Saturday, June 23, 2007

Sunset jams 2007 bsx races

Trackside seats for the the bicycle supercross race at sunset trail.

Sunset jams 2007 jump of the day

Sunset jams is a local bmx, bsx and dirtjump competition at sunset trails, tampines bmx track. This was the jump of the day for me by Keong, one of Singapore's best bmx riders.

Friday, June 22, 2007

Timmy at Timbre

Great band. They play every friday night at Timbre, at the substation.

Monday, June 18, 2007

Strong, dry and flavourful

Chateau moulin de curat
puisseguin saint emilion 2001

Financial management and analysis

A good text on financial management and analysis. Google it, you might get lucky.

Saturday, June 9, 2007

Spicy Ribena

Not the most classy of wine reviews but at least I know why I liked it.
2003 Louie Latour Beaujolais Superiere

Monday, June 4, 2007

SMS turned haiku with accompanying random photo

An SMS mistakenly sent to the wrong number assumes life as a haiku and receives one in return.

Please vasanth you
Buy gurde, lemon rice
Or call me

The lemon rice
Will call in your field
By morning or sour

Sunday, June 3, 2007

Noridan's Incredible Machine

Up close but in bad light.

Noridan (Korea)

Sprocket Parade - a 'sonic playground' incorporating music, dance, mime and sports by Noridan from Korea. The imaginative group of young performers combines lively percussion and a recycled orchestra into a musical vehicle for a great outdoor performance. Check

The View without Zoom

See earlier reference to skyscrapers and HDB flats.

Where is this?

Spotted from the observation deck of the Meritus Mandarin. Where is this house, who is using it and for what purpose? Its location, surroundings, design and condition all suggest a story to be told. Perhaps there's more to Singapore's skyline than skyscrapers and HDB flats.


This was the most interesting thing I could find in the new National Museum. A collection of teacups from coffeeshops in the 1950s(?). I liked the teacups but the museum seemed a tragic waste.

Dragon Pattern

A gold painted wood carving from the ceiling of a buddhist temple tucked away in the heart of town.