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Self-Promotion: New T-Shirts celebrating the Hibiscus and the Vanda Miss Joaquim

The Hibiscus Collection:

This design features a new interpretation of the Hibiscus that flowers in sunny Singapore, and many species are on show in the famed Botanic Gardens and the Gardens by the Bay.

While visitors marvel at the beauty and glamour of orchids grown here, it is the native Hibiscus that occupies a special pride of place in local culture as the “Bunga Raya” or “Flower of Celebration”.

Available in different styles and colours.

Check it out here.

© Tan Choon Hong 2017. All rights reserved.

Image © zazzle.com




The Vanda Miss Joaquim Collection:


This design is inspired by Singapore’s national flower – the Vanda Miss Joaquim, a hybrid orchid crossbred by Singapore-born Armenian horticulturist Agnes Joaquim in the 1800s. 

Available in different styles and colours.

Check it out here.

© Tan Choon Hong 2017. All rights reserved.

Image © Zazzle.com


SELF PROMOTION: Singapore "Chai Tau Kueh" T-Shirt

Singapore Street Food Series

It is the breakfast of champions in Singapore, especially relished by our gold medal champ. Locals and visitors alike queue for the best Chai Tau Kueh in town. They wolf down plates of this savoury ‘carrot’ cake fried with eggs, seasoned with garlic and sweet black sauce, and garnished with spring onion. Let all the world know you too love it with this stylish T.

© Tan Choon Hong 2016. All rights reserved.

Singapore Chai Tau Kueh - Light Fabric T-shirt
Singapore Chai Tau Kueh - Light Fabric T-shirt by virtuocity
Design a unique photo shirt online at Zazzle.

“Free My Internet” Rally


Circle wagons! It’s time to defend the internet from the those who would control it for their own ends. Be at the “Free My Internet” Rally. Be seen, be heard, be there!

Sat 8 June 2013
4.00 pm – 7.00 pm
Hong Lim Park