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hello chootin, why don't you register at Taiping Talk and make a few posts for us to read Smile
Photo Details: "An email from Chootin Goodman" by kayes - Posted Date: February 22, 2017 - Rating: n/a

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Carmen, by the way, you need to login first before you can make any post.
Photo Details: "an email from Carmen Smith" by kayes - Posted Date: February 25, 2017 - Rating: n/a

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hi Carmen, I sent you an email a few minutes ago. After that I made a "test registration" and everything works in the software's registration system. Please try again to post something. It can be a test post ..... I don't mind Smile We will get to the bottom of this Smile
Photo Details: "an email from Carmen Smith" by kayes - Posted Date: February 25, 2017 - Rating: n/a

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A message from Jamil Ahmad:-


"Hi Kayes,
just to add info. I was brought up 1959-1968 around the railway yards. My late father used to be the station master around that time. Those were the best childhood years. I used to mix with children of all races and we were the best of friends. 1968 my father retired and we moved to Aulong New Village."


This same message can be read at the Message Board.
Photo Details: "Railway Station" by kayes - Posted Date: March 26, 2009 - Rating: n/a

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hi all, can anyone identify where this pic was taken in Taiping? Your help is much appreciated Smile
Photo Details: "where and who?" by kayes - Posted Date: March 31, 2009 - Rating: n/a

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A bit of history from Gadzy who was formerly with the British Army stationed in Klian Pau, Taiping.


"It was Saturday in the late months of 1961, When the traffic came to a standstill in Taiping as thousands of Taiping's inhabitants jammed the roads around the Padang to officially say farewell to the 28th Independent Commonwealth Infantry Brigade Group. The Group was moving from Taiping , south to Malacca as part of the redeployment of the overseas land forces.


The farewell was the biggest Military parade ceremony ever seen in Taiping with more than 1,200 troops plus the massed bands of the 1st Royal Australian Regiment, 2nd New Zealand Regiment, and the 1st Battalion the 3rd East Anglian Regiment taking part. In the bright sunshine the Sultan of Perak accompanied by the Brigade Commander Brig. F. G. Hasset took the salute and inspected the Parade. Then came a Flypast by six Austers of 7 Recce Flight who were based at Kamunting , and a 21 gun salute fired by men of the 26th Field Regiment RA.


After the parade the Brigades big guns were displayed, in the Lake gardens the Sultan and Brigadier Hassett toured the stands, inspecting the field guns, infantry weapons and signal equipment and watched the Royal Engineers float huge army rafts on the lake. and demonstrations by 2 infantry workshops REME. The hundreds of children swarming around the displays were treated to sweets and drinks by the Army Catering Corps. In his farewell address , Brig. Hassett said “we have enjoyed our stay immensely and we take with us Happy memories of Peraks generous and friendly people. Your kindness shall remain a memory with us for years to come .”


The Brigade came to Taiping in June 1957 from Penang and played a major role in Anti-terrorist operations. Raised originally for the Korean War. and was reformed in 1955 to assist in the Malayan Emergency.


So here we are 47 years later, and the memories still carry a very fond place in our hearts for Taiping and its people. And thanks to Kayes we have the wonderful opportunity to keep alive our contact with Taiping and its History. So come on everybody join in the fun get posting your stories and comments and spread a little happiness around."
Photo Details: "MPT building & Town Padang" by kayes - Posted Date: March 26, 2009 - Rating: n/a

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hello Christina, I know it is a long time but let me welcome you to Taiping Talk Smile I don't know how I missed this post of yours but I just read it for the first time! I think the fare is now about MYR22.
Photo Details: "Railway Station" by kayes - Posted Date: March 26, 2009 - Rating: n/a

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And here is a copy of the letter from the author of the book to me.


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Photo Details: "Taiping - Life & Soul" by kayes - Posted Date: July 20, 2008 - Rating: n/a

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Do you know that the book, "Taiping: Life & Soul" acknowledges TaipingTalk.com as a source of historical as well as current facts? We are indeed honoured Smile


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Photo Details: "Taiping - Life & Soul" by kayes - Posted Date: July 20, 2008 - Rating: n/a

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Here's how Taiping Talk looks on an iPhone 6 Plus. Glad that the formatting is holding up Smile


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Photo Details: "Taiping Talk as seen on the iPod touch" by kayes - Posted Date: August 19, 2008 - Rating: n/a



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