The mystery of the vanishing pocket money

Someone’s stealing pocket money in school. Either that or Pangzi is lying about his missing pocket money. Maybe he’s not lying. Just extremely bad at managing cash. You see, being the generous father that I am, I give Pangzi a wad of notes to bring to school every day. With pocket money comes greater choice. …

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Preview of Korean non-verbal show: Nanta Singapore

“Daddy, I know what I want to be when I grow up,” Pangzi declared. “Thought I’ve already decided that you’ll be an architect?” I kindly reminded him. “But I want to be a chef!” he protested. That would be a calamity. Usually I’d say something like: “Chef your head!” But I thought of Nanta Singapore …

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Preview of Act 3i Festival: The Steadfast Tin Soldier

When Pangzi was small, someone gave him a book on The Steadfast Tin Soldier. That proved to be the worst gift he’d ever received, as far as I’m concerned. “Daddy, can you read me the Tin Soldier story?” he said before bedtime. “Again?” That was, like, the 333rd time. “Aren’t you bored with it after …

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If bread can talk 如果面包会说话

想象一下,你需要新鲜的面包( bread )当明天的早餐给孩子。自己懒得下去买,让孩子夜晚一个人去便利店恐怕被人告。。。 这种时候,其实是教育孩子自食其力的最佳时刻。如果要新鲜的面包,得自己去争取。

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Preview of Sculpture Carnival: Once Upon A Time

I find the theme to the upcoming Sculpture Carnival very useful when being asked questions that I can’t answer easily. “Daddy, why are we here at Fork Canning?” Pangzi asked. “Oh, because this is where a special Sculpture Carnival is going to take place. Guess what, we’ve been invited. And please, it’s not Fork Canning. …

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