|One of my heritage and new media buddies, Walter Lim, who pens Cooler Insights announced last Friday that:
Okay I didn’t see that coming!
Sharkwater was probably the most recent suggestion over time that has persuaded Walter to do this. So every little bit of effort along the way counts until a big push comes along. Ditto for most other issues.
At least half a decade ago (or was it even earlier) I remember Grant and Juggi conceptualising the the slaughter of the sharks at the wedding dinner scene, and later finding a volunteer to research the mercury accumulation issue in sharks that ACRES used. There is still a lot of awareness to raise about many issues and subsequent action to be conducted, but in response to posts like these, hope springs eternal.
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Daily Archives: 12 January 2008
One refuge remained, at least
I was introducing a friend this morning to a relatively safe cycling route to NUS campus from Sin Ming. It’s a longer route but goes through several peaceful havens. Except that lots of things have changed and the ride was not half as pleasant as I remembered it.
But one refuge remained true to memory, an that was Kheam Hock Road – yup, the Bukit Brown cemetery. I used to love riding up the slope on cold nights and enjoying the cold air and pleasant night sounds.
I wish this refuge was safe from developers though.