MONTHLY CYCLING as of March 2021

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Jointly organized by Douglas Chan and Ronald Lam.

A monthly opportunity to push yourself. Whether you have started long ago or decided to join Douglas Chan and his team in the months to come to set a goal and make it happen.

His first post in SHC Facebook – CYCLING Event on Saturday, 13 March 2021 – Jurassic Mile https://www.facebook.com/groups/2629109750634611/permalink/2885084561703794/

You can view all the photos posted and how the team really enjoy his cycling workout.

It’s time to challenge yourself in 2021.  The team inspire and motivate fellow SHCians to enjoy the freedom cycling gives you… Fret not if you are a newbie to the bike.  As per Doug, he has confident to put u up on the bike and balance yourself in no time.

Do join him on his 2nd cycling fun on Saturday, 17 April 2021 – MBS/GBTB https://www.facebook.com/groups/2629109750634611/permalink/2885129201699330/

Keep up the good spirit!

On behalf of the Cycling Team

SHC home cooking program

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Many SHC members are into cooking and baking. They cook tasty dishes and desserts while others bake aromatic nonya cakes, kueh2 and bread. As an extension of our Yummy yummy and cooking programs, we hope to make available home cooking to fellow members.

To start, step 1, we will collate a group of members, who cook at HOME and are ready to sell to other members. We will start with 10 interested members.

This program is meant for homecooked food, not for commercial businesses. Participants advertise their dishes, determine price, collect payment and organise deliveries.

In step 2, we open this home cooking service to other SHC members. Members can order directly to the chefs or bakers, pay direct and arrange deliveries.

To participate in step 1, plse whatsapp 9489 4360, indicating cooking or baking interest. There is no fee. Closing date: once 10 participating members reached .

Terence Seah

What is special about APRIL born?

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It is the beginning of the 2nd quarter of the year, known for beautiful spring weather when the Easter bunnies will make an appearance!  A month of the growing season when trees and flowers beginning to bloom.  It is also believed it is named after the Greek Goddess, Aphrodite.  Old English – April.

History of April – How much do you know?

  • April was the 2nd month of the earliest Roman calendar about 700 BC.
  • It is the 4th month of the year in the Gregorian calendar about 450 BC, when it also was given 29 days.
  • 30th day was added during the reform of the calendar undertaken by Julius Caesar in the mid-40s BC, which produced the Julian calendar.

Those born in this month are either an Aries or a Taurus. Both are very different signs to one another – Aries being quite passionate and impulsive, while Taurus is much more stable and down-to-earth.

On behalf of SilverHairsClub – we would like to wish all SHCians April Babies a great

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

PS – do drop a line or 2 to send them wishes on their birthday month…

Sally Foo

SHC ZOOM PROGRAM – Update 

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  1. DAILY ACTIVITIES

 Morning Breakfast: Let’s have breakfast together and share news updates from 07:30am – 08:30am

  • Monday – Friday EO/Co-Host:  Jean Lim
  • SaturdayEO/Co-Host: Catherine Ho
  • SundayEO/Co-Host: Sally Foo

 Yeah! It’s LUNCH TIME update and chat from 01:00pm – 02:00pm

  • Monday EO: Agnes Seow
  • Tuesday EO: Vivian Lai [Let’s speak Mandarin]
  • Wednesday EO: Dolly Lim
  • Thursday EO: Jasmine Wong
  • Friday EO:  John Chua 
  1. WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

Karaoke Crooners: Every Monday & Tuesday from 09:00pm – 11:00pm

  • Room 1 – Mandarin/Hokkien session
  • Room 2 – English Session
  • Room 3 – Cantonese Session
  • EO/Co-Host: Cheryl Tiong / Vincent Hee

Health & Wellness for ladies ONLY

  • Wednesday from10:30am – 11:30am. EO/Co-Host: Anne Choi

Foodie’s World of Feasting, Cooking & Baking – Weekly Affair

  • Tuesday 10:30amPeranakan & Asian Cuisine [1hr]:  EO Catherine Soon – understand the unique blend of Asian culture.  Importantly, no 2 dishes are the same, as each creation is an interpretation based on preferred flavours and ingredients of the Matriarch.
  • Saturday 11:30amYummyYummy “Where/What should I eat?” [1hr]: EO Louis Siah – a good introduction and sharing of every MUST-EAT nook & corner plus online food orders and delivery. Open to Screen Sharing and Text Chat.
  1. MONTHLY ACTIVITIES

SHC Monthly Gathering:

  • from 02:00pm – 04:00pm

Last Sunday of the month – Getting to know one another.  Breakout rooms available.

Do ZOOM in and get to know them as well as mingle small talks with fellow SHCians.

Things to note during video conferencing: –

  1. Required to indicate or rename Proper names (first and last names) in any Zoom events.
    • To change your own name that is displayed, hover over your name in the participants list and click Rename.
    • You can permanently change your name in your profile.
  2. Waiting time at waiting room – approximately 5 – 10 minutes before start time.
  3. Meeting ID: 417 852 5736
  4. Passcode: shc

Sally Foo

Join the new Zonal Hawker Centre group. Closing date 15 Mar 2021

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Zonal hawker centres is a new SilverHairsClub program to enable you to meet old and new friends. From members’ feedback, we have collated the first 10 favourite and nearby hawker centres, near the MRT.

If you like to join one (1) Zonal Hawker Centre group, we will connect you with other members’s favourite or nearby hawker centre.

  1. Zonal Bedok hawker centre
  2. Zonal Bendemeer hawker centre
  3. Zonal Bugis waterloo street
  4. Zonal Clementi hawker market
  5. Zonal Chinatown complex market
  6. Zonal Commonwealth food centre
  7. Zonal Fok Hai Food centre
  8. Zonal Redhill market
  9. Zonal Pasir Panjang hawker centre
  10. Zonal Tanglin Halt hawker centre

Eg, simply whatsapp text 9489 4360  RSVP “3” to join Zonal Hawker Centre Bugis Waterloo Street.

One option only. Closing date: 15 Mar 2021.

Terence Seah

Tennis and Cycling Redux

Having been stuck in Singapore for over a year and unable to pursue my favourtie three S’s (SCUBA diving, sailing, skiing) all of which requires travel, a consolatory fall back for me have been tennis and cycling. SHC used to have a very active tennis group which played regularly at Tanamera and a cycling group that cycled quite often too.

Anybody keen to revive these two groups? We can get together and crank it up.

For tennis I can get courts at Bukit Batok while for cycling, more and more cycling paths are being opened, the latest being the rail corridor to Rail Mall.

Zonal Meet-up Buddy Hoagies Steak & Grill Restaurant (East Point)

The 6th Zonal meet-up finally landed on Friday, 19 March 2021 at 3 Simei Street 6, #02-06 East Point, Singapore 528833.  The session is from 1:30pm – 3:30pm which stretched beyond till 4:15pm.

We had 14 members signed up and turned up for lunch and friendship bonding.  They are:-

  • Chan KN – EO for Table 1
  • Vincent Hee
  • Bobby Bok
  • Doreen Ong
  • Ann Giri
  • John Howe
  • Eve
  • Anne Choi – EO for Table 2
  • Janet Loo
  • Agnes Seow
  • Sandra Chuah
  • George
  • Sherry Wong
  • DollyL

Many interesting discussions on shares, wellness & health, tours & holidays when borders open were shared and discussed among members.  Of cos, not forgetting the affordable set meals at Buddy.  Everyone was too engrossed in the bonding moment where time to leave was no longer important.  hahaha….

But, sad to say, all happy moment still needs to end at 4:15pm.  However, nothing seems to hold back couple of members to accept the invite from AnneC to adjourn to DBR – Home Dining whereby we had a jolly good time served with special brewed healthy blue pea tea and pomelo fruit.

Thank you, AnneC and ChanKN for making this meet-up possible as we can see from photos of many smiling/laughing faces.  Don’t believe, see for yourself lor…

Cheers… DollyL

Walking groups – finding your own kakies. Closing 20 Mar 2021

SilverHairsClub has many walkers, in different corners in Singapore.  If you like to find other walking kakies, Whatsapp text 9489 4360 “RSVP Walking”.  We will connect you with one another.  Closing date: 20 Mar 2021.

We hope you can find other walkers, with your preferred dates, time, location and walk pace preference.  Feel free to lead a group or join other groups.

Terence Seah

27 FEBRUARY WALK AT KAMPONG GLAM

 

SHC has several activities catered to the various interest of its members. During this pandemic Covid-19 period, walking was one of physical activities that is on-going. However, walkers were only allowed in groups of not more than 8 pax.

The Laughter Yoga+walks is one such group that conducts several scenic walks taking the lushes landscapes and waterways routes. Leisure walks, taking in the sights, discovering nature and KODAK moments are some of the highlights.  I believe, there are other walking/hiking groups, but the level of intensity is beyond me. The route is much longer and the concentration of the terrain maybe tough for me too. More importantly, I enjoy the camaraderie of the Laughter Yoga+walks members. No hard pressure to keep up, but the discipline of each and every member is very important to adhere the safety and pleasure of other members.

On 27 Feb, our walk was unique as it was a ‘city walk’. EOs Irene, Lydia and Iris did a fantastic job planning and organising this walk. To organise these weekly walks, the EOs needs to gather the parks information such as the route, its intensity, toilet facilities. Not to mention meeting points,  MRT/bus route, dinner place to chill out and the all important back up route, if it rains.

We began punctually at 4.30pm from Bugis MRT. Our 1st photo shoot, all aboard on the bullock cart pulled by Ox-y, since this is his year.

Our 1st destination was Blanco Fish Soup at Beach Road. The rich broth was flavorful and the chunks of meat from the fried fish head was fresh. Besides fish soup dishes, other yummy dishes such as ngoh hiang, omelette and fried vegetables were served too.

At Kampong Glam, Irene gave us a brief history of the place,  and we spent some time to take in the area’s atmosphere.  At the Sultan Gate, we admired the grandeur of the Sultan Mosque, followed by photo taking session. We came across a giant platform swing and the child within us had to have a go at it.

We walked our way towards Arab Street. The beautiful colourful Mediterranean wares added vibrancy to the street. The evening scene of Kampong Glam was so alive, touristy and full of night life.  Muscat Street was laced with interesting eateries with locals and tourist having their meals al fresco style.

At Haji Lane, we could not resist dropping in the shops for its modern quirky items. This lane is known for catering to the youngsters as a hangout. On the walls, are several paintings and photo worthy graphics. At the end of Haji Lane towards Beach Road, tourists and locals were enjoying their drinks seated on bar stools, their tables filled with munchies, liquor and beer. They seemed to be having a good time, chatting and chilling out.

As we left Haji Lane, a more subdued road greeted us. We continued our walk towards Raffles City for McDonalds to cool down before heading home.  It was so lovely to sit, chat and enjoy each’s company over soft ice cream, drink and food to round off the walk.

Though the walk was in the city, the walking along these routes,  time mingling and looking out of each other in the crowd was equivalent to the time taken in the parks. Exhausted, I may be at the end of it, I totally enjoy it and look forward for my next walk with this group.

A big shout out to Irene, Lydia and Iris for efforts in organising our weekly walks.

2021-03-05 Zonal Meet Up @ Toa Payoh HDB Hub

I would like to take this moment to thank both ChanKN and DollyL to initiate and organize Toa Payoh Zone as the 5th location. It is a food paradise within walking distance.

Original plan to hold it at TPY KouFu was switched to Fork & Spoon at the last hour due to mid-afternoon crowd bombarded mostly by seniors in a matured estate. Both ChanKN and myself were early trying to secure 2 long tables of 8 pax but failed. A quick decision to switch location was made coz I am confident there are afternoon vacant tables there… I quickly rushed over to recce and manage to get 2 long tables by 3:00pm.

After much hiccups, we [3] managed to gather 11 members to join us at Fork & Spoon. The remaining 5 stayed at KouFu and ordered their food instead which is good for us coz it is indeed a big group.  Namely, DavidO n LilianC, AnnieS, SherryW and RichardW.

Photo images of both locations and food ordered showed a successful bonding amongst the members, from initial Koufu to Fork & Spoon and later adjourned to Gourmet Paradise for famous Soon Heng Rojak shows it all.

Meanwhile at Fork & Spoon – we received a SOS call that some of them were unsure of the location. Hence, we took the initiative to go and ferry them here. Though a bit disorganized in the location but am glad we can see smiling faces amongst them gleefully enjoy the remaining hours in deep entertaining discussion on travels, gardening tips and not forgetting SRVouchers on how to redeem it.

I must say to shout out loud or applaud to SherryW, our ardent Zonal fan, who took the effort to join the remaining team at Fork & Spoon.

Overall, this Zonal catch-up bonding is a salute to all participating member who made it happen. Images shows it all as the saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words”.

Looking forward to the next bonding…

Our Organizing Committee – ChanKN, DollyL n SallyF

 

Why MARCH Babies Stand Out in a Crowd

The 3rd month of the year – they are natural-born leaders who are empathetic, optimistic and happy in disposition.

Known to be Solitude individual as they enjoy getting lost in their own thoughts and are content to spend time alone.

Take a look at the fascinating commonalities of people born in March.

March arrived!  We would like to wish Happy Birthday to All Pisces and Aries Babies  that everything on this special month be radiant and happy, from morning until night, throughout the year so that every day is full of the best things that life can give us!

PS – do drop a line or 2 to send them wishes on their birthday month…

Sally Foo

Chap Goh Mei (YuanXiaoJie) or Lantern Festival

The 15th day marks the first night of the full moon and also the end of Chinese New Year celebration.  It is also known as Lantern Festival Day.  Another reunion dinner for us to celebrate, a customary to have special sweet dumplings called YuanXiao also called TangYuan made of glutinous rice flour stuffed with sugar fillings, symbolizing a family unity and wholeness.

This festive is about rejoicing and cultivating positive relationship between people – friends and families.  Another legend associates with higher beings ‘Ruler of Heaven’ responsible for good fortune, bestowing wealth and good luck.

To some, Chap Goh Mei is known as the Chinese Valentine’s Day – coz long time ago it was the only day that young maidens were allowed to dress up, stroll on the street and went to temples to pray, wishing to bestow a suitable match.  Such believes are still practice to this day…

Let us know how do you celebrate your last day or Chap Goh Mei which falls on Friday, 26 February 2021…

Sally Foo

Bedok Mall Zonal Lunch – 18 December 2020

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This is SHC 3rd Zonal Meeting – though a little late in posting in the Silverhairsclub.com website, I must say being the EO for the Bedok Mall Zonal lunch at Buddy Hoagies on 18 Dec was heartwarming and rewarding.

The cosy ambiance at Buddy Hoagies adds to the beauty of the members relaxing and enjoying their chit chats, Some of us met for a first time, but talk like old friends.  During chats, some members found out that they have similar interest and kakis were discovered.  As for me, in addition to meeting zoom friends personally, a reunion with old buddies Dolly n Catherine Ho from 15 years ago.

Food was delicious and value for its price, especially when comes with complimentary garlic bread, soup & a drink.  Thanks so much, Chan Keng Ngee and Dolly Lim for organising the several zonal groups island wide.  Both supported  each zone’s ‘start up’ gathering by physically being there with each zone’s EO and its members.  It was great that a few members from the other zones joined us at the Bedok Mall Zonal lunch too.  Members from other zones are encouraged to join, have fun, and to widen our circle of friends which is a vision of Silverhairsclub.com.

Now that a group of 8 pax are allowed, I look forward to have makan and minum kopi with more members.

Agnes Seow

ANG POW Origami – easy & personalised CNY Decorations

Lunar New Year is just around the corner – so we better bulldoze our way to spruce up our home with beautiful handmade décor.  Head to your storeroom to dig out past red packets and be hands-on on paper folding a form or Origami.

If you are looking for quality time with your grandchildren, why not ZOOM in and let’s share this unique decorations using Ang Pow – might do a passable job making the place look festive, nothing spells effort like making your own CNY décor.

Demo by EO Catherine Soon. Join us tonight, Thursday, 04 February @ 8:00pm.

You can easily get the materials at home…

Usual Materials Required: –

  • Red Packets (different colours)
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Regular Scissors
  • Scissors with fun shape (optional)
  • Glue
  • Tape
  • Stapler
  • Cardboard

Catherine Soon aka Malyne

May Music be the Food of LOVE play on – FEBRUARY

Be it, Music or Food – the 2nd month of the year, ordinarily containing 28 days – being the shortest one in the calendar emphasize the significant of love in our lives…

Born in February are known to be witty, intelligent and a definite outgoing person.  Peace Lover, honest to the core.  Faithful towards your near and dear ones.  Aquarians are well-thought out to be REAL and progressive thinkers with strong caring natures, while Pisces are every so often very empathetic and artistic.

Birthday celebrants born on 29th, you are truly unique in someone’s life, enjoy this day with your loved ones and make it a special day…

On behalf of SilverHairsClub – we would like to wish all Aquarius n Pisces Babies a wonderfully romantic month.  Be safe, have fun, take pictures, and enjoy every minute of this exciting time in your life!

PS – do drop wishes to all who are celebrating their birthday month…

Sally Foo

Open A Pineapple with Bare Hands

PineappleJoin us for a fun-filled Event :)

When : 2021 Feb 3rd to Feb 6th
Choose anytime, night or day at your convenience.

Reward : Runners up gets a Ralph Lauren Polo T each.


To participate :

(1) Form a group of three to register. Require two people to open the pineapple and one person to take a video of the whole process of successfully opening the pineapple and show your team mates eating ten segments of the pineapple after successfully opening it.

(2) Send the video to the officials via WhatsApp:
AnneC 96347628 and JasmineW 91855383
You can check out this youtube video on how to open a pineapple with your bare hands.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6qWCvDKe7A

The fastest First
The winning team will receive an invitation for Lunch ‘Home Dining’ on 7 Feb.
Five course meal prepared by an aspiring chef JosephineW.

‘Bon Appetit’
Thank you to our sponsors.
*Terence- pineapples (He will Pay-Lah the cost capped at $2/-)
*VivianL – Ralph Lauren Polo Ts
*AnneC, JeanL and JasmineW – Home Dining.

Also thank to all the participants. Here is AnneC and team “Wishing all a Happy CNY 2021.”

A.R.T in Chinatown

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A.R.T. In Chinatown

Hey friends,
Inviting anyone interested to join me in a short fun-filled tour to rediscover Chinatown. We will talk about History, A.R.T., Culture and not forgetting exchanging childhood stories if you have any :)

This is going to be my last Chinatown Tour before CNY and I will take a short break.

The enclosed link below will bring you to fill up the form to participate in this tour.

Cheers
Jasmine :)

https://forms.gle/ru2cF2roUuzZ6QEo6

Daily Morning Breakfast from 07:30am to 08:30am

Monday to Sunday Morning breakfast is one way to know about the latest news in the industry.  

Small Talk for Every Occasion, be it, Universal Topics (like the weather, current news, sports or entertainment); you can just ask someone about their day, or you can talk about yours.  Common Interest.  When they share their experience, find something nice to compliment them on because nothing makes people feel better than a genuine compliment!  A good start of the day… 

Whether you are rushing back from marketing or morning walk or Go grab a coffee or LaKopi in Kopitiam, sit back, and listen/chat in every morning at 07:30am… 

Daily breakfast with our EO/Co-Host: –

  • Monday – Friday:  Jean Lim
  • Saturday: Catherine Ho
  • Sunday: Sally Foo

Wake up my friends to a good morning call and join us in Zoom Meeting Room – Talk to you soon! 

Meeting ID: 417 852 5736

Passcode: shc

Jean Lim

Results of Treasure Hunt on 23 Jan 2021

Results of Treasure Hunt on 23 Jan 2021.
First : Treasure Seekers (lead by Cheryl Tiong).
Second : Water Melon (lead by Lydia Chin).
Third :J & D (lead by Jessie Ow).


Thank you all for your participation. Congratulations to all the winners. Each team will receive something.

First prize : 4 × $10 voucher
Second prize : 4 × premium chocolate.
Third prize : 2 × can of coke

Special thanks to Terence Seah, our SHC founder for his Treasure Hunt idea and Daniel Chan for contributing the vouchers.

Not forgetting my two fellow committee members and judges, Anne Choi who does the writeup and Jasmine Wong for tabulation chart. Together we spent quite a rounds of discussions. Thank you ladies.

A Fruitful Outing to Kampung Kampus – Home of GUI

Saturday, 23rd January 2021

A group of 6 members consist of ChanKN, MelissaK, FredaL, JasmineW, VincentH and DollyL visited to GUI (Ground-Up Initiative) Singapore 21st Century “School of Life’ in a nature-inspired campus this morning guided as promised by DennisH which ended with fantastic lunch there too.

Each and every one was extremely excited along with way while DennisH patiently guiding and showing us his very own vermicomposting project.  Vermicomposting is a decomposition process by which various species of worms are used to convert organic materials (usually wastes) into humus-like material known as vermin-compost which can possibly use on farms.

Followed by to a quick look at a self-made kitchen where one can enroll in baking.  Today, they were baking pineapple tarts and pizza using traditional Tabun oven – a clay oven, shaped like a truncated cone, with an opening at the bottom from which to stoke the fire…  Fascinating is the word that I wanted to use to describe this.

Then, a walk to vegetable garden plot whereby vegetables and spices are being grown there.  As usual, shopping seems to be always an interest to us, so some bought organic veggies, gingers and chikus at a reasonable price.

Next, we saw a group of volunteers washing lots of plastic bottles and containers for recycling.  Currently, they are only able to use #2 – HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) plastic most commonly used and is considered one of the safest forms of plastic.  Was told that they are in the midst of asking for funding to procure a machine to be able to recycle other different types of plastics.  Good Luck.. Type #2 plastic after washed can be re-make into coaster for cups and kettle holders.

GUI also make sure that kids are not being left out too, we strolled along another plot of land whereby playground were built into look-alike construction site (kids’ version) so that these kids were given hands-on working experience together with adults.  Along the way, we noticed Woodcraft classes being conducted.

I am sure that we had covered almost everything we wanted to know or maybe I can hear my stomach calling out for lunch.  WaHaHa… LUNCH TIME!!!

We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to DennisH whom had given us much of his informative details and the patience he had shown as we were busy taking many photos.

DollyL

As we usher in the Year of the METAL OX…

On behalf of Terence and all Moderators, Admins, EOs and Group Leaders

HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR to each and every member of SHC…

After a year of anxiety, what can we expect from the Year of the Ox in 2021?  Well, may each moment of this 2021 steer us towards a new and better direction to mold our life with all that is good; be it kind, positive, fruitful, loving and fulfilling…

Here are some Lunar New Year symbols or Spring Festival customary greetings that most of us would wish every SHCians for the upcoming gatherings, be it physically or remotely…

Let’s soak in the festive mood with celebration greetings n send your wishes through this page…

Sally Foo

Learn and share the new app “Signal”. Say 16 Jan 2021 8.30pm. RSVP only.

Whatsapp is widely used by Singaporeans. Today, Facebook has bought over Whatsapp. A new app “Signal” is here, with more than 10m users. And it works like Whatsapp.

What does this mean? Will our personal data be secure? Will we have to pay for whatsapp soon? How to use Signal? How to transfer Whatsapp contacts and messages to Signal?

I am no expert in Signal. But as SHC members, we can share how to use Signal and what these changes mean to us.

Tonight we have a Zoom session to share this new App Signal.

No entry after 9.05 pm. Whatsapp RSVP “Signal” to 9489 4360.

Venue: SHC Zoom. ID 714 852 5738. For password, check with your group leader.
Date:. Sat 16 Jan 2021.
Registration starts: 8.45 pm. First and Last name, mic and video required for participation.
Session starts: 9.00 pm sharp.
Session ends: 10 30 pm.

Terence Seah

Weekly Mandarin Chit chat Session-Monday @10:30am

Fun way to learn Mandarin on the GO!

A get-together session in speaking the language on anything under the sun, understanding each other better and of course building stronger friendship ties especially in this covid-19.

Mistakes to avoid – Chinese character do have multiple pronunciation and meaning. Some will treat as a joke and laugh it off and some will treat it seriously and get offended.

We are here to improve more conversational Mandarin at the same time know more of our Chinese Culture and customary Practice…

Please join me on every Monday.

Vivian Lai

Thinking of YOU on your Birthday – JANUARY

To all Capricorns and Aquarius – you know who you are…

Capricorns are known to be Independent, disciplined and organized while the Aquarius are believed to be intelligent, quirky and independent too.  Both of leadership potential.  Born in the chill month does make them a Cool person…

On behalf of SilverHairsClub – we would like to wish all January Babies a great beginning of a beautiful year…

PS – do drop wishes to all who are celebrating their birthday month…

Sally Foo

Weekly Karaoke Sessions

Love Singing or Listening to songs?

At SHC’s weekly Zoom sessions. You can either get ready to sing your YouTube songs or select songs and listen to others singing. You can also simply come to enjoy listening to songs selected by enthusiastic Members. So join in the FUN….

Karaoke Crooners: Every Monday & Tuesday from 09:00pm – 11:00pm

Room 1 – Mandarin/Hokkien session

Room 2 – English Session

Room 3 – Cantonese Session

EOs: Cheryl Tiong / Vincent Hee

Weekly ENTREPRENEUR Zoom Mtg – Sunday @ 10:00am

Thank you to all SHC members for your time joining me in the Entrepreneur last zoom session on 10 Jan 2021.I shared with members how to generate ideas. An idea is to address a pain or gap.

I used Rest.com.sg as an example. Rest.com.sg is an online portal for advertiser to place their ads at an affordable price.

Currently, most online ads are control by big techs. There are also many types of payments. Not many SMEs and startups have the financial resources to place ads on those current online social media.  Thus Rest.com.sg is to address this gap.

During the next session, I will share with members how to validate your idea.
Also next session, will have the honor to let our member, Dennis H, to share more info for a complimentary tour of GUI.

Please do zoom in this Sunday 17 Jan.
Till we meet again, have a great week ahead.

Treasure Hunt 23 Jan 2021 (Sat)

Treasure Hunt Season 2
EO: Vincent Hee

Date : 23 Jan 2021 (Sat)
Venue: Clementi Mall
Time: 9.00am to 6.00pm

Prizes: $10 x 4 NTUC vouchers for the winning team. Runners – up get premium chocolate bars.

To participate :

1) Register : Form groups of two or four and WhatsApp names to

  • Vincent Hee : 9186 8698
  • Anne Choi
  • Jasmine Wong

2) Report : On site in front of Clementi Mall and WhatsApp your group photo with backdrop to receive the 10 locations photos from the official of your choice. Following your findings, all ten photos should be send back to the same official. This is to ensure smooth tabulation.

3) Please note, the start time will click off right after you received all the ten photos.

4) Last or final photo must be taken with your whole group. All the participants must be in the picture to qualify for the end time.

5) Happy Hunting. Good luck.

Vouchers contributed by Daniel Chan, chocolates by Vincent, and Zero Coke from Terence.

Thanks to Daniel and Vincent and Terence for encouraging participation with the prizes.