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You know  that The Harvard Din & Tonics is back in Singapore. It would be held at Singapore Polytechnic, it is on 2nd August 2014 and the time is 7.30pm.

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New Service cares for Telok Blangah residents from New Bridge Road

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Experts from Land Transport Authority Singapore (LTA):

SBS Transit Bus Service 121 is a new trunk service that will operate from Sunday, 16 March 2014. Service 121 will directly connect commuters from Ganges Avenue, Kim Tian Road and Telok Blangah Crescent/Rise to Tiong Bahru and Outram Park MRT stations.

Operating daily from 6.00am to 11.30pm from New Bridge Road Bus Terminal, SBS Transit Bus Service 121 will ply Outram Road, Zion Road, Ganges Avenue, Lower Delta Road, Tiong Bahru Road, Kim Tian Road, Jalan Bukit Merah, Lower Delta Road and Telok Blangah Way, before looping back via Telok Blangah Crescent and Telok Blangah Rise. As Zion Road is one-way, the service will ply Outram Road in the return direction.

Besides enhancing connectivity to key transport nodes such as Tiong Bahru and Outram Park MRT stations, the new bus service will also provide residents with convenient access to amenities like Singapore General Hospital, Outram Polyclinic, SAFRA Mount Faber, Tiong Bahru Plaza, markets and food centres along Jalan Bukit Merah and Telok Blangah Crescent, as well as schools such as Radin Mas Primary School and CHIJ St. Theresa’s Convent.

SBS Transit Bus Service 121 is the 25th new bus service to be rolled out under the Bus Service Enhancement Programme (BSEP).

Please refer to the attached poster for more details.

Guess where are Justin Tan and friends are now?!


Guess what? It’s Changi International Airport. Terminal 3. That’s right. It is opened in 2008, six years back when Terminal 4 was proposed by the government to situate the old Budget terminal. Of course, Mr Jack wants to teach friends on airplane flight departures and arrivals.


Panoramic elevators in the Public Area of Terminal 1 has been upgraded already since last year I visited.


The viewing mall of Changi Airport Terminal 1 has also been upgraded. Plans for Terminal 4 has been completed with the start of the construction. Construction of Terminal 4 will be completed in 2017.