Monthly Archives: April 2012

Minutes of Malaysia

‘The railway of Sabah’ In 1988 when I visited the overseas parts of Malaysia: the states Sabah and Sarawak both situated on the isle of Borneo shared with Brunei and Indonesia, it was a real adventure. Entering the town of … Continue reading

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A sign of Singapore

‘On the edge of the equator’ When I visited Singapore for the first time in 1984 there were neither subway lines nor people movers as a feeder between a station and living area. All visits thereafter with shocked amazement I … Continue reading

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