2020, the year the world changed.

It happened once in my lifetime as far as I can remember and as far as global repercussions are concerned. It was on September 11, 2001 when two planes were hijacked and crashed through the World Trade Center in New York. Instantaneously, the future trajectory of the world changes. If we could invent a dimensional... Continue Reading →

Coronavirus, my two-cents

Also known as COVID-19, its been a little over a month since China announced sweeping restrictions on the movement of people during the Lunar New Year Holiday. Entire provinces are shut down, transport networks on land, sea and air is in shambles and tourism around the world is in the doldrums, especially with travel bans... Continue Reading →

Singapore Airshow 2020

The Singapore Airshow 2020 was the first such airshow that I ever had the chance of attending. The airshow happens once every two years, and the biggest names in the aerospace industry will gather in Singapore along side defence officials representing their home countries. There, they will set up various meetings and make multi-million dollar... Continue Reading →

Chingay 2020

Chingay is an annual street parade that is celebrated in Singapore and Malaysia. It is in celebration of the various birthdays of the Chinese deities or the procession of the Goddess of Mercy. In recent times, the annual street parade consists of floats and processions from various communities in Singapore and abroad. This year is... Continue Reading →

The Apple Store @ Orchard

When Apple announced that they were going to open an official Apple store in Singapore, I was stoked. For years I had been hoping for an official store to make their landing on this tiny island nation. Previously, I visited other Apple store around the world, like those in Hong Kong, and The Netherlands. Those... Continue Reading →

PC Show come and gone

Yesterday I went to the PC show. It was crowded, but not overly so. Surprisingly, it was walkable and I rarely had to squeeze among the throng of crowds. Held in Expo halls 5 and 6, I was impressed by the M1 booth. It was huge. I cannot remember the last time the M1 was... Continue Reading →

Netflix launches in Singapore

I woke up one morning and as I was having breakfast in the living room and swiping and left and right at my daily newsfeed on Flipboard on my iPhone at the same time, Netflix announced at this year’s CES that they have gone global. I was shocked. Netflix did announce that they are launching their... Continue Reading →

NDP Preview tickets!!!

I can't remember when was the last time I actually had the tickets to the National Day Parade. In my entire life, I think I had the chance to attend the NDP only once, and that was during my primary school days. Now, after many years later, a friend of mine had a pair of... Continue Reading →

USS Singapore Halloween Horror Night

USS Singapore Halloween Horror Night has been one of many anticipated yearly horror event in Singapore's during the month of October. My friends and I decided to give it a try and being my first time in USS itself, I was really stoked to see the various attractions that were set up specially for this... Continue Reading →

New Macbook Air

  So finally, I have bought a brand new Macbook Air. For once, I have a proper notebook in which i can do my work anywhere. And I am very happy with my purchase so far. My mac mini has served me well, but i think its time to move on. My dad is using... Continue Reading →

Incredible, incredible week

I had such an incredible week this week. Not only did I celebrate with birthday with my closest buddies, friends and parents, but for the first time, I got passes for this year's F1 race in Singapore! So my birthday just passed, and it was a blast! Carousel, was by far a fantastic place to... Continue Reading →

Future MRT of Singapore

There have been a lot of digging around Singapore in the past 10 years or so. With the construction of the Circle Line underway, and scheduled to open in 2010 and beyond, it would be the world's longest fully automated train network. Over 30 stations that encircles the downtown area of the country, it is... Continue Reading →

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