May 30, 2009
In order of the vote counts, from the highest to the lowest to date (27 May 2009): 1. Mas Selamat Kastari’s Escape 2. Dawn Yang vs Xiaxue 3. Singapore Flyer Breakdown 4. Lee Bee Wah and the 2008 Olympics, Singapore Table Tennis Team 5. ACJC Birthday Hazing Incident
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "LOL~ Lee Bee Wah is number 4. With the current turn of event, she should be on her way to number 1 by the end of the polling?"
December 20, 2008
It’s been an eventful year. But that’s like saying lots of “stuff’ happens in life. The question is how have the years events affected Singaporeans and which ones are likely to have an echoing effect in the realms of politics, culture and economics?
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "A roundup of 2008 as it draws to a close."
August 16, 2008
While most Singaporeans are probably happy about Singapore's upcoming medal in the Olympics that will end a drought in the Olympic medals..
Here is what 'our very own' Table Tennis super star shared on China National TV her thoughts and views!
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Lee Jiawei reveals her true inner thoughts and say that she is from Beijing, proud to be chinese and wants to win a medal on her homeground, her territory during the Olympics 2008.
Why no mention of Singapore at all?"
August 11, 2008
Our national flag bearer, Li Jiawei, did so at the Olympics 2008... with the National Flag touching the floor on the eve of Singapore's 43rd National Day!..
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "How can this happen especially when she claimed to be proud of the country?
Look at the New Zealand flag flying upright behind the SG contigent!"
July 26, 2008
June 29, 2008
Wet Calamari said:
Getting in at the start of the day was not easy. Not only were there no signs indicating which of the many queues to join, there were no instructions on what to do at all. People who appeared were expected to fill up a form and join the normal queue, while those who preregistered online were supposed to join another long queue, get their passport, and then queue up AGAIN to get into the hall. I heard many many angry people at the counters asking what was the point of preregistering when people were just running into the hall when security was not looking. Anyway at the end of the day I heard the whole registration thing was dropped. So much for pre-event planning.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Singapore's first big toy con!"
January 01, 2008
For the benefit of those who did not manage to make it and those who had purportedly shunned the event to avoid crowd, we recorded the entire fireworks display to share with everyone.
Recommended by alvinism: "Happy new year everyone! Just thought it will be nice to share the fireworks video with those who weren't there to experience LIVE. :)"