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Zac Teo

Zac Teo

Zac Teo is a Penang boy, being born and raised on this island. A music lover that always seeks new music to enjoy along with his daily dose of coffee; he loves traveling, exploring and also hunting for the latest food around the island. His penchant on writing about his beloved island led to him starting up Penang365.com in 2015.

9 comments:

  1. Hi CK Lam,

    Thank you for visiting my site! You have a great site too.

    Cheers

    Pearl
    http://www.my-island-penang.com

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  2. Hi CK Lam,

    Thank you for visiting my site! You have a great site too.

    Cheers

    Pearl
    http://www.my-island-penang.com

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  3. Pearl - I like your blog...a very informative guide and comes with lots of photos.

    ck lam
    http://www.what2seeonline.com

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  4. Pearl - I like your blog...a very informative guide and comes with lots of photos.

    ck lam
    http://www.what2seeonline.com

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  5. hey, one of the statue's head is still intact in your photos, but it had damaged already. Sad sad sad ....

    just never understand some people... these are the things that we should maintain it. right?

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  6. hey, one of the statue's head is still intact in your photos, but it had damaged already. Sad sad sad ....

    just never understand some people... these are the things that we should maintain it. right?

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  7. New Kid on the Blog - what a pity...I did not notice it while on my way to Beach street. Hope to see it back to its original form.

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  8. I am avid reader of your blogs, I find them interesting and makes me long for my old Penang both culinary and nostalgically!

    With regards to the high court, it was built by my great grandfather who initially came from China as a "tied" labourer but worked his way up to be his own boss. He also constructed the jail in Dato Keramat Road.

    Unfortunately, his fortune was squandered by his mistress and her two sons. That is why I have to work for a living!!

    Keep up the good work.

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  9. I am avid reader of your blogs, I find them interesting and makes me long for my old Penang both culinary and nostalgically!

    With regards to the high court, it was built by my great grandfather who initially came from China as a "tied" labourer but worked his way up to be his own boss. He also constructed the jail in Dato Keramat Road.

    Unfortunately, his fortune was squandered by his mistress and her two sons. That is why I have to work for a living!!

    Keep up the good work.

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