Friday, June 27, 2014

Heritage Walk in Johor Bahru 28 September 2013

Observing bread making @Jalan Tan Hiok Nee. The bread is baked with traditional brick oven.  

An Indian grocery shop. Small shop but full of treasures.

Another brick oven bakery at Jalan Salahuddin. 

While eating at Jalan Meldrum, push cart food stalls, there was an old granny hollered "ma biu bo"  (cantonese). It reminded me of my childhood where my parent would buy  "ma biu bo" for just 10 or 20 cents. I bought a copy from the granny and it costs 50 cent!. :) 

 The Chinese Heritage Museum at Jalan Tan Hiok Nee is informative and interesting. 

The display on the praying altar is so extensive !! 

5 comments:

Carol said...

Thanks for your sharing. I admire you that you can homeschool your children. How I wish I could do it too. I may need some advice from you to know more about homeschooling. However I cannot find your email address. My email is leecarol_gel@yahoo.com. Or can I contact you in facebook? Thanks for your reply.

Dsanee said...

while searching and reading your blog, i found your daughter shirt is so familiar and coincidentally also homeschooling.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/springice/14411068500/
https://www.flickr.com/photos/springice/14597057412/

Amirah said...

Hello Shannon, I doubt you'll see this in time but it's worth a try. My name is Amirah and I'm a junior writer for The Star newspaper. We're doing a piece on homeschooling in Malaysia and I was wondering if there was any way to contact you for an interview?

Ng Shannon said...

I am sorry for the late reply Amirah. I hardly have extra time to blog these days. So sorry.

Ng Shannon said...

Hi Carol,

I have sent an email to you. Please check.