Last night, I attended the JC gathering at the Silk Road Restaurant, located in the Amara Hotel (near Tanjong Pagar MRT station). I did not know the place until the very last minute prior leaving the office to check the Internet for the information. At first, I thought it is along Silk Road, which I don’t even have a clue either where it is.
Of course, it is not situated along Silk Road! It was not too difficult to find, since I arrived by the local Underground system (or so-called Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)).
Sent to me via email by a college friend of mine, this is a good list of recommended food for various blood group women. Not sure how true this might be, but probably could be worth a try.
Type O Blood
Around 40,000 BC, our first human ancestors began hunting and gathering, existing mainly on meat. On a mostly carnivorous diet, they evolved to have high stomach-acid content, which enabled them to efficiently digest meat protein. Type O women today still harbor the DNA that enables them to thrive on meat.
- Best Dietary Staples: Eating a low-carbohydrate, meat-rich diet will help stabilize weight for women with type O blood; while avoiding wheat will prevent allergy like reaction that slows thyroid function in type O women.
There is a map at the right side of this post. It may provide a very much useful guide for getting you to Fengshan CC.
- (a)Take Bus Service Number 222 from the bus stop along the main road on the side of the Bedok Interchange. Alight at the bus stop, opposite Fengshan Market. Or,
(b)Take either Bus Service Number 14 or 222 from Bedok Interchange (same berth). Alight at the bus stop at Fengshan Market or one stop just before the market (it should be the 3rd stop from the Bedok Interchange).
- Fengshan CC is situated somewhere behind the blocks opposite Fengshan Market. In other words, you have to cut across the green from the bus stop opposite Fengshan Market. From the bus stop opposite Fengshan Market, walk ahead a little, then turn left. There should be a path. On the left will be a basketball court, and on the right will be a block of flat with Chin Lee restaurant at the ground floor.
- If you stop one stop before the market after boarding the bus from Bedok Interchange, walk towards Fengshan CC in a slightly different route. This bus stop is closer to Fengshan CC from the other direction. After alighting, walk ahead and cross the road at the traffic light. You should then follow the side-road all the way down. On your left should be a block of flats
with a lot of shops on the ground floor (including Chin Lee restaurant at the far end, and Shop N Save nearest you). When you walk down the road, Fengshan CC will be on your left at the end of that road.
- Conversely, you can alight one stop after the bus stop opposite Fengshan Market if you take 222 from the main road. Walk back a little towards the side-road mentioned earlier.
Well, thanks Edwin for providing such a useful information!
126 Pasir Ris Road
There is only 1 bus that goes to there; that is SBS Bus number 403, leaving the Pasir Ris Bus interchange, which is next to Pasir Ris MRT station. The waiting time for the bus is approximately about 20 to 30 minutes interval.
Click the image on the right, to see an enlarged version of the map.
One of my ex-schoolmate, Bear, sent me an email to check out the following two YouTube sites. Honestly, that was really amazing!
Someone by the nick, temasekjc2008, uploaded two clips onto YouTube, featuring a local student-based directed film. According to the description, it was noted to be a comedic short film.
I believe it’ll be very interesting for ex-TJCians to watch them; just like myself.
Click below to access YouTube clips…
Exactly! Singapore is going to have its very own unique Family Day, known as Family Day Out. It will occur on Saturday, on the 4th week of May every year. Hence, this year will be held on May 24th, 2008.
According to The Straits Times, this might be the pioneer of a possible public holiday in future. How true this is, I’m not sure. Moreover, Saturday isn’t a normal working day. Having a public holiday on a Saturday does not simply make any sense.
Nonetheless, I certain relish and welcome this Family Day Out. One of my TJ friends has already planned out something, which coincidentally falls on this day.
Here is the link for the download, however do note that you will not be able to open the file as it is password-protected. Check your email for the password.
There are 3 sets of files, approximately 20MB each.
- Web Browser – obviously you have this, otherwise you won’t be able to see this page.
- Winzip – software to extract .zip file. There also other ZIP-compatible softwares that allow you to extract zip files.
- Password – Apparently, you need the password to extract the file components.
This is extremely interesting; and probably as priceless as gold. Guys are usually not involved in the scene when ladies have their girlie conversation. Glad enough, I am honoured to be part of the email loop when a few of my female friends actually sparked off a string of conversation that completely took me and another guy friend by surprise. I’m not sure about the rest of the guys, but I presume it is just like peeping through the window to see the other side of the sexual mind.
As far as the topic is concerned, not much detail is going to be shown here, but I’ll give a little hint – so as to protect the minorities (hee hee… you people should know who are the “minors”). It started off from one bringing up the subject of guys attracted to the same girl within the group; then another girl denied the sour feeling of not having the same affection; it follows that guys are given the acronyms of “flies” (my goodness, we male human species are invertebrates to the eyes of the opposite sex). Eventually,… hmm, the story is still pending. Hope someone continues that…
But, as one of us mentioned it right, I honestly don’t mind seeing these types of conversation appearing from my Inbox every other day to kick start a great day ahead!