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WHEN IN SINGAPORE, DO WHAT THE SINGAPOREANS DO
Singapore is a unique blend of Chinese, Malay and Indian culture. This permeates to the local language commonly known as Singlish. Although often viewed negatively as an incorrect use of English, it is one of the most authentic and genuine facets of Singapore. Singlish is built upon the subtle nuances of the Singaporean personality and reflects daily life in the country.
This product celebrates and promotes the intangible experience of the local Singaporean by recognising Singlish; formalising it in a serious hardcover notebook.
• Written by John Chan
• A5 hardcover notebook : 212 pages
• Unique Singlish definition printed at the base of each page
• Includes a total of 105 Singlish words
• Ribbon bookmark attached
Math Paper Press
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