Re: Lawrence Khan

Dear friends of Lawrence Khan,

Lawrence was called back to be with the Lord this morning. The wake will be held at the Pearl Room, Singapore Caskets (131 Lavender St, S338737) from today till Wednesday.

The service will be held on Tue night, 8pm. The hearse will depart 7.30am on Wednesday for cremation at 8.45am at Mandai Crematorium Hall 1. Ruth

Coffee Chat – 17th Sept (Saturday)

This coffee chat is for those who believe in lifelong learning. Do you know no one is excluded in this “Digital Inclusion” – An Initiative by IDA. All you need is your mindset that You can do IT (Information Technology). The rest will be taken care of if you qualify for the “Home Access” programme.

Free lessons are always available. One such venue is in Bukit Merah Library (lessons conducted by me). Details of coffee chat are as follows:

Date: 17th Sept (Saturday)
Time: 6PM to 8PM
Venue: 313 @ Somerset (Food Court at Level 5)

Do drop by if you have the time.

hew lee (EC)



Monthly walk: a Forest trail

Date: 3rd September 2016, Saturday

Time: 4.15pm SHARP

Duration: approx 2hours

Meeting Place: Marymount MRT, Passenger Service/Control Station (use the facility here, else hold till we reach the end of walk).

ECs: Alice Seah and ChristinA Chan

Note: Be punctual! from Marymount we will commute by bus to the “Start point”
and also need to be out of the forest before dark.

We will take an unpaved, gravel trail (dirt track) that we, the walk team have never embarked on getting into MacRitchie Reservoir.
Trail is shady due to the towering trees and rather thick foliage.
Terrain is easy to moderate.
Expect occasional very gradual uphill slopes and downhilling that might give your calf muscle a good stretch at the end of the walk.

One might tread on small ditches, so do not come in a new pair of shoes or your Sunday best.

Covered walking shoes, hand-held or battery operated fan, an umbrella instead of raincoat as can be humid in the forest of trees; insect repellent and drinking water.

We shall end our walk at the Mushroom café. Last order for dinner is 8.30pm.

the Walk Team: Charles Wee, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Serene Low, Alice Seah,
Azhari Cuttilan and I, ChristinA Chan.

This is an EC activity. Bring your adult friends who are over 45!

Interested to venture into the forest? Register soonest!         😀

A “divine discontent”

In his NDR  speech PM said someone asked him if God were to offer him three wishes for Sg, what would he wish for Sgpreans. He said he wished for us to have a “divine discontent”.  I find this phrase intriguing and wonder why no journalist has commented on it.

PM explained that he wanted Sgpreans to always be not quite satisfied with what we have and to be driven to do better. But why did he use this phrase (divine discontent)? It is not easy to relate to.

PM’s  speech is very inspiring and patriotic, but when he spoke about  his succession plans – I hope he would lead Sg for another  ten years at least.  Meanwhile the emphasis on entrepreneurship – that is the way for Sg to go

The other wish of PM’s was for us to be able to “count our blessings”. Spot on!appreciationWe are blessed.

Back to “divine discontent” – reminds me of “the winter of discontent” (Richard III)





August Gathering

Mark this on your diary, memo, calendar, scheduler, alarm or whatever.

Otherwise, put a string around your little finger to be reminded:

31st August 2016 Wednesday

1700 hrs or 5 pm

Han’s Café at Basement 2, Chinatown Point.

No registration required. No excuse for saying, “You come I come or you come I no come”. We are all friends, aren’t we? Anyway, I don’t remember having to register in advance when I visit any of my club houses.

Seats are on a first come first served basis. But as with many eating places, you may put a pack of tissue paper to reserve a seat for your friend.

I was only joking about the “eavesdropping” on your conversation. No such thing….it is socially unacceptable. Just talk lah.

I will be there, as early as 4 pm, talking with my Chinatown kakis. If you see a gathering of old men speaking loudly in Cantonese, I am likely to be among them.

Hope to see you there.


~ New Members ~


Ms Betty Ang G L
Ms Susan Lee K M
Mr Calvin Low M C
Mr Koh Y H  
Mr Mitchell Lim


Say Hi and connect here !
We look forward to your participations in this Forum and
events organised by our members.



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All about Mobile Apps

What is a mobile App?
A mobile App is a small program to perform a specific task in your smartphone. All mobile phones come with a standard set of Apps provided by the phone manufacturer. However, there are a lot more that are downloadable (free) from the Internet.

Topic: All about Mobile Apps
Date: 10th Sept (Saturday)
Time: 3PM to 5PM
Venue: Bukit Merah Public Library
Course fee: Free (no charge)
Direction: Nearest MRT: Tiong Bahru, exit and turn right, up escalator and take bus number 5 or 16 or 851 to end (Bukit Merah Bus Interchange). About 5 minutes walk to library.

hew lee (EC)

Dining in the dark

Hello members,

Many of us might be wondering how those having lifetime visual impaired live thruout their life and how affects their routines as a person.

I was really impressed after attending a gathering which was arranged by my family’s member. The memorable experience dining totally in the dark that prompt me to organise a gathering in Sept 2016 to acquire skills for them to be employable, earn their own living, gain self-reliance and independent and live with dignity.

Details are as fellows:

Date : 24 Sept 2016

Time: 12.00pm to 14.00pm. I have negotiated with the organiser till 15.00hrs to let member mingle around with each others.

Venue: 47 Toa Payoh Rise, S’pore 298104

Cost: S$30 per pax except for the main course “F” for S$37

Main course as below:

A).Grilled Chicken Chop Spaghetti
B).Black Peper Chicken Spaghetti
C).Grilled Fish Cutlet
D).Spaghetti Beef Ball
E).Vegetarian Spaghetti
F). Mixed Grill5 (Lamb & Beef)

The above are come with starter,Dessert and Hot Drink)

Kindly register early if you are keen to suport for these peopls who are in need as I have made reservation for 20 pax due to high demand of their reservation.

Thank you


Makan gathering for Retiree Club (East)

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Hi retirees/friends

I would like to arrange a lunch gathering followed by coffee fellowship  next Wednesday, 17 August at the Old Airport hawker centre.  Details are as follows:

  • Date:               Wed, 17.8.16
  • Time:               11.30 am
  • Venue:             Old Airport Road hawker centre – just gather at the hawker centre near the goreng pisang stall (somewhere at the centre of the food place)
  • Food:               One of the best authentic hawker food one can find e.g. char kway teow, wantan noodles, kambing soup, satay, Toa Payoh rojak (to name a few)
  • Nearest mrt:     Dakota mrt station – 5 mins walk to the centre

I would appreciate if you could let me know if you’re  interested to join in this gathering.


Gabriella Chua, EO

Those coming:

  1. Gabriella Chua
  2. Loong Say Meng
  3. Alan Ang
  4. Alan’s friend (Gr…)
  5. Alan’s friend (AC)
  6. Martin Han
  7. David Loh
  8. Jimmy Longpoetiih
  9. Tony Ang
  10. Christina Chan
  11. Silas Yeo
  12. Mega
  13. Wendy Lum
  14. Ronald Lee

As long as there are 3, the gathering will proceed.  Lunch gathering is confirmed since there are more than 3 :-).. Total of 14 came…Good show

thank you makan   Note of Thanks!  I appreciate all yr support for joining our Makan session today..  You’ll agree that there are many stalls selling authentic yummilicious hawker food. See you all again in the next event. Cheers….

Let’s give our best wishes on Singapore’s National Day

All SilverHairsClub members are more than 45 years, and we remembered Singapore since our independence day.
Today, our country has prospered; our kids have grown up and many of us are either nearing our retirement or have retired’

Every National Day, we bring back memories of National Day Parades, fireworks, the Padang and now Marina Bay. Today, we have songs to energise our younger generation and draw Singaporeans together.

Let’s wish Singapore “Happy Birthday”. Share your thoughts of your past \national Days and what you will be doing this National Day.

And here’s a song for everybody.

Terence Seah

Next Coffee Chat ~ Friday, 2.9.16

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Hihi kopi kakis

Our next kopi chat will be held on Friday, 2.9.16. Details are as follows:

Date:                    Friday, 2 Sep 2016

Time:                   2.15 – 4.15 pm

Venue:                 Raffles City food court, Level 3

Nearest mrt:         City Hall mrt station

Topics:                  Anything under the sun except sensitive subjects viz: sex, religion, MLM, politics (SHC taboos)

Cuisine:                All types of food, drinks and dessert (just order for yourself)

I’m glad that our kopi chat gathering is still going ‘strong’ and that many of you are now my regulars 🙂    I’m giving ample notice for our next event and I hope that those interested will register asap.   It’s an opportunity to meet up with old friends as well as making new ones.  We need friendship at this stage of our life ~ most of us are facing the ’empty nest syndrome’.  We should be very happy that we’ve raised a new generation for Singapore.  Now is the time to enjoy our life since we’re free of the burden of looking after our children .. This is the stage wherein we can enjoy without feeling guilty of neglecting the family.  Ya?  haha.  Such events will help us keep in touch with friends of our age, and keep depression and dementia at bay.  We should also not impose too much  on our children and infringe on their privacy, since most of them have set up their own homes with their spouses/children.  It’s time to cut off the apron strings and not to ‘destroy’ the marriages of our children with too much interference into their way of life ~ I’ve seen with my own eyes of some (esp mothers) who never let go of their sons after marriage!

“When you hold the bird too tightly, you will smother it and it will die, hold it too loosely, it will fly away but if you hold it just right, it will thrive”.

We must keep ourselves busy with our own activities with friends.


Gabriella Chua

Those coming:

  1. Gabriella Chua
  2. Loong Say Meng
  3. Friend (MH)
  4. John Chua SC
  5. Richard Kwok
  6. Veronica Wong
  7. Alice Cheong
  8. Lim Tiang Soon
  9. Michael Yeo
  10. Friend (JL)
  11. Ron Lai
  12. Alice Lai
  13. David Loh
  14. Jimmy Longpoetih
  15. Lily Boon
  16. Friend (RY)
  17. Who else?  come and have an afternoon of relaxing yak yak and coffee ~ should enjoy more and work less at this age?   haha

come to JB for dinner & dance @ RM 98.00 .

hohohohoho hahahaha brothers & sisters ,

First time helping a good buddy to this EC event .

date 31 August 2016



VENUE Marina Seafood Restaurant .

1D jln skudai ,80200 JB JOHOR

SAM Goh 0107666056

THERE will also be lucky draw ya….

first five buddies to confirm ,i can give a lift from JB SENTRAL ..2 ways ya…

AND if these five re keen we can hit desaru ..shall discuss this when five interested buddies raise your hands ya….

if any car owners like 2 form your own buddies ,by all means ya …tickets is fast running out ya …i can lead de way to the venue ker !!!

cheers bro sam goh hohohohoho hahahaha

August Monthly Walk

AUGUST MONTHLY WALK – Geylang Canal/River Walk

Date: Saturday 6th August 2016

Meeting Place : Paya Lebar mrt (mrt exit near control station)

Time: :   4.30pm sharp

Duration:  2.15 hours

Distance: 4.5 km flat terrain

ECs for this walk :  Alice Seah and Charles Wee

A leisurely walk alongside the Geylang River waterways on paved park connectors.

The Walk ends at Kallang Sports Stadium where there are eateries at the adjoining Kallang Wave Mall. Stadium MRT is just next door making it very convenient for transportation back to home.

Bring water, cap, umbrellas and wear comfortable walking shoes.

This is an excellent opportunity for new members to meet up with existing members to interact and know each other better.

Our Walk Team ECs:  Christina CL Chan, Charles Wee, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Serene Low, Alice Seah and Azhari Cuttilan

Learn how to Create a Blog (Hands-on)

For those who has a laptop computer and preferably with a smartphone & data plan, wish to learn how to create a blog account and go about publishing topics of your choice, an opportunity has arrived!

A two-days (3-hours each) Creating a Blog Course (hands-on) is organised. Details as follows:

Dates: 23th & 24th of August 2016
Time: 2PM to 5PM
Venue: Bukit Merah Library
Course fee: free (no charge)
Direction: Nearest MRT Station: Tiong Bahru. Exit and turn right, up escalator and take bus number 5 or 16 or 851 to end (Bukit Merah Bus Interchange). About 5 minutes walk to library. Ask for direction if necessary.

hew lee (EC)


Life without social media

It is refreshing to read that some millennials are living without social media* I have always wondered why many adults, young and old, are proud to have hundreds of Facebook friends.  I emphasized ‘adults’ as many schoolgirls have been abused by their online friends and we feel that it is because they are still young and gullible and did not realize the dangers of befriending people online. But adults should know better.

What a person says about himself /herself – take it with a big pinch of salt. I had a friend who said if her 10-year-old son strayed off during our holiday trip, she would not go after him. Yet, during the trip, she was always running after her son, leaving me to follow behind!

To know what a person is like we need to see the person and while talking, note his/her body language.  Nonverbal language generally tells more accurately than what a person says about himself/herself.  As for Facebook friends, many are lying – about their gender, age, occupation..etc.  

“There is more to life than Facebook” said one of the millennials featured in the newspaper report*.  How true.

  • Sunday Times, Pg. C3, 17 July.

Travel talkcock

Our forum tech guys have looked at reviving live chat.  The old chat apps was too cumbersome.  Here’s a new one.  Tell us what are your travel plans, the when’s, the excitement, the dates, etc. Interested travellers can then come together, agree on a time, and chat here.  If you are free, say the date and time, and when everybody comes together, just talkcock.

You can use Talkcock anything on the right column.

Let’s see and have fun.  Please respect other members’ views and comments.

Terence Seah

Learn how to Create a Blog (Preview)

A Blog gives you a new way to communicate, to share, to influence, to connect, to outrage, to matter, …

A Blog can be your life journey (A Reflection), your legacy you would like to leave behind. You are the writer, the editor and publisher – all in one. However, whatever you do with your Blog, you are required to conform within the International & Local Laws and Regulations.

If I have interested you, come and see how simple it is to start publishing a Blog in the Internet and it is totally free. No programming or special software required.

All you need is a laptop able to connect to the Internet and some basic knowledge of computing like surfing the Internet and sending/ receiving emails.

Topic: Learn how to Create a Blog (Preview)
Date: 13th August (Saturday)
Time: 3PM to 5PM
Venue: Bukit Merah Public Library
Course fee: Free (no charge)
Direction: Nearest MRT: Tiong Bahru, exit and turn right, up escalator and take bus number 5 or 16 or 815 to end (Bukit Merah Bus Interchange). About 5 minutes walk to library.

Sample Blogs:

hew lee (EC)
Those registered coming:
1) Quan Ray

Ride for Rations – A Charity Event

Hi SHCians, pls lend a hand…TQ!

On 26th to 28th August 2016, I will be cycling a distance of about 250km from Malacca to Singapore to raise fund for a registered charity organization, Sunlove Abode for Intellectually Infirmed Ltd.

This is my first time participating in this particular charity ride. The aim is to provide monthly food rations worth S$70/- or monthly breakfast rations of S$25/- for needy residents living in 1 room flats in Chai Chee, Hougang and Marsiling. 100% of the funds raised will be use to help them as all cost of this event is covered by us, the volunteers.

Please join me in making a difference. No amount is too small. To make a monetary donation, please click on the following link. Donations of S$25/- and above qualifies for tax deduction. To facilitate this, provide your official name, address, tel and tax reference (NRIC/FIN/UEN).

Or you can share out on your FB timeline etc using the below link:

Looking forward to your support. Thank you again!

Ivan Lim

(Note: Terence Seah had asked that I post this Charity Fund Raising Event on SHC Website.)

SilverHairsClub – Westend Singapore

One suggestion that came out from recent brainstorming ideas on “Bringing SHC to the next level” is to have a regular gathering for members who live in West Singapore.  Reason given was many of our activities are centred around the city or in the East.

We had a couple of gatherings in the West; but this gatherings did not continue due to a lack of follow-up.  Some members would like to continue with Westend gatherings; and I thought we can give this suggestion a kick again.

Past few gatherings were held at JEM or Jurong East, where JE MRT is located.  Please recommend a venue.  It does not have to be at JE, but as long as it is located where a MRT is, I guess the suggested venue will work.

From experience, it is difficult to mix retirees and part-time working members with full time working members.  So, we may need to have two gatherings; one on a weekday for retirees and one on a weekend for working full time members.

Thank you for the members who have met and contributed to this suggestion.  Look forward to suggestions of venues and date/time.

Terence Seah


Introduction of Whatsapp into SHC Forum

I have been told by my software guys that a Whatsapp Button has been installed into our Forum for use by members who are EOs or ECs.

However, I dont see the Whatsapp Button, and these tech guys tell me that only when using the mobile, then one can see the Whatsapp Button.  I am also not sure how it works.  If you have a chance to try this out, please share what you see and maybe how these works.

Terence Seah

Coffee chat on Wed, 3rd August 2016

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Dear friends

Quite a few members have enquired about my next coffee chat. It’s so heartening.  Hence, I’ve decided to put up this posting early to keep our kopi kakis informed.  Details of the next chat are as follows:

Date:                               Wed, 3.8.16

Time:                              2.15 – 4.15 pm

Venue:                            Same viz:  Raffles City food court, 3rd Level

Cuisine:                            A wide variety of food, drinks, desserts are available

Topics for chat:               Anything under the sun except the shc taboos viz: sex, politics, religion, mlm

Do come and join in an afternoon of chit-chatting, joking, exchanging views over a cuppa.  We have so much fun and laughter during all our kopi meets.  Socialising and meeting old as well as new friends are enjoyable and drive away depression and  dementia.

Please register here if you’re coming.


Gabriella Chua


  1. Gabriella Chua
  2. Friend (MH)
  3. Loong Say Meng
  4. Friend (FL)
  5. Lim Tiang Soon
  6. Richard Kwok
  7. Alan Ang
  8. A friend of Alan Ang (AC)
  9. Michael Yeo (just recruited during the kopi chat with Yoon Chin’s help)
  10. Tony Ang
  11. Ron Lai
  12. Alice Lai
  13. Jimmy Longpoetih
  14. David  Low
  15. Magdalene Phey
  16. Hew Lee
  17. Charles Wee
  18. Veronica Wong
  19. Myra Chia
  20. Silas Yeo
  21. Yoon Chin

augcoffeethank you  A big thank you for all those who came for the kopi chat this afternoon.  We had so much fun yakking over a cuppa, joking and simply relaxing.  I’m glad that more than 20 came this afternoon.

Cheers & take care,

Till we meet again in September 2016.

~ Welcome Our New Members ~

We welcome our new members who joined us recently……..

Ms Chia Wee Meng

Ms Doreen Chan
Ms Daisy Wee S F

We look forward to your participations in this Forum and
events organised by our members.


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August’s Gathering (Marina SQ)

Bobby and I are co-organising an EC event or gathering with details as mentioned below.
Date: 3rd August 2016 (Wednesday)
Time: 5.30PM to 8.30PM
Venue: Marina Square (The Gallerie Food Court) Level 4
This EC event or gathering will give an opportunity for new members to make some new friends and old members to catch up with one another.
Bobby and I will also take this opportunity to conduct a smartphone clinic for those that require our service (during this session) for both Apple & Android smartphones – free of charge.
hewlee (EC)
Those registered coming:
1) Hewlee
2) Bobby Bok
3) Seok Cheng
4) Soon Huat
5) Vivian
6) Lydia Soh
7) Clancy Chia
8) Jimmy Tsin
9) David Low
10) Jimmy Long

Retirement community – an idea

The AWWA Senior Home community article in the Sunday Times (26/6)  is an eye-opener on how it operates.   There is a lot of freedom of movement for the residents. I think this is a good model for a retirement village, Sg style.

The studio apartment blocks can easily be adapted to a retirement community by following the AWWA Senior Home model. As the occupants of the studio apartments are owners of the apartments, they would need to pay a fee for the services provided, hence it is important that the retirement community of studio apartments be managed  by a govt. department to keep costs affordable for the residents.

Recently I visited a friend who got a studio apartment in Hougang. She told me her neighbouring units are taken but the occupants are seldom at home. This  implies  that these elderly buyers of the studio apartments have a place to stay but thought it a good measure to buy a studio apartment. These early birds.

Now my friend, flushed with cash by downgrading to a studio apartment,  is going on a  tour of Europe.  Life is good. 🙂

Going to Desaru using Sam Goh’s services (Trip cancelled)

desaru beach

I love Malaysia, especially its beaches.  I too love Malaysian food.  Although I travel extensively within Asia, it seems I will not have enough of enjoying Malaysia’s countryside, food, beaches and other delights.

I like to give this a try, and that is to go to Desaru beach.  I discussed with Sam Goh and he is able to provide transport and bring us around Desaru.  He knows enough of Johore to be able to bring participants around.

  • Trip proper:  2D1N to desaru camping.
  • Date/time: Not agreed yet, but it will be 2D 1N.
  • Limited:  6 pax per trip.,
  • Pickup point:  JB Sentral
  • Return point:  JB Sentral
  • Petrol:  Sam tops up to full tank and will top up his tank on return.  Participants pay for petrol and toll.
  • Food:  All participants, exceopt driver, share in the food and drinks costs.
  • Hotel: Estimated at SGD 50 per night. Participants share costs of rooms.  Driver does not pay for the hotel room share.  He will share with me, if he does not snore.
  • Service fee:  SGD 10 per participant per day. For 2D1N, service fee per person is SGD 20.  If we go out for 3D2N, the fee is SGD 30 per pax.
  • Tent:  buy your own tent.  It costs around SGD 20, and you can use it when you join me regularly.

Please keep yourself updated here.  I shall announce the date soon.

Terence Seah


  1. Terence Seah
  2. Susan Tan
  3. James Tan
  4. Daisy Wee
  5. Stella Sheng
  6. Bobby Bok
  7. We will keep this list until confirmation.  A non-refundable deposit will be required mid July 2016.

Britain has exited the European Union. It’s now a fact. Why leave and How will this separation affect you?


Many of us SilverHairs, now in our 50s and 60s, have been associated with Britain ever since we started our early education. We learn English, our laws are based on the English system, we go to London, Scotland for our holidays.Some of us send our kids to study in Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow.  In recent years, many SilverHairs have bought properties in Central London,  We saw the ups and downs of Britain; and many of us tracked the growth of the English empire, and its association with the European Union.

Yesterday, at noon, the shock came as Britains voted to exit the EU.  The financial markets tumbled, governments come out to stabilise their currencies and economies.  What’s next?  How will this BREXIT affect you?  What happens to your properties?  Your kid’s education? And how does this affect your business, your equities and your savings?

Let’s discuss and share your thoughts?  A turmoil few of us expect.

Terence Seah

SilverHairsClub July monthly gathering, Tue 26 Jul 2016

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The next SHC monthly gathering is now set to be held as follows. This is a good opportunity to meet new and old SilverHairs.  The old Hans Cafe at Upper pickering Street has been closed; and this is a good time to try the new Hans Cafe.

  • Date:  Tue 26 July 2016
  • Venue:  Hans Cafe, Chinatown Point, 33 New Bridge Road, #B2 – 34 & 36, Chinatown Point, Singapore 05941
  • Time:  1700 to 2100 hrs
  • F&B:  On your own account.
  • Menu
  • Menu local:

Registration:  Please register your name here.  Bring along your name tag.

Strictly no discussion on sex, race, religion, direct selling and MLM.

Registration list:

  1. Terence Seah
  2. Laura Wee – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  3. Stella Sheng – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  4. Sue Chan – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  5. Ronald Lam – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  6. Mary Chan – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  7. Christina Chan – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  8. Ann Lim
  9. Frisna Tan
  10. Theresa Seow – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  11. Daisy Wee – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  12. Bernie Chung – 1 complimentary cloth SHC patch
  13. Shirley Tan *
  14. Teo Chin Hian *
  15. Steven Ang *
  16. Francis Rajaratnan M *
  17. Rose Chuang *
  18. June Ong *
  19. Jenny Liaw *
  20. Estee Oh *
  21. Jothi Dumont *
  22. Jacqueline Lim *
  23. Chris Leow *
  24. Sally Ang *
  25. SS James – One complimentary cloth SHC patch
  26. Andrew Koh – One complimentary cloth SHC patch
  27. Robert Ong – One complimentary cloth SHC patch
  28. Sam Goh (half Johorean) – One Complimentary cloth SHC patch
  29. Hwa Bee Gek – One Complimentary cloth SHC patch
  30. Lam HT – One Complimentary cloth SHC patch
  31. Bobby Bok – One Complimentary cloth SHC patch
  32. Jimmy Tsin – One complimentary cloth SHC patch
  33. Susan Sia – One complimentary cloth SHC patch
  34. Peri Liew – One complimentary cloth SHC patch
  35. Thomas Loh
  36. Steven Yuen – One complimentary cloth SHC patch (last piece)
  37. Susan CH Tan
  38. Karen Thio and Helper)
  39. ……………………………..)
  40. Wendy Lum
  41. Tony Ang
  42. Nina Choo
  43. Alan Ang
  44. Malyne Suen
  45. Victoria Tan


Registration Desk:

Susan Sia

Sam Goh


  1. SHC first logo patch

    SHC first logo patch