I’ve previously mentioned the amazing linguistic hodgepodge of English, Malay, Hokkien, and whatever the cat brought in that serves as the lingua franca of Singapore (despite government disapproval) and is known as Singlish (excellent Wikipedia entry here—thanks, John!), but I wanted to pass along the Coxford Singlish Dictionary, which should help explicate any passages you may run into online or off. Sample entry:
KING (Contributed by Adrian Eng)
Someone who’s an extremely good example of something. Often used together with other adjectives to describe a person who’s superlative at something, usually unsavoury.
1. “Eh, you want to contest Tanjong Pagar in the General Election, ah? Damn king, ah, you!”
2. “Wah piang, that guy is sotong king man… small thing also can cock up!”
3. “That bobo king… target so big also he cannot kena!”
4. “Every PE lesson only, he got MC. Damn keng king!”