January 13, 2009
Simply Jean said:
This event, although unfortunate, may bear a few lessons – not only for the politicians, but for us to learn. Notwithstanding the psychological status of the attacker, this goes to show that in desperate times, desperate measures may be deemed necessary to the ones who are suffering.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "The MP, Mr Seng Han Thong, was attacked not once, but twice by different people under his constituency in the last 3 years, including the recent one. Are Singaporeans losing it, or are politicians beginning to look so powerful that the failure of an appeal makes it look like they are refusing to do anything?"
January 29, 2008
Flickr user "Ping Timeout" has a photo of a car burning.
This was taken from my apartment, by my wife late afternoon about 4pm, at Stevens Road heading towards PIE. Not sure what car this is, but it's definitely ON FIRE!!. Owner/driver nowhere to be seen. Shot taken with camera phone. Interestingly no one bothered to stop or avoid site in both directions. NO FEAR.....
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. :)"
June 05, 2007
Town Council is helping- and has helped with cleaning.
Mr Palmer, the MP of our constituency will be coming down tomorrow- Mum wasn't feelin' too well today and re-scheduled the visit.
The electrician would come at 9AM tomorrow.
Cleaners would arrive around 12PM, if memory still serves me well.
Nice Jia Ru volunteered to help me from the morning. I owe her big-time for that.
I would have to call YJC tomorrow, and inform my CT.
Recommended by alvinism: "The boy's house caught fire - and he still found courage to blog about the incident to inform his friends and loved ones. Scroll down the blog entries to see photos of the damages the fire caused..."
July 27, 2005
Singaporean Cheah Chu Yeow has written a book on Firefox:
Chu Yeow is a software developer by day, a blogger by night, and a sometime freelance Web developer. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from the National University of Singapore. He keeps a well-read Mozilla-related blog titled redemption in a blog, where he posts the latest Mozilla-related news and Firefox tips, and reviews worthy extensions and random technical tidbits.
Chu Yeow has a blog which has been down for a long time. His last entry was posted a few months ago, so it looks like he has stopped blogging. His blog had a large readership (a few thousand unique daily vistors), mostly international Firefox fans.