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Cook A Pot of Curry Day (& Chen Show Mao Eating Prata with Curry)

Update 20 August 2011: Viswa Sadasivan has written an excellent letter reminding us that the event on Sunday is about a stand against the legitimization of intolerance. Let’s not immediately label it xenophobia (although some people are using it to … Continue reading

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The Stop Cooking Indian Curry Story Upsets Me

Sunday, August 21st, is Cook a Pot of Curry Day. A brilliant group of Singaporeans set up a facebook page to celebrate curry as our way of life and it already has 17,364 attendees. (Update on 19 August 2011: The … Continue reading

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Save the World’s Saddest Dolphins – ACRES needs your help (27 May 2011)

Maybe I am reading too much into her facial expressions and I am biased with my thinking that the mainstream media is biased. But I can’t help it. The newscaster’s scrunched up face while reporting the news about the dolphins … Continue reading

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Is Princess Beatrice Doing a Lady Gaga with that hat?

At first I went “what is that thing on her head”, but now I think it’s starting to grow on me. At least she’s not boring. This was the most interesting hat at the Royal wedding. Now there’s even a … Continue reading

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Facebook Co-Founder likes Singapore

{via The Straits Times} I just wonder how exactly the arrival of talents like Eduardo Saverin translates into jobs for citizens. Would be great if someone did a detailed study. Maybe then Singaporeans might be more convinced when the government … Continue reading

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I Quit Facebook And I Don’t Regret It

This is a follow-up from my distress call of a post from when I quit Facebook cold turkey.  I am now fine with the whole business and not so jittery any more.  I have never smoked, but I believe that … Continue reading

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10 Good Habits that Stuck in 2010

Christmas reminds me that 2011 will be here soon, and New Year reminds me of all the things I did not achieve. I am feeling all “woe is me” and “why do I even bother with resolutions”.  But I tend … Continue reading

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Who is Julian Assange?

I have been seeing news about Wikileaks and Julian Assange splattered over the headlines and the internet. Curiosity made me seek out videos on him. The whole picture is still not clear to me. To some he’s a hero, and … Continue reading

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I think Facebook is Impersonal: Anti-social media? (via Newspaper to New Media)

This affirms why I quit Facebook and I just had to reblog this excellent post. You’ve just got to watch the video of the woman in the glass house (an incredible social experiment) who is just fed up with what … Continue reading

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I Quit Facebook. Help! I Now Have Withdrawal Symptoms

I never knew I would feel compelled enough to quit Facebook one day. I also has no idea that quitting the social network that 500 million people are using, would be this hard. First thing you have to know is, … Continue reading

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