I'm now in Yale majoring in English lit, so I feel rather out of touch with what's happening in Singapore. Proof positive: I didn't realise how traumatic the haze is for everyone at home! But I did know about the other pall over my sunny homeland -- the prelims and other exams. Good luck, all of you enduring either! Try not to burn out too early.
Some presents I've created to honour the occasion:
The contents of this site are based on the 'A' and 'S' level compulsory texts that my juniors are doing. Comments are always welcome. And your essays, too! I positively hunger for contemporary work. :-)
So, shall I mail you when there are new essays?
Chao Mugger owes a lot to many people. My heartfelt thanks are due to all contributors to this site. My brother Yi-Sheng and Siew Lian especially have collected lots of essays and links for me, and my ex-teacher Mr Mike Evans is now actively involved too. This site would not be possible without their support.
Which site is closer to you?
I recommend the Singapore site for now, because I'm using the Yale site as a testbed for style sheets and dynamic fonts. A veritable minefield for unwary browsers.
Which text are you mugging?
Care to visit me and some friends?
Your comments are always welcome.