Today (3 July 2007) marks the first 10,000 visitors to my blog “Times Of My Life”. I didn’t expect my blog to draw such a good response when I first started blogging it since January 2007. I would like to thank all of you for your support and hope to have your continued support. I hope what I’ve blogged brings back some wonderful memories for all of you.

Thanks once again,

Laokokok

17 Responses to “First 10,000 visitors”


  1. 1 Damien Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 11:36 am

    Wonderful Blog,

    Thanks for bringing back good memories.

  2. 3 blackcadillac73 Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 5:19 pm

    Your blog brought a smile to my face as I saw some familiar things.

    Great work.

  3. 4 laokokok Monday, April 28, 2008 at 6:58 am

    Thanks Blackcadillac73 and welcome here.

  4. 5 nostalgina Saturday, December 27, 2008 at 11:11 pm

    Hi, I was also from bhts from 1975-1978. Which class were u in in 1975?

  5. 6 QuaChee Monday, April 27, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    find yr blog very interesting. quite a good picture of the olden days :)

  6. 7 laokokok Monday, April 27, 2009 at 2:26 pm

    Thank you QuaChee. Glad you like my blog.

  7. 8 Steve Leong Saturday, September 19, 2009 at 8:46 pm

    Hi . This is Steve. I came to know of your blog when I was seeking treatment at TTSH for my Trigger finger. I happened to pick up the papers that day and the words LauKokkok caught my eyes. Somewhere very deep in my mind I recalled this very familar term (I am a cantonese)and saw your winning blog. Today, I just try my luck to type in Laukokkok to check it out.(this Laukokkok term brings back lots of memories) Memories swept through me with just the first page, I can’t venture to the next before it overwhelms me. Just feel like relating to you after reading you mention other things young kids put in their books in the past. Just to share, besides feather and leaf, I put sweet wrapper. When the wrapper is really flat after being placed in books (forget the duration it spent in the books), it curls into a roll; can you image how amazed my young mind was! I remembered my specimem includes flowers which sometimes stain my books and my teacher did quite like it, so I gave up putting flower afterwards. I don’t know if the habit of putting stuff in books is the habit of our era because I don’t see my children doing it, maybe I failed in my responsibility to pass this “tradition” to them. There are lots of bitter sweet memories really. My 2 primary school kids finds my stories boring if I were to share with them. At times I also don’t like to sound like a pek who would chat incessantly on nostalgic past.
    Oh yes, Before I pen off,there is another word that I always hear when I was with my friends in those days and always use it. And still I find it hilarious besides Laukokkok,it is called Tualenggong, should be meaning big in hokkien.

  8. 9 laokokok Monday, September 21, 2009 at 8:32 am

    Hi Steve, hope your finger gets better after the treatment. Yes, now I remember Tualenggong. This is like you said, a common term used during our times.

  9. 10 Mr.Mix Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 6:04 am

    awesome just continue the hard and the good work dude (l)

  10. 12 Pepito Doyon Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    Hi . This is Steve. I came to know of your blog when I was seeking treatment at TTSH for my Trigger finger. I happened to pick up the papers that day and the words LauKokkok caught my eyes. Somewhere very deep in my mind I recalled this very familar term (I am a cantonese)and saw your winning blog. Today, I just try my luck to type in Laukokkok to check it out.(this Laukokkok term brings back lots of memories) Memories swept through me with just the first page, I can’t venture to the next before it overwhelms me. Just feel like relating to you after reading you mention other things young kids put in their books in the past. Just to share, besides feather and leaf, I put sweet wrapper. When the wrapper is really flat after being placed in books (forget the duration it spent in the books), it curls into a roll; can you image how amazed my young mind was! I remembered my specimem includes flowers which sometimes stain my books and my teacher did quite like it, so I gave up putting flower afterwards. I don’t know if the habit of putting stuff in books is the habit of our era because I don’t see my children doing it, maybe I failed in my responsibility to pass this “tradition” to them. There are lots of bitter sweet memories really. My 2 primary school kids finds my stories boring if I were to share with them. At times I also don’t like to sound like a pek who would chat incessantly on nostalgic past.Oh yes, Before I pen off,there is another word that I always hear when I was with my friends in those days and always use it. And still I find it hilarious besides Laukokkok,it is called Tualenggong, should be meaning big in hokkien.
    +1

  11. 13 laokokok Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 9:37 am

    Yes, the word Tualenggong was always used in the past. Thanks for sharing.

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