And great breeze by the seaside
The tree is dry, though?
At first I had no idea what this Chinese musical instrument is called. I asked my colleague & I was told that it's the Erhu. As stated in Wikipedia, the erhu (二胡; pinyin: èrhú, [êɻxǔ]) is a two-stringed bowed musical instrument, more specifically a spike fiddle, which may also be called a "southern fiddle", and sometimes known in the Western world as the "Chinese violin" or a "Chinese two-stringed fiddle".
Well, the photo was taken 2 nights ago & this Chinese guy was nonchalantly performing with his erhu at Sembawang MRT bicycle park. And soon he's joined by 1 lady who, gues what, was singing! And soon, an old man and a small boy joined too (watching only, not singing). Great performance...and well, free. Heh.
OK. So finally I purchased the below power bank. Specifically: Type:12000mAh / Color:Black(+S$8.50) Add-ons:none / Free Cable:3-in-1 Cable. Heh.
...Unwrap good times with KFC Bandito Pockett!
OK. I digress. I totally do.
Allow me to step back from that positive opening line, and be negative for a while, and ponder about things I might be dreading.
And guess what, I come up with not one, not two, but FIVE things I am dreading--and here they are, I dread:
1. That there is no life after death (afterlife). So why bother to strive in life, one may wonder, if there is no life after death.
Well, I don't have to say much really except that I'm really, pleasantly surprised that I have finally located this hidden gem of the north: Sembawang Hot Spring!!
More about the place can be read here at Remember Singapore and at this Infopedia.
The text says it all:
SEMBAWANG PUBLIC LIBRARY
You can look forward to a welcoming and inviting space for all users...
Users will enjoy a spacious, open and welcoming library, inspired by Sembawang's shipyard heritage.
Check out this curious clip, "Most Shocking Second a Day Video". Since it's uploaded recently (on 5 March), it has gathered 26,114,516 views! Impressive...