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War Years Post War Years, 1942 1945 1945 1965, The Kind Soldier 05 08 I Survived Till Today 43 44. By Rochelle Lee Ruo Xuan Primary 5 Ixora By Chua Yu Xuan Amelia Primary 5 Hibiscus. Apapa 09 10 Rescuing My Father 45 47, By Leanndra Anisha Arakkal Primary 5 Lily By Aw Yeting Primary 5 Hibiscus. Importance Of Food Rationing 11 12 Adventure Through Time 48 49. By Keya Niranjan Kaulagekar Primary 5 Ixora By Isabelle Chan Cheng Mun Primary 5 Daisy. In The Days Of A Young Boy 13 14 True Friendship 50 54. By Joan Tan Ting Li Primary 5 Ixora By Liew Shu Mei Jacynthe Primary 5 Hibiscus. Magical Graveyard 15 19 The Garang Guni Man 55 58, By Tan Hui Lin Jamie Primary 5 Lily By Fan Lok Yin Dion Primary 5 Hibscus. Granma As A Girl 20 22 The Cabinet 59 61, By Keira Low Wei Qi Primary 5 Hibiscus By Malaeka Samir Primary 5 Daisy. The Wardrobe 23 25 62, By Erica Loh E Wen Primary 5 Hibiscus By Pan YunHui Primary 6 Cherry.
Kidnapped in the Kampong 26 27 My Memories 63, By Leanne Soh Li En Primary 5 Daisy By Nabilah Khairani Binte Mohd Nasir Primary 6 Acacia. The Mysterious Kampung 28 29 Bukit Ho Swee Fire 64. By Sofie Althea Salamat Gonzales Primary 5 Lily By S Janani Primary 6 Angsana. Mystery at Changi Beach 30 31 Kampong vs HDB 65, By Prabhleen Kaur D O Gurmeet Singh By Manasarow Gunasekaran Primary 6 Angsana. Primary 5 Ixora, Lost In Time 32 34, By Jocelyn Jonathan Primary 5 Hibiscus. Accidental Time traveller 35 37, By Jynice Chua Min Xuan Primary 5 Hibiscus. Kidnap In The Cemetery 38 40, By Zoe Kwah Primary 5 Daisy.
By Christy To Sum Yuet Primary 6 Angsana, Singapura 42. By Shreeram Akshaya Primary 5 Lily, A Growing Nation. An Alien Landing In The Playground 66 69 122, By Chow Yin Yin Megan Primary 5 Hibiscus By XiaoChuan ShuQing Primary 6 Acacia. Ahhh Spirits 70 74 123, By Feodora Lee Yu Tian Primary 5 Hibiscus By Tan Yi Xuan Primary 6 Angsana. Bukit Ho Swee Fire 75 76 124, By Shanice Chin Shuen Nee Primary 5 Hibiscus By Cheong Wan Qin Primary 6 Cherry.
A Robbery in The Playground 77 79 Mama Shop 125, By Marielle Ang Primary 5 Hibiscus By Nur Ilyana Insyirah Binte Abdullah. Primary 6 Jacaranda, SEA Games 80 83 Our Past Our Future 126. By Chionh Yee Ting Primary 5 Hibiscus By Nuzha Sufie Achary Primary 6 Cherry. A Bombing at the Singapore River 84 86 Golden Era 127 128. By Natasha Lye Shi Ling Primary 5 Hibiscus By Nuryl Nuha Wafeeqa Binte Abdul Jaleel. Primary 6 Acacia, The Adventures of Xi Yoo and 87 89. Hon Sheng The Garang Guni Man Transport System in the 70s 129. By Lim Qian Ru Clarabelle Primary 5 Daisy By Carissa Metta Fernandez Primary 6 Angsana. Future 90 91 Racial Harmony in the 70s 130, By Deborah Ann Ng Fong Ling Primary 5 Lily By Sivaramalingam Jayashree Primary 6 Cherry. Into the Unexpected Future 92 95 Unity Leads to Success 131. By Hannah Low Si En Primary 5 Daisy By Subhadhra Manikandan Primary 6 Angsana. Adventures In The Past 96 99, By Leng Hoe Yoke Jade Primary 5 Hibiscus.
A Gripping Murder 100 101, By Rachelle Lauren Chung Shi Qi Primary 5 Hibiscus. Dwindling Chee 102 106, By Alexandra Zagriatski Primary 5 Daisy. Mystery in a Kampong 107 110, By Cheyanne Goh Primary 5 Daisy. Saving Botanic Gardens 111 113, By Teo Mou Qi Primary 5 Hibiscus. The Stolen Recipe 114 118, By Felicia Teh Pei Yi Primary 5 Hibiscus.
The Arson 119 121, By Nicole Teng Ting Ying Primary 5 Hibiscus. All rights reserved by the respective authors of the stories No part of this book may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical. photocopying recording and or otherwise without the prior written permission of CHIJ Kellock and the author s. Pioneers of, Devan Nair 132, By Aswini Senthil Kumar Primary 5 Ixora. Gan Eng Seng 133, By Salunkhe Aarushi Sameer Primary 5 Hibiscus. Grace Woon and Trista Siew Primary 4 Allamanda, Goh Keng Swee 134. By Keya Niranjan Kaulagekar Primary 5 Ixora, Sarah Chan Primary 4 Congea.
Joseph Yubaraj Manuel Pillay 135, By Amelia Chua Primary 5 Hibiscus. Lee Kuan Yew 136, By Mrs Joy Zhang, Sinnathamby Rajaratnam 137. By Amy Koh Primary 5 Daisy, Mahendran Krisha Primary 5 Lily. Sonia Menon Primary 4 Clematis, Tan Kah Kee 138, By Joan Tan Primary 5 Ixora. Tan Tock Seng 139, By Rochelle Lee Primary 5 Ixora.
Jacia Lee Min Yu Primary 4 Clematis, Wee Kim Wee 140. By Dion Fan Primary 5 Hibiscus, Yusok bin Ishak 141. By Leanne Soh Primary 5 Daisy, Zubir Said 142, By Suzanna Chan Primary 5 Daisy. T he Kind Soldier, I ran around the streets happily dressed simply in white singlet and frayed War Years. navy green shorts The pavements were completely deserted and extremely filthy 1942 1945. but I did not mind as it was the first time I was able to run around again after what. seemed like a long time to me Ma had kept my younger brother Zi Yan and me in. our attap hut for so long I longed to go outside and play with my friends again. but she forbade me from going out ever since the Japanese invaded our country. and the British surrendered, Feeling bored I decided to go out and play I managed to sneak out.
while Ma was in the garden picking sweet potatoes and yam and Zi Yan. was asleep It was all we ate these days steamed yam and sweet potato. porridge I didn t particularly like the bland watery porridge but I still gobbled. it down to satisfy my growling stomach We were always running low on food. and needed to keep growing sweet potato and yam to sustain ourselves. When I asked Ma why we couldn t have things like rice meat and vegetables. for our meals anymore and why all we had were sweet potatoes and yam to eat. she always replied Girl ah You must know The evil Japanese soldiers ruling. our country give us barely enough rice each month The authorities encourage us By Rochelle Lee Ruo Xuan. to grow our own sweet potato and yam That is all we have to eat because they Primary 5 Ixora. cut back on the amount of resources given to the population and the lion s share. is given to the Japanese, Suddenly I saw a troupe of Japanese soldiers in navy green uniform. marching my way Ignoring their presence I continued to run and skip happily 15th Feb 1942. about the dirty streets humming my favourite tune merrily when. Singapore Falls To The, You Bakka The head of the troop shoved me roughly Why are you speaking Japanese. English You should be respecting us and speaking Japanese He yelled furiously. I shook so violently and my eyes widened in immense horror B but. why c can t I s speak E english I stammered As soon as I said those words. I instantly regretted it when the troop of soldiers glared menacingly at me. But that was my real opinion Since Japan took over Singapore I had to learn. Japanese in school and we had to sing the Japanese anthem every morning I. didn t understand why those rules had to be set Why did we have to speak Japan s. national language and not ours Just because Japan ruled Singapore now. What You better bow and apologise to Officer Ishikuro right now the. soldiers threatened me with his boynet pointing right in my face. I was about to make a run for it when a young soldier with a name tag. that read Yoshihiro Osaka on his navy green uniform stepped forward Let her. off She s still young she doesn t know why people must speak Japanese. The soldiers stood there for a few moments then the head of the troop gave. a curt nod and they marched off down the street Only then did I notice the Japanese. soldier who saved me Yoshihiro Osaka remained He knelt down and looked me. straight in the eye, Child you must bow to the Japanese and respect them do you understand. he spoke in Japanese then explaining further in English Then Osaka looked at. me from head to toe You look very malnourished What have you been. eating these few weeks, I didn t say anything First of all my mother had told me not to talk to War Years. strangers and secondly I had no idea what to say 1942 1945. I I m Zi Qing Lim Zi Qing I ve been eating sweet potato porridge and. steamed yam I finally managed to stammer I ve been so hungry for many days. He began to rummage through his bag but then we heard the threatening. voice of the leader of the troupe Yoshihiro Osaka Ikkimasuka Translated Are. you coming Yoshihiro Osaka, Hai Yoshihiro called out He handed me a pack of cigarettes Here Back.
at the soldier campsite we have plenty of them By selling this you should be. able to have a good meal for a week or so Zi Qing, I was left speechless Thank you I said gratefully. Giving me a friendly smile Yoshihiro stood up and left to join the troop of. soldiers down the street I thought So the Japanese aren t as evil as I thought they. Looking down at the pack of cigarettes in my hand I wasn t sure what to do. with them Although I was grateful to Yoshihiro for saving me from the troupe and. giving them to me I had no idea how Ma Zi Yan and I would have a. good meal from this tiny box, Maybe Ma knew what to do I decided to go home in fear of meeting more. Japanese soldiers As I meandered down the streets I heard a ringing of a bell. Produce and other foods for sale Come Come A man yelled He. pushed a cart laden with bags of food My stomach growled as I looked longingly. at the mound of produce laid out yet knowing I couldn t afford them. When the seller spotted me he immediately rushed towards me Would you. like anything Salted fish Dried chili Canned meat, I I can t I don t have any money I answered. You have those cigarettes He gestured to the box I was holding. I can trade these for food I asked incredulously So that was why the. soldier I would get a good meal for about a week, Of course It s so rare in the market People would die for a stick The seller. said and handed me a thick brown bag Here a bag of produce and dried food. for your box of cigarettes, OK I agreed without hesitation and handed over the box I hurried home.
clutching onto the bag for dear life, Ma I shouted as I barged into our attap hut. Lim Zi Qing Ma scolded when she saw me run in Why did you go. out without my permission You could have been caught by the Japanese. Sorry Ma but look what I got I held up the bag, What is that Zi Qing She took the bag and emptied its contents on the. table There was a big sack filled with long plump unbroken grains rice which War Years. seemed to be able to last an entire lifetime to me I had never seen rice as beautiful 1942 1945. as that On top of that were canned meat poultry and vegetables There were even. salted fish a rarity in any household like ours because it was so expensive and. jars of five spice powder dried chili rock salt and other spices and flavourings. How did you get so much food Ma asked, A Japanese soldier gave me a pack of cigarettes and I traded them for. food I told her Now we can have a good meal tonight. A Japanese soldier Ma echoed suspiciously Why did he help you. He was very kind hearted Not only did he give me cigarettes to trade for. food but he saved me from being caught by the troop of soldiers I told her. So not all the Japanese might be as evil as you think Ma. But Ma simply said I will use some of the vegetables fish and rice for. dinner tonight and save the rest, That night we feasted on rice and steamed fish and piping hot vegetable. soup for dinner unlike our usual bowls of watery sweet potato porridge Zi Yan. stuffed his face with the food on the table happy to be able to eat vegetables. meat and fish again Looking at everyone at the table I was just grateful to. Yoshihiro for letting us have so much food to eat, About three days after I met Yoshihiro again I was wandering around the.
street this time with Ma s permission after her repeated warnings against talking. to strangers especially the Japanese soldiers I saw a crowd of people in the. middle of the street Curious I made my way over wondering what had happened. When I was close enough I caught a glimpse of a man on the. ground being beaten up by a group of Japanese soldiers He was covered. with blood and awful scars so deep that exposed his raw flesh This man. seemed vaguely familiar Where had I seen him before I thought He looked. like the soldier Yoshihiro who helped me a few days ago Could it be. I heard that this soldier Yoshihiro Osaka was beaten up because he. helped and gave a pack of cigarettes to a small child Officer Ishikuro told General. Nakamura and he ordered for him to be beaten up An onlooker commented to. I froze It really was him Yoshihiro Osaka was the soldier being beaten up. He knew he risked punishment and yet he still took that risk to help me This. single kind hearted soul amongst the Japanese soldiers nearly beaten to death. before my very eyes made my heart wrench, As I watched him cry out in pain as the soldiers continued beating him up. I felt like bursting into tears I couldn t believe he was being punished just for. helping a local It was so unjust of the soldiers to do so I only knew Yoshihiro s. name and nothing else but I felt so indignant for him as he had not done. anything wrong The soldier who was kind enough to spare my family and I some. food being unfairly punished for doing so If I could do something anything. Before I knew what I was doing I rushed forward yelling Stop Stop at. the top of my lungs, When the soldiers saw me they immediately threw down their weapons War Years. By Feodora Lee Yu Tian Primary 5 Hibiscus Bukit Ho Swee Fire By Shanice Chin Shuen Nee Primary 5 Hibiscus A Robbery in The Playground By Marielle Ang Primary 5 Hibiscus SEA Games By Chionh Yee Ting Primary 5 Hibiscus A Bombing at the Singapore River By Natasha Lye Shi Ling Primary 5 Hibiscus The Adventures of Xi Yoo and

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