But thankfully so, least I can keep updated about Rio+20 and wild boar issues (that need to be resolved quickly).
It's been pretty interested (and tedious), following Rio+20, and it's been kinda resigned, following the wild boar issue. Cos it's Singapore and I know that ultimately, no matter what, human safety and humans will aways come first. Actually, it's the same all over the world.
Anyways, life here must be pretty much like what life was like in Singapore in the 1960s. Or even later? Don't quite know.
Lots of old school stuff.
old school biscuits
old school juke box
old school pencil box
old school bubble gum
I'm a kinda nostalgic person I guess, and our heritage interests me. I wish our National Education/Social Studies had more content of how were our MRTs/roads named, old playgrounds, buildings and HDBs, the transition from kampong to HDBs (some pretty good posts about it here) and all that kinda stuff. And of course, we should learn more about the anti-communist things that the government used to do, such as Operation Cold Store, amongst others. But I'm sure, we won't be seeing that in our syllabus for quite a while at least.
Moving on, some happier things. I really need to post this. Watch this whale spout a rainbow!
Too cool and awesome for words :D
Yeah, we need to take things in life easier and with a pinch of salt. Watch more smile-inducing videos. No matter what happens, ultimately we just gotta make sure we can live with ourselves, and we live a happy life.
Leaving tonight for Kenyir, Terengganu, where the field house is not quite as nice as the one here in Gerik. No wifi in the house, though it's possible to get it from a hotel nearby apparently. But I think I'll leave my laptop behind, and not spam my Facebook friends with a torrent of links (that they probably ignore). So till I get back next week, then!