This is well thought. HDB (Housing Development Board) is doing some upgrades for lifts and they placed a chart to reveal the progress. Lift upgrades are often noisy, slow and narrows the already tiny walkways.
This is the view of the Sands casino under construction from The Sail, Marina Boulevard.
In the sky terrace, you get occasional connections to Telkomsel, the Indonesia carrier. And it’s from Marina Boulevard! I’m sure if you pull open some windows you can see SingTel building somewhere. But no, it just prefers Telkomsel. Last I check, SingTel owns 35% of Telkomsel.
The little-known cavity may support the theory that the 4,500-year-old monument to Pharaoh Khufu was constructed inside out, via a spiraling, inclined interior tunnel—an idea that contradicts the prevailing wisdom that the monuments were built using an external ramp.
The inside-out theory’s key proponent, French architect Jean-Pierre Houdin, says for centuries Egyptologists have ignored evidence staring them in the face.
Video Clip From Unlocking the Great Pyramid Documentary
I’ve been rather busy these days so I had to tone down my blogging. I don’t really have much time to reflect on things too so less the amount of posts. And asides work there is school. I was talking to a classmate online this morning and she made me realized how closed to the exams it really is. I start getting a little stressed with school. Perhaps it’s time to put down some things to start some revision. Anyhow, I took this picture near my work place:
Construction’s going on near my work place. It’s kinda noisy. This reminds me of Ngee Ann Poly, I used to pass by that area quite often and always wonder how come they never stop constructing. Once they complete something, the engineer’s itchy hands simply have to embark on something new.
And this thing about construction creating jobs and therefore our country loves to construct more things – it’s real I believe.