(The very common image of the A Famosa fort in Malacca – something we have seen since we were kids but I has always wondered what is in the inside? What happens if one walks past the famed entrance? Will we be transported to another era? The entrance close up – it looks clean but rather very narrow. Perhaps it was meant to be so 400-500 years ago when the narrow entrance was easier to be defended against weaker rebels)
(My very first food in my Shanghai trip – I opted for something familiar, rice and chicken with beans and cold salad. It was good but I then realized my mistake – the weather was cold but the food was not warm enough. No wonder others were having the hot bowl of noodles and soup)
(Still, remember the audacity of Africans to fight the local authorities in Mantin? Does it not count as a serious threat to national security? Image source)
Whilst we welcome genuine Africans students to come over and get their higher education to better themselves and their country, we do not want criminals in disguise as students to come over and start creating problems and commit serious crimes here. And regrettably, the number of the menace caused by these Africans seems to be on a worrying trend.
(I have done up Part 3 of the trip to Oriental Paris but that post on India’s Got Talent has to wait for this classic – it was one of the funniest things I have ever seen in Youtube)