A train in Pakistan. Photo credit to China Daily. Singapore can achieve this in 2030. This is a picture of future Singapore.
Ah, modern art. Subject to individual interpretation. To the eyes of the beholders.
Hi Mr. Bean,Nice pics on the Arrowanas.Are you rearing them or where did you got them as your photographic models?I like to have one big, aggressive looking fella in a big tank in my study room.
Hurry Wally. Shot them at Suntec yesterday. Aquarama show. You may pick up one or two.
OK.Thanks.I'm going there after lunch.Cheers.Hehe, our mutual friend Patriot seems to have disappeared from the face of the earth!
Yep, Patriot has flown away. Thought I saw in at the Bird Park, among the birds: )
How big do these arrowanas grow?I saw a large golden one at a fish shop. It wss almost three feet long, the largest I have seen. The price? A cool $18K. My jaws drop.
Saw one in a photo held by three men standing abreast. Easily 4 or 5 ft long.
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