A Bi-Monthly eMagazine of the Chinese Swimming Club
November - December 2010
01 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
13th CSC-SIA Group Sports Club
Annual Bilateral Games
CSC - Kason Age Group Badminton
(Invitational) Tournament 2010
18 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
25 GO GREEN
Chia Foong Ghee
Goh Beng Chin
It is the time of year that we are reminded of giving with love and
thanksgiving. I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to all fellow
members for their unceasing support in 2010. The Management Committee
waits in great anticipation to make the Club even better as we embark on
the next phase of redevelopment for the Recreation Complex.
We have finally commenced the renovation work for Three Bars to be
relocated to the Recreation Complex. This will be followed by a total
revamp of Man Zhu Café in mid November. Do keep a look out for all the
exciting offerings and upcoming events upon the re-opening of our Food &
Beverage outlets. A new Beer Kiosk will also be launched by the pool side at
the Sports Complex. Please refer to the Bulletin on page 7 for more details.
The Club has been receiving feedback with regards to the complimentary
food and drinks provided in the Jackpot Room. As you may be aware, the
complimentary food and drinks provided in the Jackpot Room are actually
meant for the Jackpot players’ consumption only. However, in past years
when jackpot revenue was healthy, this bye-law was not strictly enforced. The two integrated resorts have
cannibalized 40% of the Club’s jackpot revenue recently and in order for the Club to maintain its competitiveness
by providing better service to jackpot players, the existing jackpot room bye-law has to be strictly enforced. This
measure is also taken to prevent the further erosion of the dwindling revenue margins. In this respect, we would
like to seek members’ understanding. I would also like to seek members’ co-operation when using the facilities
in the Club. Considerate gestures like not removing reading materials from the Reading Room and refraining
from sleeping on the seats at the Lobby will help make our Club not only premier in terms of facilities, but also in
character as well.
As we approach year 2011, we have planned a myriad of activities for the members, young and old. Be overwhelmed
as you watch the accredited chefs whip up some tantalizing Tempura, mouthwatering Teochew Kuehs, rich Nonya
fares and palatable Christmas log cake or Tiramisu in our culinary classes. Do mark your calendar for some workouts
or leisure events in the midst of the yummy indulgence and feastings. You can maintain a stress free and healthy
lifestyle with activities such as Power Yoga, Rhumbarobics, Social Dance and MTV Dance. The little ones can also
have their fair share of fun this school holidays with the Sorcerer’s Magic and Tom Raiderz Brainy Challenge.
Last but not least, on behalf of the Management Committee and all the staff, I wish you Love this Christmas and
that the joy of the coming of our Lord Jesus touch your lives and bring peace to your hearts. Have a Blessed
Christmas and a Spirit filled year ahead.
Shalom and God Bless,
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13th CSC-SIA Group Sports Club Annual
It was the time of the year again, when two clubs with rich sporting histories
came together to spar in friendship. It was also a opportunity for members of
both clubs to catch up with old friends and establish new friendships.
The first to start the games was golf. A total of 36 golfers from both sides woke
up in the wee hours of 18 September to make the drive up North, heading
towards the Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort for an early morning tee-off. With a total
of 429 Stableford points, CSC took the lead in the overall tally, winning narrowly
by a margin of 9 Stableford points.
Another contest taking place off the host’s premises was bowling, with the
keglers convening at SAFRA Tampines’ Orchid Bowl. With the ever tough SIA
team as our opponent, it was an uphill task for our bowlers to get one over their
counterparts on their home turf. Results of the game turned out to be a great
upset with CSC scoring a landslide 23-7 win over SIA.
Five other sports namely the Badminton, Billiards & Snooker, Squash, Table
Tennis and Tennis, faced off simultaneously at the SIA Group Sports Club’s
excellent facilities. CSC managed to exert its sporting authority with another
four wins out of the five, achieving an overall 6-1 win.
In the evening, members of both clubs had a delightful time of interaction over a lavishly served meal by the host. Even though
this game had come to a closure, all athletes would certainly be raring to go again with great anticipation, enthusiasm and
passion for the 14th Games.
Hong Kong Open Swimming Championships
Six CSC swimmers were selected to represent the nation in this meet along with Coach Fan Yu Bo who also happened to be one
of the appointed coaches. The swimmers were Richard Chng, Lionel Khoo, Arren Quek, Koh Hui Yu, Tiffany Koh and Cheryl Lim.
Lionel Khoo continued his unrelenting siege on Breaststroke records by re-writing the National U17 50M record twice, in the heats
and then again in the finals. The record now stands at 0:28.93. Another record owned by him, the 100M, was also re-established
(1:04.06) and Lionel now holds the 50M, 100M and 200M National U17 Breaststroke records.
CSC’s representatives L-R: Lionel Khoo, Arren Quek, Richard Chng, Cheryl Lim, Tiffany Koh, Dzulhaili M.K., Koh Hui Yu
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Chinese Swimming Club – Kason Age
Group Badminton (Invitational)
It was the biggest ever turnout for the competition that was
into its sixth year, perhaps even in Singapore. A grand total
of 1433 participants took part in 16 categories held from
6 to 12 September. The Badminton Hall was bustling with
joie de vivre from as early as 7.30am till 10.30pm daily.
Coinciding with the one- week tournament period was the
Hari Raya Puasa. Nevertheless, thoughtful arrangements
were made specially for Muslim participants to minimize
disruption to their celebration.
There was a turn-up of more than 400 spectators for the
finals on 12 September. Among them was the Guestof-Honour
Mr Lee Yi Shyan, Minister of State for Trade
& Industry and Manpower and President of Singapore
Badminton Association. Mr Lee was accompanied by
our Club President Mr Edwin Lee, the Club Captain Mr
Nicholas Lim, Li-Ning Sports Singapore Pte Ltd General Manager Ms Vivien Lim, and General Manager ASEAN, Fuji Xerox
Printer Channel Mr Vincent Sim. Press representatives from several news agencies were also present to cover the signing of
Memorandum of Understanding for the Chinese Swimming Club Li-Ning Badminton Academy.
With participants from Malaysia, Indonesia and China, our very own local youths had to pit their wits and skills against the
very best. The atmosphere at the Finals was indeed electrifying as every point was greeted with loud cheers. Our trainees
Chan Min Anne and Kaitlyn Hong as well as Ngiam Jin Hao and Chan Chen Hoong did the Club proud by finishing Joint 2nd
Runners-up in the Girls Doubles 9 & Under, and the Boys Doubles 17 & Under respectively.
We would like to thank our main sponsor Li-Ning Sports Singapore Pte Ltd and co-sponsor Fuji Xerox for their generous
contribution. We would also like to thank Singapore Badminton Association, C&T Trade Services, 100 Plus, Food Empire
Holding Pte Ltd, Pilot Pen (S) Pte Ltd and Freshening Industries Pte Ltd, as well as all supporters and participants for their
The rapturous crowd
Mr Edwin Lee presenting token of
appreciation to Mr Lee Yi Shyan
VIPs absorbed by the actions
From left: Mr Richard Tan, Mr Lee Yi Shyan, Mr Nicholas Lim,
Mr Edwin Lee, Mr Ronald Lam, Mr Michael Foo & Mr Vincent Sim
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1 CLUB PRESIDENT MR EDWIN LEE CONFFERED THE PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL
The Management Committee, members and staff would like to extend their
heartiest congratulations to the Club President, Mr Edwin Lee, on being
conferred the Public Service Medal award in August this year.
The Public Service Medal was instituted in 1973 and is awarded to any person who
has rendered commendable public service in Singapore or for his achievement
in the field of arts, sports, sciences, business, the professions and the labour
Despite being very much involved in the management and transformation
of the Club in the past 10 years, Mr Lee has also been devoting his time and
effort volunteering at the Sembawang GRC, Chong Pang Division. His valuable
contributions towards Singapore and CSC will indeed inspire many Singaporeans.
We believe that this milestone achievement shall pave many more successes to
come for Mr Lee and we wish him well and success in all his endeavours.
2 WITHDRAWAL FROM REGISTERED ACTIVITIES
Kindly note the following for members’ who may wish to withdraw from any activity after registration:
- Withdrawal notice must be submitted at least 2 weeks in advance before the next billing month.
- Notice received by the Club on or before the 15th day of the month will be processed within the month. Charges for the
activity will cease in the following month.
- Notice received by the Club after the 15th day of the month will be processed in the following month. Charges for the
activity will be debited accordingly in the following month and cease thereafter.
3 ACKNOWLEGEMENT OF BILL CHITS & SIGNING-IN OF GUESTS
For bookings of Badminton, Squash, Table Tennis and Tennis Court, we seek the kind co-operation of members to sign
the respective bill chits at the Sports Desk before the game commences. Accompanying guests are to also sign-in at the
various entry points and present the guest pass upon request. For more information, you may contact the Sports Desk
at 6885 0677.
4 MEMBERSHIP CARDS NON-TRANSFERABLE
Members are advised to bring along their membership cards at all times to enjoy the facilities of the Club. For security
reasons, random checks on membership cards may be conducted.
5 NEW SOCIAL MEMBERSHIP CARD
The Club will be discontinuing the use of the current Social
Membership Card with effect on Friday, 31 December 2010.
To avoid any disruption to your Membership entitlements,
you may proceed to the Joy Luck Cove Counter with the
current card in exchange for the new membership card.
6 PLEASE REFRAIN FROM BRINGING MAGAZINES OUT OF THE READING CUM STUDY ROOM
For the consideration and comfort of fellow Club members, please do not bring the Club’s magazines out of the
rooms. We would also like to remind members to switch all mobile phones to silent mode and keep conversations to a
minimum. Kindly also refrain from loud discussions in the Reading cum Study Room.
7 EXTENSION OF VALIDITY OF F&B LEVY
Due to the closure of Man Zhu Café in November for renovation, we are pleased to extend the validity of the F&B Levy
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Levy Month August Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan 2011 Feb 2011 Mar 2011
Expiry Month Nov Dec Jan 2011 Waived Waived Waived May 2011 June 2011
Extension Feb 2011 Mar 2011 Apr 2011 N/A N/A N/A
8 CLOSURE AND REVAMP OF MAN ZHU CAFÉ
To enhance members’ and guests’ dining experience, Man Zhu Café will be closed for a total revamp from Thursday, 18
November 2010 till late January 2011. For more information, please refer to the notices displayed.
9 NEW BEER KIOSK
A new Beer Kiosk will be opened at the poolside next to the time-keeper’s room (Sports Complex, Level 1) from Monday, 8
Novembers 2010. Beers, juices and soft drinks shall be served. For more information, kindly refer to the notices placed outside
10 CLOSURE OF THREE BARS
Three Bars will cease operation at the Sports Complex from Monday, 8 November 2010 and relocate to the Recreation Complex,
Level 1 (former Tatsu Sushi). For more information, please refer to the notices displayed.
NEW! THREE BARS
MAN ZHU CAFÉ
Last Day Of Operation
Sunday, 7 November 2010, 11.00pm
Sunday to Thursday:
11.30am - 11.00pm
Friday, Saturday, and Eve of
11.30am - 1.00am
Lunch & Dinner
Daily: 11.30am to 8.00pm
Drinks & Karaoke Singing
Sunday to Thursday:
4.00pm to 11.00pm
Friday, Saturday, and Eve of Public Holidays:
Closed for Revamp
Thursday, 18 November 2010
to Monday, 24 January 2011 (Tentative)
(Sports Complex Poolside, Level 1)
Monday, 8 November 2010 to
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
4.00pm to 11.00pm
(From Friday, 19 November 2010 onwards)
Fridays and Saturdays: 4.00pm to 9.30pm
Sundays: 3.00pm to 7.00pm
11 COMPLIMENTARY F&B PRIVILEGES AT JOY LUCK COVE
We would like to bring to members’ attention that complimentary food & drinks provided in the Jackpot Room are meant for
jackpot players’ consumption only as stated in the Jackpot Room Bye-Laws 19. The Management is also looking to install hot
and cold plain water dispensers in the Club premises in due course. Members may also visit Manzhu café for complimentary
water during its operating hours.
12 NEW JACKPOT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
We are pleased to announce that effective from 30 June 2010, the Club has
implemented a new Jackpot Management System at Joy Luck Cove. Members
can register with their CSC membership cards over the counter at Joy Luck
Cove to be eligible for the multi-level cashcade. We hope this new system will
provide members with an interesting and more fulfilling experience playing
on the Club’s fruit machines.
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13 GUIDE ON HOW TO READ THE STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS (SOA)
Members may be pleased to know that an instructional guide on reading the monthly SOA is available on the
Club’s website. We hope the instructional guide will help members to better understand their monthly SOA.
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Alexander Popov & Dr Rania Elwani Swim Clinic
CSC had the opportunity to host the Swim Clinic conducted by Russian
swimming legend, Alexander Popov, alongside one of Egypt’s greatest
athlete’s ever, Dr Rania Elwani. Popov is widely regarded, as one of the
best sprint swimmers in history and Dr Elwani probably being the most
successful female African swimmers of all time. Both were in Singapore
to promote the inaugural Youth Olympics as International Olympic
The young elite swimmers of the various swimming clubs were invited
to attend this fruitful and entertaining sharing session with the two
swimming icons. Also in attendance were dignitaries such as Dr Tan Eng
Liang, Vice President of the Singapore National Olympic Council and Mr
Jeffrey Leow, President of the Singapore Swimming Association.
Besides precious advice and tips, the young talents also got up close and
personal with their idols during the autograph and photography session
as the clinic comes to a closure.
SSA President Mr Jeffrey Leow (standing) delivering the
16th SSC Open Invitational Midget Meet 2010
40 handpicked pocket dynamos were given a big task on their little shoulders – to retain the Open Midget title. 14 other clubs
from around the region also had their sights on the coveted title and they would take some beating. Not to worry though, as
our boys and girls had their entourage of daddies, mummies and other family members out in full support.
While the outlook before the competition was rosy and expectant, the results were stunning to say the least. CSC defended the
title by a margin of 161 points, fending off the host Singapore Swimming Club 606.5 to 445.5. Of the 28 Gold medals, 14 were
meet records – 6 individuals and 8 relays. Three swimmers – Maximus Liew, Natalie Ho and Zachary Ian Tan were also named
Top Performers for their respective age groups.
Much credit goes to the coaches – Yang Wei Jia, Yi Fan, Jeffrey Ng & Chng Kiam Choon and Team Manager Melvyn Ang
for their diligent preparation. The future certainly looks bright for this team and greater success beckons!
The victorious CSC team
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Single Age Group Swimming Meet 2010
A bumper turnout of 165 swimmers made this year’s Single Age Group one of the best-participated meets in recent years!
Various successes enjoyed by CSC in the past two to three years in the interclub meets has certainly attracted new members
to join the Club for the swimming program and also motivated the younger swimmers to emulate their seniors. Once again,
parent volunteers who had painstakingly contributed to the successful running of the meet ended it in good time despite
the large number of entries.
Below are some of the qualified swimmers who charted the list which the Club shall count on to retain the “Junior Inter-Club
Crown” title this November.
Age Name Gender Events Gold Silver Bronze
6 Zachary Ian Tan M 5 5 - -
8 Maximilian Ang M 5 3 2 -
8 Alexus Liew M 5 2 2 1
9 Koh Liang Jun M 5 5 - -
10 Dylan Koo M 4 4 - -
11 Darrian Chee M 3 2 1 -
11 Kevin Ong M 5 2 3 -
6 Gan Ching Hwee F 5 2 3 -
6 Natalie Ho F 2 2 - -
8 Jamie Koo F 4 2 1 1
8 Jasmine Tan F 4 3 1 -
9 Yumi Yeo F 5 3 2 -
10 Valerie Ho F 4 4 - -
11 Chloe Wang F 5 5 - -
Some medal winners who took to the podium
FINA / Arena Swimming World Cup 2010 Series
Two of CSC’s most promising young swimmers made the long journey to Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro for the world’s short course meet,
donning Singapore colours. Although the going was tough pitting themselves against the world’s elite, the duo established several
Jeremy set new best times for all his four events – 100M Back, 200M Back, 400M Free and 1,500M Free. Marina took part in the
200M Individual Medley, 400M Individual Medley, 100M Fly and 400M Free, attaining three best times out of the four events.
The meet was an excellent exposure and would certainly contribute greatly to their future development as representatives of
both the Club and for Singapore.
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July / August Monthly Medals
The new bowling season continued in the month of July and August. Ryan Tan stole the fame in August Monthly
Medal with a total pin falls of 1437. Trailing behind, Kevin Koh caught up as 1st Runner-up with 1383 pin falls
followed by Robin Teo who came in 2nd Runner-up. As for the ladies, the unbeatable Cheritta once again clinched
the Championship for the 2nd month. The full results are as follow:
Position July August
Name Score Name Score
1 Cheritta Low 1142 Cheritta Low 1219
2 Inge Suryadi 1069 Judith Oh 1080
3 Rose Ng 917 Doris Tan 1054
Position July August
Name Score Name Score
1 Gerard Ng 1444 Ryan Tan 1437
2 Nicholas Lee 1274 Kevin Koh 1383
3 Felix Ng 1223 Robin Teo 1379
Cheritta Low left & Mr Joseph Sub-Committe member
Taekwondo Team Building Day
31 July marked a memorable day for the trainees at the ‘Go-Kart’ activity held and hosted by the Kallang Community
Centre. A total of 15 trainees participated in this team building activity. Having gone through a tough grading prior
to this, it was a blast for all during this bonding and team-building program. The fun-filled event had no doubt
brought the team closer and further encouraged friendships to be fostered.
CSC Taekwondo trainees enjoying ‘Go Kart’ Voomz..Voomz
‘Go Kart’ at Kallang Community Centre.
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Inter-Social Club Golf Tournament 2010
The replay of the 2nd Game which was postponed since 2 July due to the rain was held at Keppel Club on 13 August.
A total of 131 golfers from seven Clubs took part in the event, including 26 golfers from our Club.
The enthusiastic golfers reported as early as 11.30am for the 1pm shotgun tee-off. The weather this time round was splendid
as members from Changi Beach Club, Chinese Swimming Club, Serangoon Gardens Country Club, Singapore Cricket Club,
Singapore Recreation Club, Singapore Swimming Club and Tanglin Club basked in their newfound friendships.
Dinner was held at the Keppel Hall with good food and of course, ice-cold beer! Medals for the top two players from each
Club were presented by their respective Convenor. The winner’s trophy was then presented to Singapore Cricket Club who
won the leg with 292 Stableford points, 2 points ahead of Singapore Recreation Club. Singapore Cricket Club was also
the winner for the 1st leg and the hot favourite at the challenge trophy. As the replay heads to an end, we look forward
with great anticipation to yet another exciting game during the Finals which was held at the Raffles Country Club on 29
All the Golfers from the Seven Clubs
The golfers taking a breather while waiting for their turn
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Hua Hin Golf Tour
The simple trip organized for Golf section members to “Golf in Hua Hin” turned out to be one of the most successful golfing trips
in recent years with 48 participants. Two coaches were required to ferry the golfers everyday to breath-taking courses around the
quaint seaside town from 18 to 21 August.
Everyone gathered at Changi Airport from as early as 5.30am to check-in and upon touchdown at Suvarnabhumi Airport, the
golfers were whisked away for a four-hour ride to Black Mountain Golf Club. Fluffy clouds cast dark shadows on the surrounding
mountains, thus giving the Club its name and all jet lag dissipated upon seeing the lush greeneries. After the game, the golfers
traveled to Hua Hin Residences, a cluster of villas hidden 20 minutes from the town.
The destination next morning was the Banyan Golf and Resort and it was even bigger and more challenging than the first. Despite
the rolling hills, no one was complaining, and there was even a hole overlooking the ocean! As it was a morning game, there was
time to trawl through the town proper and to taste local delicacies. We even made a visit to factory outlet to grab bargain items!
On the third day, we went to Springfield Royal Country Club which was designed by Jack Nicklaus. The course was well-maintained
and even featured the 18th hole on a small island in the middle of the lake. During the final night, we were served a lavishly
prepared seafood buffet dinner by the renowned hotel chef. Despite the heavy evening downpour, it did not deter our members
from dancing through the night.
The last course before we bade goodbye to the land of smiles was the Palm Hill Golf Club. It took another four hours journey back
to the airport and was past mid-night by the time we had landed back in Singapore. Though the four-day trip was arduous, the
smiles, memories and friendships brought back by the golfers were undeniably priceless.
Breathtaking view of Black Mountain
A warm welcome from Thailand
Banyan Golf & Resort Signature Hole
All the golfers raring to go
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CSC Tennis Friendly Match with Serangoon Gardens Country Club
The event took place at the Serangoon Gardens Country Club on 14th August. Both teams battled hard and gave
their best shot as though it was a competition. After a series of competitive games, CSC finally emerged as the
winner. The game was concluded with both captains exchanging plagues as a token of their mutual appreciation
and of course not forgetting to have a group photo taken as a keepsake.
Players from both clubs exchanging tokens
Contract Bridge Beginners Workshop.
A total number of 14 members participated in the Contract Bridge Beginners workshop which commenced on the 25th
August, held at the Multi Purpose Room, Sports Complex. Even though it was a challenge for the beginners in this tricktaking
game, everyone had an amazing time of friendly competition and game discovery as they try to outwit one another
with simply a standard deck of cards.
Annual Championship Open Pairs 2010
A total number of 22 participants took part in this year’s Annual
Championship Open Pairs 2010 on 22 August, held at the Auditorium,
Recreation Complex. Our heartiest congratulations goes to the 2010
Champion duo Yap Tek Kiat and Stella Ee. This stag-team junior and
senior member certainly impressed everyone with their combined skills
and great collaboration, including their opponents. The zest of their
fighting spirit inspired them to victory. Well done and kudos to Mr Yap
Tek Kiat and Stella Ee for making CSC proud!
From left - Yap Tek Kiat,Stella Ee and Club Captain Nicholas Lim
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ENZYME NUTRITION HEALTH TALK Daphne Phoa
What are enzymes and what do they do We are honoured to have Ms Charlene Hui, a certified Enzyme Therapist from
the Transformation Enzyme Corporation, USA, Texas, to share with us on the benefits of this little element and how it can
affect our health. Approximately 50 registered members turned up for the session on 10 Jul 2010 to find out more.
Enzymes are proteins essential to life. The human immune system depends on the proper amount of enzymes in order to
function properly. Each of us is born with a fixed amount of enzymes, however our body requires additional and frequent
intake of enzymes in the form of fresh foods.
Food enzymes are present in raw foods and are usually just sufficient to help the body digest that particular food.
Unfortunately, enzymes are usually destroyed during cooking which goes beyond 118°C. This is the reason why we need
to consume more fresh fruits and vegetables. Another wonderful
suggested enzymes booster is the good old traditional “Yu Sheng”
(raw fish). For all other salad enthusiasts, do remember to go easy on
the salad dressings as too much can be unhealthy. It would be best
if salads are consumed without any dressing.
Towards the end of the session, members were treated to a free blood
analysis and consultation by Ms Hui to identify conditions within the
blood that could adversely affect or improve their general health.
As a gentle reminder to you our beloved members, include more fresh
fruits and vegetables as well as “Yu Sheng” into your diet.
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CHOICE OF PORK CUTS Wendy Tan
Choosing the right pork cuts can affect the taste of that special dish you
are preparing. We were privileged to have Chef Roy who shared with us this
wonderful tip and four yummy recipes to our 21 earnest participants present on
22 August 2010. Samples of the pork cuts were shown and explained, following
which Chef Roy demonstrated the first yummy recipe using the most expensive
of all pork cuts - Pork Fillet with Apples and Prune. As we were eagerly anticipating
for the pork fillet to simmer, Chef took no time to waste and proceeded with the
next recipe, a slow-cooking oven-baked dish which requires an hour’s worth of
marination - Baked Pork Rib with Barbecued Sauce.
Coming up next is a simple yet refreshingly mouthwatering number - Pork
Steak Pineapple Salsa. Sliced pork steak was seasoned with just salt and pepper
before being pan seared to and completed with some refreshingly made
tropical Pineapple Salsa.
Alas, how can we forget our ever so popular Sweet and Sour Pork! Seasoned
Cubed cut pork were deep-fried till golden brown before a special made
sauce was drizzled over. Much
to everyone’s delight, this was a
successful workshop with all those wonderful tips, great recipes, last
but not least, a yummy and hearty time of food tasting!
PREVENTING & BEATING OSTEOPOROSIS Wendy Tan
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that leads to an increased risk of fracture,
affecting life expectancy and quality of life. A total of 16 participants turned
up for the informative and interactive workshop conducted by Omigreen
Wellness on 29 August 2010. A panel of health professionals made up of
a doctor, dietitian, nutritionist and consultants, were present to educate
and answer queries raised. The topics presented were on the signs and
symptoms of osteoporosis, prevention methods and also diet planning.
A hip replacement video including early detection and prevention of the
disease was also shared during the workshop. In the midst of the sharing,
the group participated in some on-the-spot
simple stretching exercises and enjoyable
quizzes as well. The session was indeed an
eye opener and we were delighted to bring
home a goodie bag with compliments from
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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
01 02 03
Taiji 42 Movements
Hatha Yoga for
Health - Ladies
Hatha Yoga for
Health - Ladies
Hatha Yoga for
18th Annual Golf
HARI RAYA HAJI
18 19 20
22 23 24
(Latin Cha Cha)
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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
05 06 07
Hatha Yoga for
Health - Ladies
Hatha Yoga for
Health - Ladies
Hatha Yoga for
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Crafty X’mas Party
Christmas Golf Bash
22 23 24
29 30 31
New Year’s Eve
Legend : Lifestyle Events
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in a bid to reduce paper printing and moving towards a paperless environment.