South Bridge Road from Hong Lim Park. These buildings have not changed much for a century. The main white building, if I am not mistaken, was a famous shop selling winter clothings for Singaporeans going overseas. Photo taken at a moment when there were very few cars on the road. An unusual quiet moment on a busy road.
after the crooked bridge, what's next?
Malaysia plans to build RM490 million sports academy
Located on the outskirts of London, the extravagant project is raising eyebrowsBy Leslie LopezThe Straits Times
Malaysia’s plan to build a half-billion-ringgit sports academy on the outskirts of London has drawn flak from some quarters who say this is an extravagance the country cannot afford.
Government officials say that the Sports Ministry is quietly pushing ahead with an ambitious project to build a sports excellence academy at the cost of roughly 490 million ringgit on a 17.8ha piece of prime real estate owned by a Malaysian research agency in Hertfordshire.
Proponents of the plan say the new academy will help Malaysian athletes excel internationally, develop the country's capabilities in sports science and medicine and improve the standard of coaching.
Should Singapore up the stake and build a bigger one in the USA or Australia? Then we can make our footballers world class and aim for the world cup...Our impossible dream...may just come true.