Hey Singapore! 5 Things that really Pissed me Off in 2014

Singapore Angry

It’s been a year of ups downs, left, rights and mainly punches straight in the face of Singaporeans near and far. It’s been a year to forget. Luckily it went by in a fly while sipping my 25 dollar beer and eating my 10 dollar chicken rice. Here are my Top 5 things I want to see turned upside down in 2015 or I swear I am gonna write a positive expose about Xiaxue and why you should follow her and not me. Bleh..

[LIVE from 1st Oct 2014] – Occupy Hong Kong (All PHOTOS)

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1st Oct 2014 – We are reporting LIVE from the #OccupyHongKong protests in the heart of Hong Kong Island, where thousands of students and pro Democracy supporters have gathered to protest against the recent rulings and announcements of the Government. We are on the ground, reporting live with the latest PHOTOS and reports from inside the crowd – FOLLOW – SHARE – Spread the word!

[LIVE on 30th Sep 2014] – Occupy Hong Kong (All PHOTOS)

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30th Sep 2014 – We are reporting LIVE from the #OccupyHongKong protests in the heart of Hong Kong Island, where thousands of students and pro Democracy supporters have gathered to protest against the recent rulings and announcements of the Government. We are on the ground, reporting live with the latest PHOTOS and reports from inside the crowd – FOLLOW – SHARE – Spread the word!

[LIVE on 29th Sep 2014] – Occupy Hong Kong (All PHOTOS)

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29th Sep 2014 – We are reporting LIVE from the #OccupyHongKong protests in the heart of Hong Kong Island, where thousands of students and pro Democracy supporters have gathered to protest against the recent rulings and announcements of the Government. We are on the ground, reporting live with the latest PHOTOS and reports from inside the crowd – FOLLOW – SHARE – Spread the word!

The 5 Best Live Feeds (VIDEO / PHOTOS) to follow Occupy Hong Kong

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If you are not tucked away on your sun lounger in Thailand without Wifi or behind Chinese Firewalls (with wifi or without), you have by now heard about the massive Student protests currently happening in Hong Kong. I usually don’t take a personal stand online when it comes to political issues and rather talk about these topics with friends in a lively discussion, but if you have grown up in a healthy decomcratic environment and were able to see and live it’s benefits, you probably join sides with the protesters in Hong Kong these days. There are multiple ways to stay updated in the chaotic situation, here are our top 5.

A (hot) Wedding at Fort Canning Park

Fort Canning Hotel Wedding

Just two weeks ago I had a fantastic wedding lunch at the Fort Canning Hotel (which I didn’t even know existed until then). Besides the occasional sweat rolling down my forehead, it was a great day, for both the guests and the wedding couple. Here is my experience, some photos and review of what happened.

Apple iPhone 6 Launch Day Photos Hong Kong

Apple Iphone 6 launch in Hong Kong

Apple iPhone 6 launch was mayhem in Hong Kong. As usual people went crazy, and so same as every year, in 2014 we saw the big “iPhone Shuffle” again. Here are our photos from the release day.

Who is AngryAngMo – The Story behind this!

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My life seemed rather ordinary for the first 20 years. I once won a TV when I performed with my best friend as the Blues Brothers on TV. I build tree houses, fell out of tree houses, caught ticks running through golden fields in the mid autumn evening sun, and I swallowed a whole bottle of bathing soap once, when I was young, it was strawberry flavored.

This Is It – My First Singaporean Wedding

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Getting up before noon on a lazy Saturday isn’t really my thing to do, so imagine how thrilled I was when receiving the following invitation:”Everybody, all brothers meeting at 6AM at my new HDB, be on time”.
This is it. I totally forgot, tomorrow is my first Singaporean wedding and I am part of the brothers. In fact I have to admit I was quite excited in foresight of the whole event. How did it turn out from an Non-Asian point of view?