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Back to the home page. No reproduction without permission. The Teochews say it best: The cabin crew, with both men and women in casual shirts and pants, were especially warm and friendly.
A bean, a nut, a pea. This Middle Eastern dish is commonly eaten in Malay households but rarely sold in stalls. Resembling porridge, it is made with kidney beans, which are first boiled, then ground into chunky bits and cooked with curry powder and spices. While there are many versions, this one by owner Ayob Rahman, 46, is served with bread, chilli, lime and onions.
Roasted and salted or sweetened peas, peanuts and other beans or nuts eaten as snacks, traditionally sold wrapped in paper cones. Official Report , 25 March, vol.
But the kachang puteh seller was merrily using his hands to fill up the packets with kachang puteh, thereby, breaking the food handling regulations. When I was young, I used to see kachang puteh vendors in cinemas selling all sorts of nuts. But the most popular type had to be the white sugar-coated peanut. Other than in cinemas, kachang puteh sellers could also be seen setting up shop by the street together with other street hawkers.
Perhaps the most interesting part about kachang puteh is how the nuts were presented — in paper cones made from pages of old magazines, which one was prone to read when he was done with the colourful, tasty nuts. Disturb, bother, be a nuisance.
Brassica alboglabra or Brassica oleracea var. A perennial with dull or glossy thick bluish-green, oval, often glaucous leaves and elongated fleshy inflorescences. It is cut for the market from the young plants or before the first flower buds begin to open.
In recent years, small plants grown in crowded conditions have been harvested for sale in the markets. Some authorities regard this as a variety of B. This plant is high in calcium and iron content and vitamin A precursors. It can be cooked in a variety of ways. Got most kinds of local vegetable here. When he started out on 3ha in , he planted only four types of vegetables — chye sim, kai lan, xiao bai chai and Chinese cabbage.
Books , 9 October, 4 Longing to be admitted and to listen to the table talk of Nizam and his kakis. This Weekend , 13 July, 6 A party of eight boisterous ang moh lunch kakis. Wilkinson A Malay—English Dictionary , vol. Also kelam kabut , erron. Make a mess of, panic. A hamlet or village, esp. Of or relating to a kampung. A John Cameron Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India 68—69 The portion of the town which stands on the western side of the river covers probably an area of acres; but though it is the busiest it is by no means the largest.
On the eastern side are the various campongs, or districts, bordering one on the other, and which together occupy an area of acres. These campongs are chiefly composed of dwelling-houses used by the natives, of similar construction to those already described, and they scarcely merit any particular notice.
There is a Campong Bencoolen, Campong Rochore, Campong Kapor, a Campong Java, a Campong Bugis, and Campong Glam, — the first part of the island sold, and where the European merchants originally had their residences, but which has now passed chiefly into the occupation of the natives.
His most pleasant childhood memories are involved with his play in the little woods around his kampung , picking fruits, etc. Last kampung standing [title] Kampong Lorong Buang Kok is one of the last kampungs left on the mainland. Back in the s, there were 40 families which called it home, but now there are little over 20 left. They are also called free range chickens. They are said to be tougher, leaner and healthier than normal chickens.
That also explains why there is so little meat on the bones. A person with a nervous disposition, one who is easily flustered. An Air-Level Story 25 Very xiong! K— n— n— b— c— c— b—. Extended remix version of an indiscreet vulgarity too unspeakable to pass through censorship. Chee remarked that the accused had not asked him to arrange the site survey. A general term for preserved fruits. Used to describe chevrons worn by Other Ranks. Ikan bilis in Malay. Small fish; ikan bilis.
A flowering convolvulus; Ipomoea aquatica, I. Eaten as a spinach Mal. Annals [ Malay Annals ] , A Guide to Common Vegetables 28 Kangkong..
At least two varieties are cultivated. It also occurs wild. The other variety is the dryland form, known as kangkong puteh, grown from seeds as are other vegetables except it requires plenty of water. It is of more slender habit and considered more superior. Neither too oily nor spicy, the vegetables were skilfully cooked to retain their crunchiness. An Air-Level Story 78 A regular who easily outclassed.. He would surely lose out in terms of the vital kang tao in any attempt to run the department if he had minimum cooperation from the platoon sergeant.
My priority now is to find a good job, so if you have any kang tao opening in Hokkien , let me know.. Complain or grumble, esp. Remove, steal, take without permission. Junk, trash, rag-and-bone items. The sight of an old lady struggling to push her load of recyclable material elicits sympathy among passers-by. I see the old lady as a karung guni or rag-and-bone trader.
She plies a trade that many shun. She and her karung guni trade perform some important functions in society. The karung guni folk fill an environmental niche. Without their backbreaking toil to balance an increasingly affluent throwaway society, we would be incinerating and land-filling a lot more rubbish. Our karung guni folk work not for the sake of recycling.
Their motivation is to earn a decent living by selling the recyclables. The work is very hard and the income can be irregular, but the buying and selling of used products afford the worker a livelihood. The karung guni is therefore an unrecognised group of steely entrepreneurs. As society develops and its people lead increasingly structured lives, the karung guni may one day become just another old story.
Informal recycling by the rag-and-bone folk is progressively replaced by institutionalised recycling programmes. Although the aim of resource conservation remains unchanged, which is good, I am deeply saddened by the absence of the economic and social significance epitomised by our karung guni men and women. They use these pieces of tin instead of money.
Conversion of imperial standard units to metric system units. The values expressed in terms of.. They look at a short man and say to themselves: A lowland vegetable, the plant produces dense clumps of long, grass-like leaves about 5 mm wide, flat and solid. The young leaves are erect but the mature leaves bend gracefully down. The blades of the leaves are not folded lengthwise as are those of garlic and leek.
Chives may be cultivated for its flowers which are plucked together with the stalks before the buds emerging from the sheath, or grown for its edible leaves which have a special flavour considered fragrant by some people. Both leaves and flowering culms are eaten as vegetables, the latter being one of the most expensive vegetables sold.
The slender garlic chive kow choi from an oriental supermarket would be even better. The small, red fruit of the Chinese boxthorn or Chinese wolfberry Lycium chinense , often dried, which is used in Chinese dishes and soups and in traditional Chinese medicine; goji berry.
Locally, the plant is imported from Cameron Highlands and is seldom found on sale except at the right season. The small dried red berries sold as a tonic in medical halls are very rich in carotene and are, [ sic ] thus good for the eyes. This shrub has long, recurved, thorny branches. Leaves are dark green, ovate, about 3 cm long. The soft slightly bitter leaves are cooked with pork or used in soups. Name of a sweetmeat; Ht. Bugis [ Silasilah Melayu dan Bugis Singapore, a.
This Weekend , 22 June, 11 Housewives had learnt to improvise by stirring eggs, coconut cream, sugar and pandan leaves vigorously over a well-controlled flame to form.. Hainanese and Thai renditions of kaya are stirred over low, steady heat until the mixture thickens to a glossy paste.
But I see this as another act of kiasi-ism. One who is afraid to lose out to someone else, often to the point of selfishness; an over-cautious person. Afraid of losing out to someone else, and therefore often behaving selfishly and disregarding others. Describes the breed which will not dare do anything for fear of getting into trouble; or one who is over cautious. Used to describe a person, commonly a government official, who is rigidly over-cautious and unprepared to take any risk, however unlikely.
A distinguishing characteristic of civil servants both within and outside the defence set-up. They hop on the bus with the child..
When you accuse people of being kiasu , they are very proud of it. To a certain extent, it can be a positive characteristic in certain spheres of society. But it never stops at the healthy level. Many Singaporeans like immediate, positive results. They cannot wait for things; they must have them now and they must be the first to have them.
A veteran educator blames the kiasu Singapore parent for the cramming that goes on even in pre-school classes. As long as a child is not lazy and tries his best, parents should be contented.
They should get rid of the kiasu , overly competitive mindset. Kiasu a bit never mind, lah.. My concern is that our kiasuism is driven by fear. Kiasuism is the paranoia that impels so many of us to try harder, think deeper, be more creative, lest we fail. And because we do that, many of us succeed. End of kiasu era [title] In the early days of Singapore there was a scarcity of resources.
Kiasuism evolved as a natural response: But today, Singapore is in abundance — with an educated workforce, political stability and many opportunities for education, recreation and housing. With such a low fee, some people wonder if the facilities work — I tell you they are quite kilat Malay slang for wonderful. An Air-Level Story 16 Debus, debus, debus! The leh is added to convey urgency. A proprietary name for boot polish, esp.
The kiwi bird design looked good on the small round tin, and the name was easy to see and attractive to look at. A person of Indian origin, esp. So many have settled in Malaya that they form an appreciable portion of the population. Being the only Indian nation familiarly known to the nations of the Archipelago, the word is used by them as a general term for all the people of Hindustan, and for the country itself. It was this people that, in all probability, introduced the Hindu religion, and they seem also to have contributed materially to the spread of Mohammedanism, the majority of the settlers being at present of this persuasion.
When I first heard the name Kling , I considered it a misnomer, but have changed my opinion for the following reasons: The people we speak of as Klings cannot properly be called Hindus, as the majority in the Straits will, I believe, be found to be Mahommedans.
This disposes of the religious name. They cannot be called Tamils, as very many, if not most of them, are Telugus Telingana ; thus language fails to meet the difficulty. Coromandels might be used, but this word is only known as a geographical expression by the Europeans. Natives of India do not use it, that I am aware of. Dravidians might meet the want of a common name one in common I mean , but philologists would be horror-struck at the desecration of one of their pet words.
Nor is it a word in common use among natives of India. We are thus compelled to fall back upon the despised word Kling , which, I think, may be satisfactorily accounted for on the following suppositions: Penang was originally a part of the Bengal Presidency, or rather was ruled from Bengal.
Officials from Bengal must have brought Bengali servants with them. These, when the first importations of natives of the south-east coast of India were brought over, would class them as Kaling ; that is, as people coming from the districts known to them as Kaling , south of Bengal. The above appears to me the probable derivation of the name as used here. At present it is regarded rather as a term of abuse.
Abdullah a man of Indian descent uses it of his own people, see Ht. But even in the Malay Annals there are indications that the word had dubious associations: Annals [ Malay Annals ]. East Indians , signature F, 4 If it were not for the Sabyndar, the Admirall, and one or twoe more, which are Clyn men borne, there were noe liuing for a Christian amongst them.
Their costumes are as varied as their nationalities. From the simple white rag of the nearly naked Kling, to the heavy flowing dress of the Mahommedan Hadjee, almost every shade of colour, and every variety of habit which it is possible to imagine, are here mingled together. The Klings are by far the most numerous, and are a conspicuous element in the population.
The occupations sought by these people are numerous, and some of them distinct. They are traders, shopkeepers, cooks, boatmen, common labourers, hack-carriage runners, and washermen; the two latter occupations are almost entirely monopolized by them. Consequently, no sensible man who knows anything about the way the word is commonly used, would think of using it when addressing an audience of Tamils or Indians.
In , Rev J. The commissioners, however, yielded to increasing pressure to comply with the feelings of the Indian community three years later, and Kling Street was rechristened Chulia Street, on the motion of Dr H.
Moonshi, one of the Indian members of the Board. It is the only spatial reference to the presence of this Indian community on the modern landscape. When Indian convicts were transported to Singapore, Kling had a derogatory association and hence the name Kling was dropped and replaced with Chulia, a reference no doubt to the Chulias from India who were concentrated in this area the North Indian term for the Kalinga kingdom is Chulia.
Kalinga, an ancient southern Indian state, was corrupted into kling long before Indians arrived in Malaya. By , however, kling had become derogatory, so Kling Street was changed to Chulia Street, with nobody seeming to mind that Chulia was just the northern Indian term for Kalinga.
Hokkien kong bak pao braised pork bun.. Packed even on weekdays, the eatery also does very good kong bak pau.. Sleep, take a nap. A popular and well sought after activity or non-activity, especially among combat trainees who find their programme tight and strenuous. This Weekend , 12 April, L22 Plain old kopi refers to coffee with condensed milk.
I often see ah peks at kopitiams shaking their legs while enjoying their kopi. Wait I finish my kopi first. We all stirred our kopi morosely. This Weekend , 13 July, 7 While their folks sip their kopi kau. Kopi gau — extra thick coffee. This Weekend , 12 April, L23 Remember to duck when you hear the cry of sio! Kamus Daya teh [ kosong ] tea without sugar and milk.
Although the different races here have grown closer over time, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong does not think Singapore will ever become a kopi susu nation.
As with the world, there are different races and religions here, so people must not pretend they are not there, he said. Mr Lee was replying to a grassroots leader who had asked if, in the future, the fault lines of race and religion could be blurred. Over one hundred years ago, on September 6, , grocer E.
It was based solely on the little-understood, relatively new process of evaporation. Unshaken in the belief that he was marketing a product of the utmost quality, Stuart pressed on. He believed that there was value in sanitary milk at a time when fresh milk was neither universally available nor always drinkable. As sales began to grow, E. Stuart searched for the perfect name for his product. He literally stumbled across the solution while walking in downtown Seattle.
Stuart thought it was an absurd name for a cigar, but perfect for his new milk product. Coffee made with evaporated milk rather than sweetened condensed milk. Compare Miloccino , Tehccino. Sweetened coffee without milk.
An old-fashioned coffee shop or restaurant. This Weekend , 12 April, L26 The kopitiam is a powerful medium, a location where we can relate our thoughts and share our feelings about life. I love our kopi-tiams.
It gives me an indescribably wonderful feeling to know that food is so near, so much and so cheap at any time, any day of the week, every day of the year. If we are to believe and accept all the loose talk that swirls around the Internet and at watering holes and kopitiam come election time, then we truly deserve to be labelled gullible.
The oldest mosque in Singapore was one of eight with their own suppliers. The other 39 here which conduct the ritual, ordered sheep through the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore Muis. Bad weather and refuelling problems held up their delivery. The Korban is performed annually to commemorate this event. The sacrifice is typically carried out on Hari Raya Aidiladha, also known as the Great Day of the Haj, which marks the end of the pilgrimage season to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia.
Korban is carried out in many mosques throughout the world. In Singapore, it is carried out at some mosques and designated places. Although it is not compulsory to for Muslims to offer a sheep in sacrifice, those who can afford it are encouraged to do so. The sheep, which were shipped here from Australia, will be delivered to the mosques in trucks. Volunteers and professional butchers recite prayers as the sheep are slaughtered.
The meat is then packed and distributed to Muslims who bought the sheep and to the poor and needy. As well as sheep, cattle and camels can also be slaughtered for their meat. Korban is not compulsory on either haj pilgrims or other Muslims.
It is merely a recommended voluntary act of piety for those who can afford it. It is your piety that reaches Him. Muslims who wish to offer korban would have to have placed their order a couple of months ago. The sheep, mostly from Australia, arrive at least a couple of days before Hari Raya Haji. They are slaughtered according to Islamic law, without inflicting any cruelty on them. The korban ritual has a twofold objective.
First, it is an act of piety as the meat is distributed to the poor. Second, korban services enable Muslim organisations and mosques to raise funds for their upkeep and educational programmes. Wilkinson ; box-turtle Cuora amboinensis Winstedt ; Ind. Physicians believe it to be an acute hysterical panic reaction. Those afflicted presented with a picture of having experienced a sudden feeling of retraction of the penis, and were beset with a great fear that should the retraction be permitted to proceed, the penis would eventually be drawn into the abdomen with a fatal outcome.
In their anxiety to prevent such a mishap, they held on to their penis either manually or with instrumental aid. In spite of the fears, however, a fatal outcome was unknown, although many instances of trauma to the penis, in some cases quite severe, had been seen.
It is also generally accepted that this is a form of neurosis although the psychodynamics are not clearly known and the natural history of the complaint has not been worked out.
No fatality has been observed, although instances of sudden death during intercourse were frequently cited as being due to the complaint. The patient learns through hearsay that the retraction of the penis can result in death; and under circumstances favourable to the development of the condition, the slightest subjective feeling in the genitalia sets in motion the fear that this particular complaint is afoot!
Thereupon, he grasp [ sic ] his penis and summons aid, and the mounting anxiety together with a sympathetic crowd of relatives sharing a common belief does the rest. Its occurrence was sporadic, and mostly in association with sexual activity. It was known to the Chinese as Shook yang and it had been pointed out that this had been recorded as an entity in one of the oldest medical literature in Chinese medicine Gwee, In Singapore, it is seen to affect Chinese men more than others, and it has been suggested that the entity arose first of all from the association of fatal illnesses with penile retraction, a phenomenon not uncommonly seen at death, and then from the cultural belief of the importance of the genitalia in relation to life, the systematisation was made that the penile retraction in fact was the cause and not the effect of death Gwee, The result is then a delusion of penile retraction followed by a fear of imminent death resulting in acute anxiety amounting to panic, and remedial measures adopted sometimes resulted in trauma to the genitalia.
Other views of the entity ranged from sexual neurosis to depersonalisation syndrome.. On 29th October , Koro first gained attention by a newspaper report where in it was stated that some people, as a result of eating the flesh of pigs inoculated with anti-swine-fever vaccine, developed Koro, and had to be treated by doctors or other home remedies.
The report was elaborated within a few days with further embellishments alleging that a pig after inoculation had died with penile retraction. Rumour was rife that the flesh of pigs inoculated with vaccine was unwholesome, and when consumed would cause Koro, which could be a killing disease. The pork sales began to go down, and further reports in the news carried increasing incidence of cases treated by doctors and Chinese physicians, and also accounts were published of at least one doctor and several Chinese physicians regarding the disease, chiefly emphasising that it should be treated quickly, and effectively with injections, acupuncture and other measures.
The indoctrination provided the belief that it was possible to get a shrinking of the genitals with fatal results, and given the right stimulus, in this particular instance the eating of pork from inoculated pigs, the belief culminated in a panic syndrome. The present epidemic therefore would seem to substantiate this postulate. The ease with which the epidemic was suppressed with published authoritative pronouncements and the effectiveness of cure in individual cases would also suggest that what is at work here is not infection but a mental state caused by rumours.
Kopi Kosong , Teh Kosong. I tell the vendor to use less oil to fry the prata and he gladly obliges. Dipping the prata into the curry and chewing on it is really shiok!
I sampled roti prata kosong plain Indian flatbread and roti prata telur stuffed with egg. From the types of food you eat to the way they are served, food is full of meaning and connotation to the Chinese, especially during this festive season. Melon seeds gua zhi. An open melon seed resembles the open mouth of a person laughing. Dried melon seeds eaten as a snack. A scoundrel, a gangster, one who treats others badly. Like a scoundrel or gangster: Do not always think that this is a kucing kurap.
This is Singapura and, if you try to skin the wrong cat, you may end up getting into a lot of trouble. Hamilton the derivation of the word from Chi.
A generic name for cakes and puddings, esp. Those with a sweet tooth can home in on the dessert counter where a variety of nonya kueh as well as Western pastries like black forest cake and hazelnut royaltine await. One had kueh wajik — squares of sticky rice infused with gula melaka. The other held kueh ambon — slices of honeycombed pandan cake.
I have been making kueh ambon without success. I end up with sour-tasting solid kueh instead of the honeycomb texture. After a lot of deduction, I think I have cracked their code. By weight, most recipes seem to hover around four parts eggs usually comprising more yolks than whites , seven parts liquid coconut milk plus water , three to four parts flour, and four to five parts sugar. The flour could be tapioca flour, glutinous rice flour or sago flour. These respectively contribute light and chewy, sticky, and firm textural nuances.
Many recipes blend two or more types of flour. She also uses a pair of small plastic tongs with jagged ends to pinch the kueh bangkit dough, which forms the traditional pattern on the cookie.
A small, firm, crumbly cake. With no oil such as butter, the bahulu is rougher and a little drier — and that is how it should taste. Ms Zainab says the kueh bahulu can usually be kept for a couple of weeks if stored properly. It was extremely fragrant and a treat I always looked forward to. A Malay cake made with flour, coconut milk and brown sugar.
These Hari Raya treats — which include traditional Malay cakes such as kueh jongkong made with flour, coconut milk and brown sugar.. Nine hundred and fifty-seven participants prepared pieces of the traditional Chinese New Year cookie while seated in front of a m-long makeshift stove.
Kochi Cochin-China, formerly a country in the southern region of what is now Vietnam; also Kuchi , Kuching Wilkinson ]. A pyramid-shaped Malay cake made of glutinous rice flour filled with a sweet peanut paste. It is roughly shaped like a hemisphere as it is steamed in small bowls or cup-shaped moulds. Steamed rice-flour dough, for example, in Nyonya kuih kosui and ang koo kuih skin, can also be given a firmer consistency by carefully measured amounts of alkaline water.
Also known as cake lapis. It does the same for glutinous rice in kee chang yellow alkaline glutinous rice dumplings and in their Malay cousin, kuih lopes. Try lifting a freshly steamed kueh salat from the pan and you will likely get a crumbly edged mess.. The owner makes deliciously moist steamed cakes with peanut or coconut filling. The snack was originally eaten plain in China. But filling was added when it was reproduced here. A sweetmeat; pulut -rice steamed till the grains form a compact mass, then served up with a sauce of coconut-milk and sugar, Ch.
Usually in diamond shape.. Also kueh kachau , pulut kachau. This Weekend , 28 December, 8 He.. After arching over his chopping board for half a century, year-old Koh Ah Soon is now hunchbacked.
He started selling kway chap with his father when he was just 12, in the now non-existent Garden Street in the Beach Road area. Many have tried, but few have achieved, his cleaning and stewing techniques. Pork innards are stripped of their offensive odour and coaxed into a super smooth and tender consistency. He took a short hiatus in and re-opened in Serangoon Gardens food centre in I grew up eating porridge with innards like intestines, liver, spleen and all that.
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