October 13, 2009
Cheng Ding An said:
If you knew Dollah Kassim, maybe you would know what a gracious, soft spoken, big hearted man he was.
If you knew Dollah Kassim, maybe you would have known an entire generation of legendary
footballers who fought and won something simply astounding, but are now lost and forgotten
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "A moving tribute to Singapore football legend, Dollah Kassim, written by the Kallang Roar movie director, Cheng Ding An who had the honour to work with him for his movie."
August 26, 2008
December 10, 2007
What rubbish is that? You jolly well know that everyone is looking forward to use your products and yet you chose to delay the launch (iPhone was launched in US in June this year and last month in Europe). To make it worse, you are sending your 'Imperial Storm-Troopers' to sniff out all the 'rebellions' sellers in Singapore. This is way too much! I mean why must the ang mos enjoy the best things of your products before they slowly make their way to us Asians! Are we your secondary consumers? Since you don't treasure our maket, what rights do you have to stop others from selling them who dying to own them. Now, you are impending the free market forces of distributing the goods and service to your consumers outside US.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "It is silly for Apple fans to wait for iPhone. Asians market are not treasured by Apple. Selling iPhones to fellow eager Singaporeans before the launch is considered illegal!!??"
June 10, 2007
Agent-x watched an episode of the UK version of The Apprentice and he took screen shots of the segment that showed some of the contestants trying out the Osim iGallop.
however, there is some unflattering publicity about singapore's products and osim in the episode 3 weeks ago...i managed to capture them in the repeat telecast last week.
look at the subtitles of the tv screen to see what i mean...
March 18, 2006
The dirt road continued for almost 20 minutes. At the end, the glow of fluorescent lights illuminated the surroundings. We were surrounded by mangroves and fishing ponds. The compound known as Telok Su, was a commercial recreational fishing ground. For about S$35 - S$80, you can park yourself at the fishing pond to catch some great fish. You could also get to BBQ them if you got the tools.
Recommended by gecko: "Interesting coverage of what the North offers us."
July 02, 2005
albert tanutama talks about an event that featured Sim Wong Hoo, a guy named Howard from a TV show "Eye for a Guy 2", and some guy named Bill Gates:
The day that I’ve been looking forward to was finally arrived - this afternoon, I attended Microsoft’s Bill Gates Live! event at Suntec. It was really, really cool to see person who has made so much impact in the world - in person. live. there on the stage :D