A farewell lunch, couple of days ago. We dined at an Indian restaurant, next to the Singapore River. Delicious buffet. And we chatted, on the topic of parenthood. With no real experience from my end, I often find the topic far and distant. Maybe my mind was preoccupied with the drafting of this blog entry. That… Continue reading We’ll Vote for Earth Hour, And You?
By now, you must have read 101 ways on how to cut back on this and that to save $$. But do we have to go down that path? All we need are some workable innovative ideas. Something sustainable, something … fun. What triggered my thought is probably this. I have done what I can comfortably do… Continue reading Comic Relief – 5 Ways to Beat Electricity Price Hikes (And You Don’t Have to Sweat About It)
Early this month, I mentioned that Singapore needs more good news. Today, Team Singapore delivers us a silver medal. I don’t know how my fellow citizens feel. I am ecstatic. And in my state of ecstasy, two questions still linger on my mind: What does ‘Singapore will at least get a silver medal’ mean? And how… Continue reading Singapore Won A Medal, I am Ecstatic
OK. It’s the first time in my life seeing a Singapore flag sticking up from someone’s head. Cynthia couldn’t resist to take a picture; I can’t resist not to share. One great thing about having your website is that you can almost trace back on what you’ve done the same day last year, the year… Continue reading Singapore Needs More Good News, Perhaps? Happy National Day, and Others
All along, I thought I belonged to the Yio Chu Kang Single Member Constituency (YCK SMC) because I am closer to YCK MRT (Mass Railway Transit) than anywhere else. I took my “On Government Service” voting card to Andersen Primary School at late afternoon (voting time was from 8am to 8pm) and surprisingly it was… Continue reading Singapore General Election 2006