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    Default Any activities on this Friday holiday?

    Haven't shot street for quite a "long" time, hands itchy... Any recommended activities? In fact I am not interested in shooting activities themself, but the audience actually. Malay ppl are good subjects to me, due to their different culture, dress-up and looking.

    Thanks for any input.

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    Friday activity is ZZZZZZZzzzzzzz...............
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    Try Geylang Serai. Lots of activity and lots of pretty Malay girls walking around.


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    Originally posted by StreetShooter
    Try Geylang Serai. Lots of activity and lots of pretty Malay girls walking around.

    wah, I saw *lots* and *pretty* there... btw, nice shot! I am hungry!

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    OOi...
    you **** eyed issit....

    see the latest event ..........

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    Originally posted by tomshen

    wah, I saw *lots* and *pretty* there... btw, nice shot! I am hungry!
    Ooooiii...Tom, if I can wake up from my ZZZZzzzz... early I will join you....I will PM you....

    OOi...
    you **** eyed issit....

    see the latest event ..........
    where?
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    Originally posted by Knighthunter
    Friday activity is ZZZZZZZzzzzzzz...............
    I also hand itchy liao... already made arrangement with 3 friends... Friday is full day mahjong for me...

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    haha tom go aljunied side lah for shoot... like your style of shooting...
    me going to msia to kuehshio
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    im going to eat, eat and EAT!!

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    Originally posted by isomers007
    im going to eat, eat and EAT!!
    Let's visit isomers and take photos of her celebration with her family.

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    oops, forgot to mention: I shoot ALONE on street. It's not a good idea to have a bunch of photographers pointing at the same pple. I may meet u guys on street, that's another story

    Wish u all happy shooting!

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    Hi

    Personally I forsee Friday will be a very busy day
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    Any tips welcome. What will Malay do on such a holiday? I mean, traditionally. Quite curious
    Last edited by tomshen; 5th December 2002 at 12:31 AM.

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    Originally posted by tomshen
    Any tips welcome. What will Malay do on such a holiday? I mean, traditionally. Quite curious
    the short answer is the same as wat we do on Chinese New Year - they visit relatives and friends and have a jolly good time ;P
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    Is it something like Muslim New Year?

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    yes it is like a muslim new year..have new clothes to wear, go visit relatives, etc. And of course affirm the religion (as a way of life) too.



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