Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Singapore Blog Awards 2011 Trailer - Featuring Ybloggist Alumni

Thanks to Weiding and the team of, the trailer for Singapore Blog Awards 2011 is out!

Was at SPH on Good Friday for the shoot.
桃子 (2010 Ybloggist),Sie Yen(2009 Ybloggist Champion, Myself (2009 Ybloggist 2nd Runner-Up), and Yuan Ting (2009 Ybloggist 1st Runner-Up)

Didn't manage to take many pictures, but the behind the scene was really hilarious!

Lol... this scene, we were really trying our very best to act busy...

Luckily it didn't end up like those whispers scene where the girls started chit-chatting about their lifestyle... lol.




Yuan Ting...

Sieyen with her creative drawing skills...

Sieyen and Yuanting : 社交生活。。。 (NG! NG! NG!)

Myself and 桃子: 因, 部落格而精彩! (NG AGAIN!)

预备。。。 1。。。2。。。3! (Gek Sai Face)

Jump Shot! (Voice Over: Get SOCIAL!)'s the masterpiece!

Catch more updates from Singapore Blog Awards 2011 here!

What are you waiting for?
Join SBA 2011 now!!!

Monday, April 25, 2011


Exams, gonna suck me dry.
But weekends, gonna keep me moisturize.

Fish Ball noodles from Xin Wang @ North Point

Starbucks @ North Point

Tried a new drink, Green Tea Latte. Refreshing. Nice.

Ice Cream Wafer @ Ice Kimo. Can't remember when was the last Ice Cream Wafer I had. Suddenly misses NTU Hall 13 wafer ice cream, used to have it occasionally, perks me up during exam period.

Nothing much about this picture.
I just wanna show off my V-shape face.

Take exams away.
FYP spoils my day.
I wanna shout YAY!

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Y-bloggist Alumni , Singapore Blog Awards 2011

Met up with some of the ex-Ybloggist contestants... was at SPH to do a trailer for Singapore Blog Awards 2011. What are you waiting for? Join the contest now!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Kudos to Instagram

Nice photos from Instagram! The effects are superb! I don't even bring my digicam out nowadays. Haha.

"Don't take my photo lah."

A view from the bus stop.

Upon reaching Chong's.

While walking to work. The glaring sun.

U wait. I wait. When's my turn?

Waiting for mummy to change her dressing.

Call me, Dr. Soh.

Shagggggged from night run.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011


Geri and Clement, the lovely birds whatsapp me while they were pat-toh-ing.

Wah. Thank You harh. Aku eat meat grow up one. Even one small dao gei or corn in my noodles or fried rice I also pick it up.

Remember this person. Geraldine Ho. 他们很 rude.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Thank You

Thanks to everyone who had sent your concern and well wishes to my mum. She's discharged from hospital, recuperating at home now. Mobility wise still restricted, every night still on painkillers.

God, please blessed mummy get well soon, and take the pain away from her...

Thursday, April 14, 2011



Ah Bor 堂姐,一路好走。

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

亲人 vs 朋友

发生了这么多事, 让我了解亲人的重要。



我想, 我们现在能做的事, 就是让自己坚强。

朋友。。。 再多, 也是这样。

Saturday, April 09, 2011


回到家里空荡荡,看着 Mother 的床, 心里是多么的想念她。
我好希望 Mother 可以快点站起来。 第一件事就是抱着她说我爱你。
自从老爸从我七岁去世后, 快要二十年了,你为了我而坚强。

神阿, 坏消息我想。。。 够了吧。
明天, 可以给我一点点好消息吧。
就请您把我的寿命扣除,补上 Mother 的吧


Sunday, April 03, 2011

The Blue Right - Clean Water, Everyone’s Entitled.

Witnessed an event last week in NTU ... read on to find out more...

Four final year undergraduates from Nanyang Technological University University (NTU) spearheaded Singapore’s first water rights campaign for the right to clean water.

Known as The Blue Right, the campaign was the brainchild of Cheryl Ng Hui Hui, Eileen Seah Li Ling, Joycelyn Yeo Jing Ci and Yu Qinyan, Public and Promotional Communication students from NTU Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information.

Targeted at students from Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singapore Management University (SMU), the campaign seeks to highlight the water issues faced by Asia’s developing communities and showcase the developmental efforts of Environmental Endeavour 2, a partnership between the Lien Foundation and NTU.

Sancun Village, Honghe Prefecture, Yunnan Province

It aims to drive home the message that access to clean water is a “human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights”, as declared by the United Nations General Assembly in 2010.

Sancun Village, Honghe Prefecture, Yunnan Province

“We wanted to do something meaningful for our Final Year Project. Although water is a basic survival need, many of us tend to overlook its signifcant or take it for granted. From our research, we realised that existing water campaigns in Singapore are generally centred on domestic water issues like water conservation. That
was when we decided to look beyond our shores to the neighbouring communities in Asia which do not even have adequate access to clean water,” says Qinyan.

Tang Zi Jiao Village 塘子脚村 - The living conditions here are the worst out of the 3 project sites that the girls had visited during the trip.

As part of their campaign, the four girls visited rural China and Vietnam in January to document the lives of the rural communities through photos and videos. All these have culminated in a photography exhibition that is taking place across the three universities - NTU, NUS and SMU - in March 2011.

The Mekong Delta, Vietnam

The Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Students from these varsities had also pledged their believe in The Blue Right!

Students from NUS, 3rd and 4th Mar 2011

Not forgetting students from SMU... 14th and 15th Mar 2011

And finally back to NTU... 31st Mar and 1st April 2011 (Of course there were more supporters!)

Here's Cheng Siong, Wei Ze and myself...

Creation of Singapore's first giant water mosaic painting with 12000 cups of coloured rainwater

The water mosaic below formed a giant picture that conveyed The Blue Right's campaign message. 350 litres of rainwater was collected from January to March and mixed with paint, to create this massive water mosaic painting! Through this, the team wants to highlight the water situation faced by Asia's developing communities, which face an acute shortage of clean water sources and often have to collect rainwater for consumption.

The team and the masterpiece!

Check out the news coverage on channel 8 here!

For more information about the campaign, visit The Blue Right website at

The Blue Right