With the recent release of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 (FS2020), many videos have been shared online. However, few have been made on Singapore. Of those that do, most players fly from Changi Airport and to the city area which are off-limits in real life and they hardly use any real-world procedures.
With the GE2020 now over, we know the PAP has been returned to power safely with a more than comfortable supermajority margin. Prior to polling day, PAP candidates raised the possibility of PAP losing their majority in a freak election and the alternative side stating the opposite scenario.
This is the last of the 3-part book-review series on the Air-conditioned Nation series of books written by the academic Cherian George (CG).
This is the second of a 3-part book-review series on the Air-conditioned Nation series of books written by the academic Cherian George (CG).
I have heard of this term “air-conditioned nation” for more than a decade but I never actually read the book where this term originated from. Now, I finally did.
The online and social media discourse is anecdotally dominated by anti-establishment voices. We all know what goes on in cyberspace is not reflective of the voting outcomes due to the bubble and echo chamber many of us engage in.
I get a lot of flight requests from friends ever since I got my PPL last year, on average once every other week. At the same time, I have questions posed to me on the safety and environmental concerns of General Aviation (GA) within Singapore. Some questions were posed to me in shall I say, “less than respectful” tone.
“If the opposition parties don’t want our vote in our worst, they don’t deserve our vote when we are at our best.”
The costs of flying General Aviation (GA) is a question I get asked a lot ever since I started taking up my family and friends.
During iOSConfSG 2020, I was asked by the organising team to give a Singapore quiz as part of my emcee role.