Christmas Eve Outing 2006 from 53rd Floor Swissotel Stamford

24th December, Christmas Eve 2006 It was a day of rest and recovery for me. I spent 3/4 of the day lazing at home, recharging my batteries, really drained out from working and working and working. Anyway, my old friend Jinguang, with his partner, Huibing, invited me to their holiday hotel room on the 53rd floor at Swissotel Stamford. It was supposed to be their ROM 1st year anniversary and I somehow “gatecrashed” their private time through their invitation …… haha ! Thanks for inviting me folks ! The view from the hotel balcony was really very beautiful, Singapore, no …

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Christmas Dinner Gathering at Nick & Shirley Home on 22 December 2006

My best friend, Nick , knew him from our days together in Gan Eng Seng Dragon Scout Group (since 1990), invited me to a Chirstmas gathering along with his other JC and Uni friends. Nick and Shirley prepared a wonderful feast for all of us there and we had a great time eating and eating. Great to catch up with friends during the festive season, as we are always so caught up in our working life and sometimes, we don’t spend enough time with our friends. We just have to tell ourselves to make our lifestyle more balanced, instead of …

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Jason & Fenny Wedding Lunch – Raffles City Ballroom on 25th November 2006

25th November 2006 would be a rather special day in my life. I got to attend 2 weddings in 1 day, lunch and dinner. From my earlier posting, the wedding dinner was my UQ juniors Alvin and Liz @ Raffles Marina. As for the wedding lunch , the honour goes to my Cousin Jason and Fenny ! 1st time I attended wedding lunch and it was an eye-opener. There were quite a number of our cousins getting married in the past year. Probably there might (will) be a gap after Cousin Jason’s wedding lunch ………. Managed to contact Jason as …

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Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 2006

Marathon Distance: 42.195kmLocation: The sunny island of Singapore My 1st marathon , initially, it was a daunting distance to run. Somehow or another, I was really looking foward to it as the time built up. I was training reguarly in the gym and did running various distances (10 to 13km), although the training runs segment could be further improved, didn’t clock enough mileage. In the early morning , my cousins picked me up and I met my colleagues Vik & Allan at the Esplanade Bridge. It was the moment of truth. My objective is to complete the marathon distance in …

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Alvin & Elizabeth Wedding Dinner – Raffles Marina on 25th November 2006

Alvin & Liz, a great couple, knew them when they were fresh undergrads entering the University of Queensland and I somehow became their “Big Brother” and took care of them (my juniors) during their initial months of transition from a rat race country to a laid back country. From knowing them, helping them and watching them how they became a couple till their wedding day, it had been a great journey of friendship and fun, becoming a tour guide (bringing them to tour around Queensland), display model answers (university assignments). I was honoured to be invited for their wedding dinner …

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Singapore Motorshow 2006 models

The role and presence of models at motorshow and car racing events are of great significance and publicity, e.g. F1 racing, JGTC races and motorshows worldwide. Typically, whenever there are such events going on, there would be lots of fans/people attending and you can simply find many many pictures of beautiful models on photography forums and their own personal websites. I would like to take this opportunity to display some pictures of our beautiful models at Singapore Motorshow 2006, for their professionalism and lovely smiles that adds a different magical spark to the Motorshow 2006. Dedicated to the models of …

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The "Skeleton" of an automobile ?

Folks, when you own a car, do you ever wonder how the skeleton inside really look like ? Besides, opening up the car bonnet and looking at the engine enclosed compartment, where else would you be able to look at the chasis and engine etc when you only go to the mechanics. During Motorshow 2006, the manufacturers “opened” up their car engines and allow the visitors to have an idea of “what is really inside my engine”. Car owners would have a better understanding of their cars and how the “skeleton” looks like. Mazda Honda Hybird Engine Lexus Engines

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