Bowen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZk9w-uywAs&feature=youtu.be It's OK to cry

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

being a greenie





I will kick off this series of being green. I am green but not a greenie with extreme views. I will not tie myself to trees if they are threatened to be cut down.
I just like the green environment. I will post pictures of plants and trees. I will not attempt to name them all because I don't know them. If I lead you stray, I will end up with egg in my face.
Just enjoy what God has created.
***This truck is our green truck. The normal garbage collector does not collect garden waste. The green truck comes to those people who have arranged for their collection. They put their "green waste" in a special green bag or a wheelie"***

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Abalone aka paua.



 400 tonnes of paua (abalone) were illegally harvested from New Zealand waters. Most of them destined for foreign restaurants especially Chinese markets.

1000 tonnes of paua are harvested. At this rate, NZ will be like Canada and outh Africa, all their abalone stock being depleted.

I do not buy abalone. Besides the exorbitant price, I don't think the taste is so great to warrant he price.

In the old days, you can buy the green ugly unappetising paua in the fish market. But not any more, it is too expensive for the local market, exept in uppity restaurants where they make them into paua fritters.


Once, 400 tonnes of paua (abalone) were illegally harvested from New Zealand waters. Most of them destined for foreign restaurants especially Chinese markets.

1000 tonnes of paua are harvested. At this rate, NZ will be like Canada and outh Africa, all their abalone stock being depleted.

I do not buy abalone. Besides the exorbitant price, I don't think the taste is so great to warrant he price.

In the old days, you can buy the green ugly unappetising paua in the fish market. But not any more, it is too expensive for the local market, except in uppity restaurants where they make them into paua fritters. The Chinese like them in cans. They bleach them to make them attractive,

In the older days up till 1970s when the water engineer was a student in Christchurch, Paua shells were used for their attractive colours to make jewellery, and souvenirs. Most people didn't eat paua.


In last night's news, 400 tonnes of paua (abalone) were illegally harvested from New Zealand waters. Most of them destined for foreign restaurants especially Chinese markets.

1000 tonnes of paua are harvested. At this rate, NZ will be like Canada and outh Africa, all their abalone stock being depleted.

I do not buy abalone. Besides the exorbitant price, I don't think the taste is so great to warrant he price.

In the old days, you can buy the green ugly unappetising paua in the fish market. But not any more, it is too expensive for the local market, except in uppity restaurants where they make them into paua fritters.



In the older days up till 1970s when the water engineer was a student in Christchurch, Paua shells were used for their attractive colours to make jewellery, and souvenirs. Most people didn't eat paua.
rtising.

My sister Grace: When I have dinner with my in laws, I use mock abalone. They are less than $20 for 500gm and they taste like real abalone. I remember we had mock abalone with Joseph (I think in Kuching), and he thought it was the real mccoy.

In the older days up till 1970s when the water engineer was a student in Christchurch, Paua shells were used for their attractive colours to make jewellery, and souvenirs. Most people didn't eat paua. Now they cost a lot.

Outdoor Wednesday: Fishing




http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com

It was cold, it was wet, but nothing is stopping the man from his solitude.

ABC Wednesday Letter B


 Boric acid I use as an ant bait. Boric acid poisoning


Boric acid is a dangerous poison. Poisoning from this chemical can be acute or chronic. Acute boric acid poisoning usually occurs when someone swallows powdered roach-killing products that contain the chemical.  don't use if u have pets.
 Banana passion fruit
 phone booth or box
 New Zealand started Bungy Jumping. My two girls tried that.
Yachts are boats?

http://abcwednesday-mrsnesbitt.blogspot.co.nz/
 



Saturday, January 17, 2015

FSO: Blue










The Color Blue [Link-Up]

Share with us things, objects or buildings from your town that are blue or contain the color blue.