Hello there. I am Terry and I am a full-time undergraduate based in Singapore. I take photos, write a blog and design websites.

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Foodie Goodie!

A few nights ago my parents called me, and expressed their concern of their baby boy not getting enough sleep because they caught me publishing the previous post at 1.19am. I’m touched, because nowadays not all parents go to such lengths to know their children’s lives inside out. It’s still a little unnerving that my parents will be checking this blog on a regular basis, so I shall take it as parental guidance on blogging etiquette! No more cursing and waving that cyber middle finger :) I shall be nice!

For the past few weeks, my orientation groupmates and I were busy exploring the university campus and combing high and low for good food :) and yes we did find some really great food!

We went to McDonalds for supper! From left, Huilin, Pow, Yongzhen, CJ, Bing, Dezien and Yicheng.

We went to McDonalds for supper! From left, Huilin, Pow, Yongzhen, CJ, Bing, Dezien and Yicheng.

Supper @ McDonalds – That’s the night when I fell victim to a series of crude jokes :D it’s an inside story so I don’t wish to share the details here, but basically it’s friendly teasing and I really don’t mind that at all. I don’t react violently to teasing or jokes, because I believe they are one of the many ways to keep everyone entertained and happy. Huilin was stealing my 7up drink for the night but I decided that I should live up to my personal motto of Sharing is Caring.

On another McDonald trip - Pow and I for this time! Private roomies mealtime!

On another McDonald trip - Pow and I for this time! Private roomies mealtime!

McDonalds with my roomie Pow! – On another night, Pow and I decided to drop by McDonalds for supper because we were starving and were equally sick of eating cereal and drinking hot chocolate every night. We up-sized our meal partially because we wanted to collect the Olympic Games cups :) lol! Pow and I were both big fans of McDonald’s french fries (and NO, I’m not paid to write this comment!) – they go best with sweet chili or garlic sauce! Mmmph, that’s divine!

My Japanese meal (Tempura Udon) and a bottle of Snapple! In the background is Huilin savouring her aromatic baked rice!

My Japanese meal (Tempura Udon) and a bottle of Snapple! In the background is Huilin savouring her aromatic baked rice!

Japanese tempura udon noodles – Being a big fan of Japanese cuisine, I never let go any chance of savouring the dishes from every single Japanese stalls across the campus. So far, I feel that the one at the Students Activities Centre has the best udon while the one in my hall canteen serves the best bentō set! We had lunch at the Students Activities Centre the other day and I never regretted ordering that tempura udon meal whose price tag is a mere S$4.50. Imagine having not one, but THREE big fat juicy tempura at the mercy of your stomach for that price. Plus a huge bowl of udon noodles. I bought a bottle of Snapper on the checkout counter… loved it to bits!

Juicy and extremely filling popiah from a shop near my college.

Juicy and extremely filling popiah from a shop near my college.

Popiah!Popiah is a Hokkien/Chaozhou-style fresh spring roll common in Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia. A small little cafe called My Cozy Corner found comfortably tucked in a shopping mall (if you really want to know, it’s Coronation Plaza) near my college serves one of the best popiahs in town! It was even featured in food magazines because of the fantastic popiah it serves.

So that’s all for today! Will be blogging about a photoshoot soon. Stay tuned!

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