Friday, 26 December 2014

Remember Singapore 80s; Price of Cigarettes 1987-2012

Why Quit Smoking? 


Source: http://tobaccotax.seatca.org/country/singapore

While searching for the Price of Cigarettes in the 80s, I chanced this blog "Remember Singapore".  

It’s so nostalgic! 

Below are articles showing all the beautiful things I love in the 80s. 
How Singapore had changed! 

Do you miss what we use to have? 


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