Historia | Singapura

That’s a staycation

We have no immediate family here in Singapore, so I thought a two- to three-day family vacation would be a great way to celebrate my son’s second birthday. Last year, we arranged a Jollibee party for him. It was attended mostly by family members and a few of our closest friends in southern Metro Manila. […]

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A River called Serangoon Sungei

I was out and running this morning along the Sungei Serangoon. A river that plays an important part in this nation’s water conservation efforts. Because of the island’s geographical limitation they’re forced to trap rain and sewage water for reuse. Singapore aim to be fully water self-sufficient in the future. I come from a country abundant with natural water resource and yet […]

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