10 fingers, 10 toes, that's all that used to matter.
In the not-so-distant future, when genetic engineering made it possible for parents to engineer their ideal children, Vincent Freeman, the new underclass discriminated down to science, took over the identity of Jerome Eugene Morrow.
I wrote the following reflection piece more than 2 years ago, when I was about to pass the halfway mark of attaining ACTA qualification. In retrospect, the certification might not be all that difficult to work for, but it was still a feat for someone like me trying to juggle demands of work and study. [...]
One Sunday, I had lunch with XD at the McDonald's in Punggol Plaza. We had unwittingly chosen a peak period, which meant crowded tables and long queues. XD took a good 20 minutes before he returned with the food and after sitting down, he started to describe the chaos at the counter, caused by only [...]
A whole year of 2015 is ahead of me, but before I decide what to make of it, I shall look back at what I had created. Yellow Ribbon Prison Run 2014 (Link) I might have only devoted 1 post to this, but it was an event that took up almost 1 year. From conceptualisation [...]
Last week, an amazing video showing how, back in 2013, the Japanese converted an above-ground railway line (and its corresponding station) into a subway line, within a short span of 4 hours, was uploaded. That included time to run some trials with actual trains pulling into the station. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIbZqqLra9k My circle of friends began to [...]