After an infinite hiatus (or some 22 million seconds), I’m back with a long overdue post. Where have I been the past 6240 hours?
After automating tolls, Singapore probably has another World first – cameras on bus lanes. Driving along Thomson Road today, I noticed cameras erected around a booth put up a couple of weeks ago. Say bye bye to sneaky wardens who hide behind the overhead bridge railings.
After making waves at the F1 Pit Building last year, Formula Drift Singapore returns with a stronger line up of cast and sponsors – debuting stars include Japan’s Robbie Nishida, Australia’s Joshua Boettcher and you can catch Playboy bunnies making their debut in The Rock the Rabbit Festival.
Singapore with a population of approx. 5million (throwing in all the foreigners & all) has never exactly been a lucrative market for most foreign entities in comparison to the rest of the World. The telecommunications market, media, and subsequently pay television market have longed remained in the hands of government owned entities, despite the opening up of these markets in recent years.
It has been a difficult week, and instead of being able to play with the jumbotron again at Formula Drift Singapore, I’m stuck at home wondering when my diarrhea would actually clear up. In a tumultuous week in many aspects, I’ve gone from anticipating the preparation to sucking it up …