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Friday, December 30, 2011

Please be patient...

Seen at Marina Bay on 30 Dec 2011.
The next day there's gonna be the countdown to 2012 here.

Please be patient

Taken with the iPhone4S, posted earlier on Instagram.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Last day of Logos Hope docking at VivoCity, Singapore

I remember when I was young, dad will bring us up MV Doulos where we will pester him to get us books. The Doulos has since retired and the sister ship, Logos Hope is the only floating bookshop left sailing around the world.

Today's the last day that Logos Hope's bookshop will be open to public. It's open till 10 PM tonight if you want to visit the ship. Entrance is free. A few days later, the ship will sail to Cebu, the Philippines.

Logos Hope in Singapore

I went up the ship last night and bought a book.

I did not take many photos, if you want to know more about this ship and the ministry of bringing books around the world, visit:

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Gloomy Skies in Singapore

Although there is no 'winter' in Singapore, there's the monsoon season.
Rains have been pouring and Singapore joins the rest of the world in getting floods.

Looks like man made structures can't defeat what nature intends to do.
If nature wants to pour rain down, even Orchard Road floods.

Cold gloomy day in Singapore

This was taken earlier today when I was going for lunch.
It looks like it's winter in Singapore. Trees with not much leaves, skies so gloomy, it looks like London a colleague said.

Let's hope for better weather soon!

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Blessed Christmas Day!

Wishing all a very Blessed Christmas Day!

Christmas Day early morning service.

The church service I attended at 7:30am on Christmas morning.

It was a combined service, where 3 services that usually meet at 7:30am, 9:30am and 11:30am meet together at 7:30am. If you live in the Bukit Timah area and you are looking for a spiritual home, visit

Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Different people see different things.

What do you see here?
I was just looking at this glass building, and I thought to myself, it's a huge jigsaw puzzle!
Look at the sizes of the glass panels, it seems almost every piece is of a different shape and size.

Must be a nightmare fixing them up!


Or maybe it's just optical illusion.
Most of it are of the same size and shape but the eye is tricking you into thinking otherwise.

Glass buildings are attractive don't you think?