Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Winter 2011 Ends...
Attended Sam's Bachelor Graduation
Also Amanuma's Double Degree Graduation
YinQing, Maria, Brendan and Echo
from my Masters in Human Resource Management class
and also Eric
and Eden (BISA Taiwan)'s sister, Pei Pei
...and Stephanie, who have completed their education
and returned back to their respective countries
(Yes I look like sh*t in the last photo
this is why most people couldn't recognise me in my home clothes)
Congrats & Farewell my friends!
Best of luck in life~~
Davies Park West End Market
Saturdays 6AM - 2PM
Lots of fruits and vegetables to buy!
Apparels and Ornaments
Herbs and Spices
Spotted: Christine (BISA Australia) and friends
I'm here today with Shawn Wong
from Business Studies Club EXCO many years ago
Selphine and forgot-his-name
Also, Doice and Dorrain..
Awesome place just to hang out with friends
and feast on food from around the world
Shawn tries Eye Brow Threading
Regional Flavours 2011
30 - 31 July 2011
South Bank Parklands
Cake Making Competition
Lots of food and bevergages from the region
I'm here today with Gnu Chris
Chai Chilli Chocolate - exotic
Awesome Street Performer
watch video here
People who couldn't read English
probably thought it meant
"Ibis are not allowed to dine in here"
Was invited to Stamford Plaza Hotel
AMBCQ Dinner with Theresa Kok
YB Teresa Kok, Selangor State Minister for Investment, Trade and Industry, and Federal Member of Parliament
Cr. Angela Owen-Taylor
Councillor Angela Owen-Taylor was elected as the first Councillor for the ward of Parkinson in 2008 as part of Lord Mayor Campbell Newman's team.
I'm here today with Matt Ramsey
Spotted: Ken and Emily
Kiong and Shona's lil cuties
watch video here
Christine's Australia Social Inclusion for Singaporeans
We're here today at Cafe Briz (I reckon Briz stands for Brisbane)
55 Boundary Street
Briz Big Breaky
bacons, eggs, tomato, sausages, mushroom, hash brown on toast
Soft-boiled eggs can be eaten with buttered toast cut into strips, which are then dipped into the runny yolk. In UK, these strips of toast are known as "soldiers"
I should have taken a video of Christine "marching" her soldiers
In Singapore, we usually go to a "kopitiam" (coffee shop), have them cracked into a bowl and drink em up with dark soya sauce and pepper
Spotted: Sam (another Sam) in uni
September 2011 is Save the Koala Month
Wanna be part of the action? It's free and easy!
Just access the Australia Koala Foundation website
and register for a collection box and donation sticker
Put in your spare change every now and then
and get your mates to put in their lunch money
-- CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Any amount can make a difference
All donations $30 and above will receive a personalised koala certificate
Too easy! Be a Koala Hero today!
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