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Lotus-flower pond, after a lotus-pond at the side of the old St George's Girls' School, which was filled up on account of many accidents involving people trying to get at the lotus. In front of the Eurasian (Serani) school (St Xavier's Institution) E. of Love Lane: 紅毛學前 Âng-môo-o̍h-tsêng In front of the old Penang Free School Fish Lane
When he was released, he was expelled by The Chinese High School. Involvement with trade unions. The Special Branch would keep Lim under close watch even after his release and expulsion from school. He tried to learn some English at the Eastaff English School, and then worked as a part-time teacher, but under the name of "Mr Yu".
Bukit Merah, also known as Redhill, is a planning area and new town situated in the southernmost part of the Central Region of Singapore. the planning area borders Tanglin to the north, Queenstown to the west and the Downtown Core, Outram and Singapore River planning areas of the Central Area to the east.
Tampines (/ t æ m p ə ˈ n iː s /) is the regional centre and second-most populous planning area of the East Region of Singapore.With a population of 259,900 living across its five subzones, it is the third-most populous planning area in Singapore, according to the Singapore Cencus of Population 2020.
Lee Hsien Loong (Chinese: 李显龙; pinyin: Lǐ Xiǎnlóng; born 10 February 1952) is a Singaporean politician and former brigadier-general who has been serving as Prime Minister of Singapore and Secretary-General of the People's Action Party since 2004.
Low first met Han Mui Keow while they were students at Chung Cheng High School in 1973. They were married in 1982 and had two sons and a daughter. He is a Buddhist. On 30 April 2020, Low was hospitalised at an intensive care unit in Khoo Teck Puat Hospital as a result of a head injury.
Singlish (a portmanteau of Singapore and English) is an English-based creole language spoken in Singapore.Singlish arose out of a situation of prolonged language contact between speakers of many different languages in Singapore, including Hokkien, Malay, Teochew, Cantonese and Tamil.
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