Today was the second day of 2017. I was at the Keppel Harbourfront (behind VivoCity) with my wife spending a relax cooling stroll this morning and enjoying the beautiful harbour view. Advertisements
I snapped this photo in my recent first one-day trip to Macau via Hong Kong. I must say Christmas has nothing to do with Santa Claus. Christmas is the time to think of Jesus Christ as a baby in a manger. For unto us a child is born, unto us […]
Praise the Lord! My wife and myself first visited Hainan Island (海南岛) in 2009 after the death of my mother. Since then we had traveled back to our ancestor home in Wenchang (文昌) at least once every year. There is a Chinese phrase in Hainan Island that goes like this… […]
A friend shared the below with me. — Do you exercise this way to slim down? We ‘Jump‘ to conclusions. We ‘Throw‘ our weight around. We ‘Twist‘ the truth. We ‘Stretch‘ the lies. We ‘Bend‘ the rules. We ‘Push‘ our luck. We ‘Lift‘ our egos. We ‘Run‘ from tough situations. […]
A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song! – Maya Angelou This Crimson Sunbird was singing happily at MacRitchie Reservoir.
Dreams comes true. Don’t try so hard. The best things come when you least expect them to. – Unknown
Joseph Schooling won Singapore first Olympic Gold in the history of Olympic. Wow, he won this 100m Butterfly in a new Olympic record. Congratulation. You made Singapore proud today!
Fugu is the Japanese word for pufferfish and the dish prepared from it. The tiger blowfish (torafugu) is the most prestigious edible species and the most poisonous. The restaurant preparation of fugu is strictly controlled by law in Japan, and only chefs who have qualified after three or more years […]
While shopping with my wife in Ikebukuro, Toyko this morning, we spotted Pikachu performing in Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo on the second floor of Sunshine City. Below were some photographs I took inside the center.
Clione is known as ‘sea angel’. Their wing-like flapping foot enable them to swim. They are shellfish but they have lost their shells over the course of evolution. This adaptation explains the scientific name ‘gymnosomata’ derived from Greek gymnos ‘naked’ and soma ‘body’. These sea angels were on display […]