SINGAPORE - CHINA TOWN (2)
PHOTOS BY LEE SAN
One of the only two 1-Michelin star street hawker food stalls
in Singapore is found here in Chinatown. The soya sauce chicken
is yummy, but the queue is another matter.
To the subway! The station is aptly named Chinatown.
A wall mural featuring a vanished trade, the letter writer.
|The five-foot way, an architectural feature common
to most shophouses in Singapore and Malaysia.
It provides shelter from the rain and sun.
Good Sunday to all of you! Hope you all are doing fine. Again this week we have photos contributed by Lee San to enjoy. Smiles.
Always glad to see you at the different things Poets United offers each week....whether it is Sherry's Monday offering, Susan's or Sumana's Midweek Motif, or Rosemary's (or sometimes Sherry's) Friday feature.
Be sure to check back and read the wonderful poem "The Forest" by a Canadian poet that Sherry shared for I Wish I'd Written This.
This Monday Sherry will be featuring an update with one of our most prolific poets. Wednesday Sumana's Midweek Motif prompt will be "Of Poems."
With no delay, let's share poetry. Link your one poem below. Say hello in the comments, and visit the other poets who share their work. I look forward to seeing you on the trail.