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Posted on November 3, by Remember Singapore The era of the eighties is a favourite for many, including me. Life seemed to be a little slower, a little less stressful and perhaps also a little boring since there were no internet, iPhone, Facebook and cable TV.
Catching guppies at the longkangs, playing hide and seeks, challenging spiders in matchboxes… What were your favourite memories of childhood?
This extensive list of items that I have compiled can be representative of a Singapore lifestyle in the eighties. There are certainly many more things which remind us of the past, but I shall keep it to a hundred items.
The list is not in any order, and may be slightly biased due to the memories of my childhood and student times. Back in the eighties, the varieties of chips and chocolate might not be as many as there are today, but it was enough for students to save up some of their allowances to buy their favourite snacks at the small provision shops or mama stalls in the neighbourhood.
Kinos Snacks We all love the simple snacks and titbits from Kinos, a Malaysian snack manufacturing company established way back in Kaka, Tora and Ding Dang were the most popular choices, not to mention the jelly cups with various flavours too.
Oh yes, these Kinos snacks can still be found in the supermarkets today. One sng bao ice popor one satay stick, or one bubblegum.
Able to be snapped into two sections, the sng bao was ideal after a game of football. They came with cartoon designs in the wrappings too.
Hiro Chocolate Cake Soft, puffy and chocolaty, this is definitely one of the favourite snacks of the students in the eighties. They have another flavour in strawberry too. Kinos was the Malaysia supplier for Hiro Chocolate Cake.
And they came with different types of colours too. Producing a large variety of biscuits in different flavours packed in their symbolic rectangular tin boxes, it recorded high sales in Singapore and Malaysia from the sixties to eighties.
Inafter decades of expansion, it was sold to a Malaysian businessman called Lim Geok Chan. White Rabbit Creamy Candy Developed in Shanghai as early aseach white, chewy candy is wrapped in a thin edible film made of sticky rice. Its popularity here declined after the nineties, and was almost banned after being hit by the melamine contamination scandal in China in Never mind the sugar content, they were perfect for the hot weather.
The various colourful bottle caps were neat collectibles, while the orange juice was a must-have item in Chinese weddings. Available in Singapore and Malaysia since the seventies, the design and taste have changed very little till today.
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