Posts Tagged ‘singapore’

Happy Birthday Junyu!

In blog on June 24, 2009 at 12:00 pm

So the day started off quite well, I sat with Felcia and we talked about the plans we had for Junyu after school. Not only that, Felcia also consulted me many things about photography, edit this edit that, I feel like a real profess*****. Just kidding. Seriously.

After school, the birthday girl, Junyu plus Felicia, Angela, Sze Kee, Jolene and I went to somewhere near FC 1 for a little while while Sze Kee and Jolene did some little errands.

Then we cam-whored in the car for a while.

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In blog on June 6, 2009 at 12:45 am



An empty chain attached to it.
3 years old.





In blog on January 16, 2009 at 8:39 pm

My day started quite nicely. I didn’t overslept, I was just late deliberately because GEMS is so lame.

I was quite delighted to be in this situation:

Traffic Chaos. Proud to be the first person in the world to love traffic jams, for a day.

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SpamPost: Pizza

In blog on November 24, 2008 at 1:22 am

On monday, after school I went to Pizza Hut at bukit timah plaza with Angela. Well, not AFTER school, more like 2 hours later.

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MacBook Pro Is My Precious

In blog on November 16, 2008 at 4:15 am

Two to three weeks ago, I made one of the best decisions in my life, by saying yes to a MacBook Pro. I bought it from an authorized apple store in Funan the IT mall.

For the two to three weeks I’ve used the laptop for almost 24 hours, it was there when I did my homework, it was there when I did my projects, it was there while I was bored and it was there even when I slept.

Two to three weeks later, in other words now, there is no evidence of regret. I have to admit, Macintosh owns Microsoft hands down.I will elaborate later.

Out-Of-The-Box Boxing by Apple.

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That Package of Happiness

In blog on October 2, 2008 at 1:07 am

After that badminton session, when I was driving home, I knew I had something to look forward to. It was that sinful thing that I had paid big bucks for, but I know it’s going to be worth that every penny. The moment I reached home, I quickly ran all the way up the stairs and into my room, and hell, I saw that small little parcel with a white sticker on it. It’s here. Happiness filled my mind and especially the extra adrenaline that is pumped onto my veins to break open the parcel asap.

What’s inside? Games? A new handphone? Or that Oh Hush thingy?

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Mugging Sessions and the not so mugging sessions

In blog on August 13, 2008 at 11:08 pm

The week of mugging is upon us, people mugging like hell during breaks, lectures being quite empty and tutorials with almost half the class disappearing.

I know, 8 days without an update is a phenomenon indeed. Everyone’s asking for an update, so here is a slightly long but boring update. More words, less pictures. I guess there is not much people in a mood for photos. Due to mugging sessions, this post will take a few days to complete.

Due to mugging sessions, blog views have also decreased significantly. Being a Singaporean, transparency is something we should encourage. Here’s something very private but I still showcase!

Yes, all the way down!

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Singapore’s MRT is FAR from overcrowded.

In blog on April 25, 2008 at 12:17 pm

But I wonder if we will reach this state one day. Thank god I’ll be driving by then!

Motorsports to put Changi on fast track

In blog on October 17, 2007 at 10:28 pm

Multi-million-dollar circuit being planned will host all sorts of races except Formula One


(SINGAPORE) In time, they could be putting pedal to the metal and burning rubber in Changi.

Revving up: The project is expected to be offered to interested parties on a tender basis. Work is likely to begin early next year, and construction could take at least a year.
The government is expected to announce a plan soon for a new motorsports track in Changi.

The facility will host races by vehicles ranging from go-karts to touring cars, which are essentially souped-up saloons, as well as open-wheeled cars like those in the A1 Grand Prix. Anything, in fact, except Formula One cars.

This is because the Changi track is intended to be an ‘accessory circuit’, to complement the F1 race on a street circuit in the heart of the city already scheduled for next September.

‘It doesn’t make sense to build another circuit for F1,’ says a source. ‘This way, Singapore can have the best of both worlds.’

The project is intended to build on the huge interest in motorsports generated by Singapore’s first F1 race, which will be held on Sept 28 next year.

‘The aim is to have a facility that can sustain this interest all year round,’ adds the source. ‘It is a very good development for Singapore motorsports.’

The idea for a permanent circuit was believed to have been suggested by the Prime Minister’s Office. But because it involves motorsports, it will come under the purview of the Singapore Sports Council.

The project is expected to be offered to interested parties on a tender basis. Work is likely to begin early next year, and construction will take at least a year.

There has been some speculation about the location of the circuit and several sites in Changi have been identified, including Loyang and the former site of the Asian Aerospace show.

But Loyang is too close to residential areas while there are security considerations over the other location because of its proximity to the airport.

Instead, land beside the Singapore Air Show grounds, off Changi Coast Road, is said to be the likely spot for the circuit. There will be enough space for a track of up to 4 km, a pit building, garages and other facilities.

How it would probably work is as follows. The government would identify the site and release the land along with the required approvals, with private sector bidders invited to propose the infrastructure.

‘It is like an open-ended exercise and the best comparison is to the integrated resort – apart from the casino, the bidder can suggest what other buildings and attractions he thinks should accompany it,’ says an industry observer.

Because of this process, the maximum cost of the project is hard to predict. ‘It depends on how elaborate the final design will be,’ the source says.

But the race track alone will cost around $4 million, with construction costing about $1 million per kilometre. ‘Asphalt is expensive,’ the source says.

Last year, it was reported that JTC Corp was due to award a site along Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim, near the Tuas Checkpoint, for an $80 million race track. That proposal did not get the starting-flag, however.

State land on Tuas West Drive was nevertheless released earlier this year for Singapore’s first motocross track. The 25,000 sq m site will have a 1.7 km track as well as infrastructure such as a grandstand, cafe and shops. Work is expected to be completed early next year.

Source : SSC

Think you’re very big? THINK AGAIN!(picture of rotating Flyer)[Photo Intensive]

In blog on October 6, 2007 at 12:38 am

The Singapore Flyer standing at 165m, will be the world’s largest and tallest observation wheel(not Ferris wheel) when it completes in early 2008(although only for a few months).

The whole Singapore Flyer Structure will be 165m tall, the diameter of the wheel being 150m. The Singapore Flyer promises you an aerial view of the magnificent Singapore City Skyline and neighboring countries like Malaysia and Indonesia.

Excited? One ticket costs us only SGD$29.90 for adults, SGD$20.65 for childrens and SGD$23.60 for a 30minute ride. You are also able to book one whole capsule for your own event like birthday parties, meetings and even marriages for quite a huge price of around SGD$1000+. Unfortunately, from what I read from the newspapers and Channel News Asia, 1.5 million tickets had already been sold, so, the first few month’s out for us.

Click more to continue for more Singapore Flyer Pictures.

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