Chinese new year in monochrome

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Was tagged to do this.

Yes, I broke some rules, too bad ;-P

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New Year’s Eve… The coffee shops were packed with people. I had to wait almost 10 minutes to get a place to sit. Here’s a man I shared a table with while I had my blood (teh si peng) transfusion.

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Convinced Titus’s grandparents to baby sit him while Chin Ai and me took a break. Was nice having some just-the-two-of-us-ness. Had some ice-cream at Haagen Daaz. Mmmm.

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Here we are making some funny faces.

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My father in law expertly prepared a super steam boat for our reunion dinner. Here he is waiting patiently for everyone to gather round the feast.

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Titus wasn’t so patient though.
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Titus trying to dig uncle Joseph’s nose… yuk!

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Post dinner conversations. In this pic, my brother in law, Joseph and Titus’s great grandmother. Wow.

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Family time – Titus and Uncle Joseph.

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Family Time – Joseph and poh poh

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Lunch at Sushi King. Unc Eddie enjoying the free flow of green tea.

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Titus and uncle Joseph having a light moment

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He’s got penangite blood alright. So young sitting like apek beca.

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This is a picture to keep. Titus and his great grandmother.

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On an empty road, the man with the wheelchair sets the pace. Respect!

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