Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Malaysia must explain US$700 million donation, says international anti-graft group - The...

Will be interesting to see if the one man who can answer that will ever show up in this event held in MY.
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Malaysia must explain US$700 million donation, says international anti-graft group - The...
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Malaysia must provide answers on the US$700 million (RM2.6 billion) transferred to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's accounts, Transparency International…

I caught a fish with my drone!!!

Quick, before the battery runs out! Imagine a big one will drag the drone down with it.
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I caught a fish with my drone!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5Ho897tbrM
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Paris prepares to rid its streets of cars for one day

That will be an interesting day for Paris. (September 27)
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Paris prepares to rid its streets of cars for one day
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City links: Car-free Paris, skyscrapers in a Mumbai slum, floating food forests in New York and Nairobi’s smart bus system feature in this week’s best city stories

Google, evolved

New logo looks kiddish. Guess we all will get used to it eventually.
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Google, evolved
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olFEpeMwgHk
Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years — from the range of our products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today we’re changing things up ...

Polling Station Enquiry

Check where is your polling station. Mine is the same as the last GE.
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Polling Station Enquiry
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YouTube-taught javelin thrower Julius Yego wins gold at world championships

Wow. The advantage of the internet to level the playing field.
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YouTube-taught javelin thrower Julius Yego wins gold at world championships
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"My coach is me, and my YouTube videos," he has said in the past.

Son of the richest man in China: Escaping the Chinese system 'would be suicide'

Interesting. Many parallels here....
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Son of the richest man in China: Escaping the Chinese system 'would be suicide'
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Wang Sicong, the son of the richest man in China, did an incredibly frank interview with the BBC for its three-part documentary on Chinese youth. We caught the interview via Shanghaiist. He said that for people in his generation, escaping China's strict political system "would be suicide."

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Kangaroo horde during bike ride

And one thought that dogs are the scary thing when touring on a bicycle.
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Kangaroo horde during bike ride
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MY5LmRXoeM
I am Ben, and we certainly aren't kangaroos. We uploaded this cool video showing the safety of cyclist Ben who is safe and unharmed. Kangaroos are nice anima...

Your candidate: Yee Jenn Jong - A life of service

Here's a nice article of Jenn Jong, a candidate in Joo Chiat who nearly won in the 2011 GE (lost by only 355 votes) when it was an SMC, now contesting for Marine Parade GRC in this GE. He was in the same year as me in St. Patrick's School and such a humble guy (as witness from the video). No low ball rhetoric, working together for the community and nation. So proud that my old school can produce someone like him (which mostly bumps like me, hehehe).
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Your candidate: Yee Jenn Jong - A life of service
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If you thought Yee Jenn Jong only started serving the community after entering politics, you would be way off the mark. Mr Yee, a Workers’ Party (WP) member who became a Non-constituency Member of ...

Singapore ruling party for first time faces election fight for every seat

No walkover. All Singaporeans should now really get to understand what is at stake in your constituency.
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Singapore ruling party for first time faces election fight for every seat
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Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's ruling People's Action Party will face a fight from opposition candidates in all 89 parliamentary seats for the first time since independence 50 years ago, nominations showed on Tuesday. Singapore goes to the polls on Sept. 11, more than a year before a dea…