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Month: August 2010

Dirty play, Haiti. Dirty play.

Dirty play, Haiti. Dirty play.

Yes, this is a bias commentary. I am a Singaporean and proud of our Cubs playing well and trying to maintain a fair game. Before Haiti scored the first goal, every minute was electrifying. The ball passes, interceptions, tackles. After Haiti scored in the last few minutes of the first half, everything just went south. Haiti players decided to hold out for the time to end. Fair enough, it is tactic by the leading team to prevent the other team…

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Youth Olympic Games

Youth Olympic Games

For the past one week, while my peers are busy with their confusing lectures and notes, I was enjoying my time at Kallang Tennis Centre. I missed out Vivace for YOG; I missed out bonding time with schoolmates for YOG. However, the takeaway from the place was more friends and memories. Really, I do treasure them though short. OK, back to studies. In the future, my posts will most probably as short as this.

Be more aware about the technology you are using!

Be more aware about the technology you are using!

Otherwise you are just embarrassing yourself. theonlinecitizen has just posted, on Facebook, a Google News link on Youth Olympics Game and saying this: virtually all of [the news reported are] from our local news outlets. The world doesn’t seem interested at all. But we’re spending almost S$400 million on it. For propensity sake, a screenshot of the link: On the first glance, this statement seems valid. I decided to click on that link and it does direct me to Google…

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Happy National Day, Singapore!

Happy National Day, Singapore!

Unlike others, I do not bother to change my header picture when comes to different holidays. Admittedly, it is partly due to laziness in creating them. That aside, like all other celebratory holidays, I feel that National Day is overhyped. We do not need a day to celebrate our independence. Neither do we need an event to hype the mood up. All this should have been ingrained in all of us, citizens from young. Unfortunately, as we grow older, the…

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