Be brave, take the bus!
Yes, I know what you think when you see these to nearly bursting packed old two story vehicles roaring past you, but sometimes they can be more efficient then expected and after two years, I recently … Continue Reading
Entries From January 2009
January 15th, 2009 · 4 Comments · Singapore Transport
Be brave, take the bus!
January 15th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Singapore Halloween, Singapore Videos
After speaking to one of Singapore’s most anticipated and respected “Mystic & Paranormal Group” (specialized on resolving mystery events) and in cooperation with the help of Channel 5s digital Video-Picture crew, we can proudly announce we solved the great Raffles Place Ghost Mistery.(Continue Reading Here...)
January 15th, 2009 · No Comments · AngryAngMo Blog, Singapore Media
You are addicted to gossip. And the Internet is your best companion. Every country has its stars and wannabes that tend to pop up with some stupid comment or …naked… in the local gossip newspapers and corresponding web pages. And … Continue Reading(Continue Reading Here...)
January 14th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Singapore Online, Singapore Tech, Singapore Tourism
I recall myself running through the streets of Singapore, chaotic, Christmas Eve, with a nice picture album under my arm, thought as a present for one of my dear friends. Only problem, the picture album was still empty.(Continue Reading Here...)
January 13th, 2009 · No Comments · AngryAngMo Blog, Singapore Online
Since My readers come first and I want you guys to be always up to date on my newest posts, tips, tricks, guides and rantings, i followed the general trend and reader request, putting AngryAngMo.com on Twitter.
From now on AngryAngMo.com … Continue Reading(Continue Reading Here...)
January 13th, 2009 · No Comments · Singapore Gourmet, Singapore Housing & Living
Living in Singapore comes with a lot of advantages for the little gourmet in every one of us.
You wouldn’t have come here if you need your medium rare steak with fries every day, or if Burgers and Sausages are your primary supply of daily carbons and energy. I call Singapore one big experiment of food.
January 12th, 2009 · 3 Comments · AngryAngMo Blog, Singapore History, Singapore Politics & Economy
Singapore’s most important and only asset are its (qualified) people, local as well as foreigners.
However expatriates and so called “Foreign Talents” are by today supporting pillars of a society without whom a flourishing (maybe not these days) economy would probably … Continue Reading(Continue Reading Here...)