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The Life of Yul Brynner (1920 – 1985)

Nov 9, 2016
The Life of Yul Brynner (1920 – 1985)

Yul Brynner was an actor most famous for his portrayal of King Mongkut in Rodger and Hammerstein’s musical, ‘The King and I’. Writing this article brought back many fond memories of my childhood. When I was a child, my parents let me watch the old 1956 version of ‘The King And I’ and I...

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Singapore’s Best Actor Turned Monk!

May 10, 2014
Singapore’s Best Actor Turned Monk!

I just read the news and found out that Singapore's best actor has taken ordination vows! Wow! I am so amazed!

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Snow White and Kecharians!

Apr 14, 2013
Snow White and Kecharians!

On Thursday night, 31/05/2012, I took a group of 44 close students of mine to the theater to watch the Snow White and the Huntsman, later that night we had dinner in Kechara Oasis, Jaya One.

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