Sunday, March 25, 2007

Chun Chew and his outing with his father



When I was younger, there was a place in Singapore called Tang Dynasty Village, and I have had thoughts of visiting it. Yet I did not. I was probably put off by the admission price and the fact that it was quite a distance away from my home. Before I knew it, this place which was operated quite like a theme-park was closed down for good.

Perhaps subconsciously, I have always wanted to find out how Tang Dynasty Village was like and how visitors had experienced it. As such when Chun Chew's post titled A Day With My Dad – Lam Chun Chew was posted on Yesterday.sg, I could not help but check it out.

It seems to me that in between the lines of Chun Chew's post is a deep father-and-son bond between him and his late-father. Enjoy it here: http://yesterday.sg/detail/a_day_with_my_dad_lam_chun_chew/

Also read:
http://www.anniebees.com/Asia/Singapore5.htm
http://www.anniebees.com/Asia/Asia6.htm
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tt/80c38/

4 comments:

pinkie said...

I'm a little lucky, I went there before it closed down, was a parent volunteer with my children's kindergarten, many years back eh... dun tink u missed much really...

Simple American said...

Sounds interesting. Wonder if they will reopen someday?

oceanskies79 said...

Pinkie: Lucky lady. :)

Simple American: I am not sure...the likelihood isn't high, it seems, for now.

Lam Chun See said...

Hi PY. I only uploaded 3 or 4 photos in my blog of Tang Dynasty Village. My dad took quite a rew photos. I think I will add a few more to the Yesterday Flickr Group site that Kenneth set up for you to enjoy.