Thanks to fellow Friend of Yesterday, Ivan Chew, Good Morning Yesterday and Lao Kok Kok's Times of My Life have become compulsory reading for some students at the University of San Francisco. Ivan has been invited to speak at the university's Digital Literary Cource.
Thank you Ivan for helping to put our tiny red dot on the world map. Be sure to tell them that GMY has not only helped to bridge the generation gap in Singapore, but also the cultural gap that existed a few decades ago between baby-boomer Britons and Singaporeans.
In fact, it was through GMY that two young Scotsmen who served in the First Queens Own Highlanders at Selarang Barracks in the early 60's, Tom Brown and Terry McGinnie became re-connected. Below are some photos I received from Terry. But he did not give any explanations to go with the photos; so maybe he or Tom can elaborate later in the comments section.
Ideas@Work: Tapping Employee Ideas for higher Productivity - My book on Staff Suggestions Systems Ideas@Work: Tapping Employee Ideas for Higher Productivity (165 pages, 6” x 9”, perfect bound) is now available in Sin...