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?"
April 21, 2008
June 23, 2007
I recorded a talkshow vodcast yesterday with Singapore’s ‘blogfather’, Mr Brown; webmaster of Tomorrow.SG, James Seng; and Zaobao journalist, Run Tien.
I was the moderator for the discussion, and the motion was “Can Netizens talk cock on the Internet?”
Damn nervous lah… my first timing recording vodcast lor. Although I have done video production work before, I am usually the one BEHIND the camera, not the one ON CAMERA. Some more I was the most junior guy and was expected to ‘moderate’ the talk cock session by the expert talk cocksters!
Recommended by alvinism: "Join us to talk cock. :)"
March 26, 2007
The show, directed by the Pang brothers, was a typical Asian horror flick with 'Hollywood-ism' injected into it.
It is actually quite hard for me to remember the details now. That's how unmemorable the show was. Apparently, it's about how children can see things that adults cannot.
The only part that vaguely made an impression on me was when the mother realised that the little boy was staring at some empty corner, and she asked him what was there.
Recommended by alvinism: "Funny stuff! Especially the poster that was manipulated! "