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Hi, name's Dominic and i'm from Singapore. Been lurking on this site for awhile now. I lurk on other tattoo forums as well, this one seems to be my favorite though. I have two tattoos currently in b/w. The word family across my chest and a day of the dead girl on sternum down to my diaphragm. Unfortunately, the words across my chest was not done as well as it should've however i've learned my mistake and i've been going to a different artist. I will be starting my sleeve end of this month, will hopefully post up pictures along the way and share my experience, though most of you are already heavily tattooed. Here's the link of the artist who is going to do my sleeve if any of you are interested. thINK Tattoo

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Hi Alex and welcome to the forum! Look forward to your tattoo and non-tattoo related contributions. I've been wanting to go to Singapore for quite a while now so would love to learn more about the culture there!

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Thanks for the compliment on the site in comparison to the other tattoo forums as it could not be what it is without our fellow LSTers so welcome to the team! I tried the link to the site but it wouldn't let me get to galleries? Look forward to your post and thanks again for joining.............

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Thanks for welcoming me with open arms. Barbie, I'm not a very big fan of Singapore myself however from a tourist point of view. Singapore is a great place to visit especially when you visit during festive occasions such as Chinese new year. The food here is to die for as well. You get to experience many different cultures as well as we have a multiple ethnic society.

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I have recently discovered and had the opportunity to experience the traditional chinese wedding of twelve course, mmmmm, on several occasions. And almost even better the wedding party has to move around and entertain while as guest you sit and stuff your face. Is this an American Chinese thing or Chinese culture as a whole?

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Yes traditional Chinese weddings are usually like that. The wedding party will go around to all the tables starting from the relatives than to friends. They will give a toast to each and every table. While doing that everyone at the table will scream "yum seng" as loud as they can. The food served at Chinese weddings are really tasty as well. Dishes such as sharks fin and chili crab. If any of you visit Singapore the first thing you want to get a taste of is the food.

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