Archive for July 2013

GAMESCORE’S 9th Anniversary Celebration

Gamescore is celebrating its 9th anniversary this coming Saturday with a day of store wide game sale.

Purchase 1 game at 10% off, 2 games at 20% off and 3 games at 30% off. Purchase two $35.00 titles for just $50.00. Besides that, you’ll get random freebie like decals, screen protector, note pads, games, key-chains, t-shirts etc with purchase.

There is also a lucky draw where you stand a chance to win a AUDYSSEY South of Market Audio Dock (Worth $399) or DJ MAX Muse-On Controller with Game for PC (Worth $199).


Only for 27 July 2013. Don’t miss it.

Gadgets on the table 5 years ago and now

This is a very random posting.

I was doing some blogging at Starbucks and looking back at some old blog posting. I stumble upon this photo of the gadgets I have on the table when doing my work at Starbucks 5 years ago.


I was using my IBM ThinkPad T43 back then. If you notice, there is a huge Huawei 3G Dongle at the side (Next to the Starbuck cup). Yes, the 3G dongle were huge back in 2008. I think I still have it somewhere in my drawer. Beside my ThinkPad is my trusty PDA, Palm TX. I love Palm TX. Too bad the company is dead now. I also have a 1st Gen iPod Touch for listening to music. One gadget that is not in the photo is my Sony Ericsson K800 which I used to take that photo.

Compare it with the table now.


I’m now using a MacBook Pro. My PDA, iPod touch and K800 have been replaced by my iPhone 4S. And instead of a huge Huawei 3G dongle, I’m now using a Huawei LTE Mobile WIFI. Still bulky but at least it gives me a lot faster speed and won’t drain my laptop battery. And more than 5 devices can share the same Mobile WIFI to connect to internet. I love the Mobile WIFI. Maybe I should blog more about it next time.

It’s interesting to see how much things have changed in 5 years. I wonder what will be on the table 5 years from now.

Attorney-General’s Chambers has commenced legal proceedings against cartoonist behind Demon-cratic Singapore

Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has commenced legal proceedings in the High Court against Leslie Chew Peng Ee for contempt of court. The 37 year old is the cartoonist behind the popular political satire comic series, Demon-cratic Singapore. According to AGC, Leslie Chew is accused of scandalising the judiciary in five comics published on the Facebook page.

The case will be heard at the High Court on 12 August 2013.

While I’m not a huge fan of Demon-cratic Singapore, I do feel that this case will set a precedent on the limit and boundary of satire writing in Singapore. Let’s watch this case closely.

G-Shock celebrates 30 years of timepiece innovation with “Shock The World” Tour in Singapore

To mark G-SHOCK’s milestone 30th birthday, this year’s “SHOCK THE WORLD 2013” tour in Singapore was held at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel, at the Resorts World Sentosa on 19 July 2013. In an exclusive collaboration between G-SHOCK and two of Singapore’s most talented designers, the event featured the unveiling of limited edition stylized G-SHOCK watches designed by local design icon, Keith Png, who has dressed international movie stars like Zhang Ziyi and the design collective duo, Andrew Loh and Kenny Lim of Depression, who are known across Asia for their signature bold, monochromatic designs.

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Since its inception, G-SHOCK has played a key role in shaping the world’s various sports, arts, fashion and street cultures, making the brand a vital part of youth culture. Hosted by MTV VJ and popular television personality, Max Loong, the “SHOCK THE WORLD 2013” Singapore party featured adrenaline-pumping performances by AOS Collective together with Beatboxer Dhani, Yohei Uchino, winner of last year’s G-SHOCK presents Real Toughness dance competition, Tsutomu Kitayama, winner of Voodoo Jam 2013, UK Bboy championship winner, 2goo, alongside popular Malaysian singer Shi Xing Hui and local rapper and celebrity Sheikh Haikel. Other program highlights included the exciting battle of local dance talent in the Absolute Toughness Dance Xtreme finals. The grand winner, from each dance genre was not only rewarded with a return trip and accommodation to Japan but also a chance to battle it out with the rest of the world.

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From New York to Berlin and Paris, to Tokyo and Dubai, the “SHOCK THE WORLD” movement has brought together thousands of people since its inception in 2009 across continents and cultures to celebrate the brand and its legacy of trendsetting innovation in timepieces. These tough ‘indestructible’ watches, designed by Kikuo Ibe, of Casio Japan, have ultimately defined the brilliance of combining style and utility, along with superior craftsmanship.

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For more information on G-SHOCK 30th Anniversary ‘SHOCK THE WORLD 2013’ in Singapore, visit or http://www.casio-

More slots for Race The Dead

It is no surprised that Race The Dead is going to be a popular event. Who wouldn’t be interested in taking part in a 5km run with zombies chasing you along the way. In fact, all slots for the race was fully booked within 14 hours.

Good news to those who didn’t managed to secure a slot for the race. The organisers have added another race day. Yeap, Race The Dead will be a 2 days event now. And they will also need another 150 zombies.


Registration for the new 150 zombies will begin on 26 July 2013, 2359 HR.
Registration for the new runners will begin on 27 July 2013, 2359 HR.

This will be your last chance to register for the Race The Dead run. So don’t miss it. For more info, visit the website and Facebook page.

Race The Dead
Date: 26 and 27 October 2013
Time: 8am to 6pm
Venue: Sentosa