NYE at Marina Bay Sands. // This was the first time I’ve ever properly celebrated New Year’s with fireworks. It required 2hours of sitting on the ground with no personal space, and waiting for the train with about 20 thousand other people. But I’m pretty stoked on some of the moments I got to capture. It was certainly an adventurous way to usher in the new year.
"In P6 there were only 6 kids in the class for my mother tongue. And only one of them passed and went to sec 1. That was me. I got into normal tech stream. But my brother laughed at me ‘cus he was already in poly and he said the normal tech students couldn’t study hard.
He made me so angry. I thought, ‘I’ll prove you wrong!’
After that I stopped studying at home - ‘cus it was hard to concentrate - and I started studying at the library. I really needed to buck up - especially my maths. Well the next year I was moved up to normal academic stream then the year after that, guess what? Express! That’s right. I’m proof that if you are determined you can do it. You just have to believe in yourself.”
"So do you thank your brother for pushing you to do better?"
"No way. He is still very annoying."
SINGAPORE, Singapore : A worker uses a lawn mover to cut bushes next to the financial district in Singapore on June 2, 2014. Some 20,000 delegates representing the government, industry, international organisations and academia are expected to attend the World Cities Summit (WCS), Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESS) taking place on June 1 to 5. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN
This image is taken in Singapore. These are rocks I shot by the beach after the rain. Lands are getting lesser and lesser and city planners are building more and more. Perhaps one day we will lose our view of natural lands and can only recall them by imagination.
2 Andrew Road by AD Lab Pte
There is a secret behind the curtain. Tan Nor Chai may be known for selling baked cuttlefish, but the genius is his invention.
"Sorry ah! No photos of the machine. We are worried that people may try to copy it."
Parents who find it tough to manage their kids at the airport send them down from the slide instead of walking down the airport floors.
Never knew Changi Airport had a giant slide. Perhaps we aren’t such a boring bunch of ppl. HAHA
The bridge to the “Southern-most point of continental Asia”!
I know that when i chose to merge this tumblr, not everyone is a mixed HK + TW Fan like me? (Anyone?? *waves*) I’m not forcing anyone to get into any fandoms though… So therefore you can opt to filter via tags! (Sorry i can’t help for dashboard, Though i can’t but i promise what you see here will…
HAHA for dramas I like HK’s but for songs, I like TW’s more - partly cuz cantopop’s banned on SG’s radio stations (as u shld know ;))! Whee~ looking fwd to more of ur edits! :D
Singapore - Bukit Timah Railway Station (2011)
PS: The photos are all taken by ME! :) Colour adjustments have been done. Click the source link for the unedited versions as well as more photos. :)