Sunday, June 28, 2009

Eye é City

Came across this: Eye é City is the organizer of the annual flagship event, A Visual Account of the Last 24 Hours. Led by a team of dedicated volunteers, the society also organizes other fringe activities for the public including photography exhibitions, talks, and sharing sessions. The overarching vision of Eye é City is to raise awareness and concern for the society at large by becoming a communal platform to allow participants to share, interact and learn through activities like art, photography, journalism and heritage.

Some photos from the 2002 book:




And from the 2007 exhibition:

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

old times, good times, merry times



Army frens just never let you forget certain things...like how spouted rubbish, like seeing tornado on TV, after having too much to drink. And countless other memories- now we laugh, then we cussed.

Yet another bites the dust- oops, ties the knot. How many more to go?

p.s. my last post was the 888th one! Woo, I should strike 4D or something...

Sunday, June 07, 2009

How different is SG from FR?



Reading The Economist's take on the French economic model, I wonder how different the two states are.

Saturday, June 06, 2009

Arise...



Today:

- tried playing Glorious Redeemer on guitar- quite lacking in glory

- took an afternoon nap- v. rare

- finally visited Kangxi Emperor exhibition at ACM- if you were emperor for a day and ruled over 150M people across 9.6M sq km, what would you do?

- had dinner with parents at chinatown- recipe and taste of claypot rice hasn't changed over 20years. reminded by little signs that dad and mom are aging.

- "Do not arouse or awaken love until it so desires" ~ Song of Solomon 2:7