My Memories of Singapore
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My Memories of Singapore

by Mitsuru Ito
(Tokyo, Japan)

Although I have never been to Singapore, I have eaten Malaysian curry. I ate Malaysian curry for the first time when I was fifteen years old. In my hometown, there is a tearoom named "Pansy."

I used to go to Pansy with my family or my friends because my friend's mother worked there. Pansy had many dishes. It was Malaysian curry that was the most popular dish there.

There was chicken and vegetables in Pansy's Malaysian curry. It had a characteristic smell and was so spicy. I don't know the name of the spice contained in Malaysian curry, but it was so delicious.

I hope I can eat Pansy's Malaysian curry. But, sadly, Pansy closed its shutters. My wish won't come true anymore.

Therefore, one day I want to go to Malaysia to eat genuine Malaysian curry.

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