In the guerrilla “war against men”, the subtle smear tactic of portraying men as evil and women as good in recent years has become increasingly pronounced. The movie Maleficent is a good example of this tactic, and Stefan Molyneux does a pretty good job dissecting the script and plotline.
But very few people have realized that evangelization comes firstly from who we are and what we do, and only then can we be credible in what we say.
I am excited to be speaking to 500+ junior college and polytechnic students aspiring to become the next generation of Singapore entrepreneurs!
When the ration trucks don’t come, the only thing keeping us NSMen alive (and constipated) is the Singapore Armed Forces combat rations pack. Now available in 13 different menus (Vegetarian menus reviews not included because I have no access to them) and ALL halal compliant.
I completed my ATEC year 1 (Army Training Evaluation Center) last year (2013) and survived on a mix of fresh rations and the SAF field ration pack; I was fortunate to have fresh rations for all meals during the previous 5 years of military reservist training. I came from the days where there were just 3 variants of each of the (or was it 5?) non-muslim, muslim and vegetarian menu packs and was “blessed” to have had the opportunity to field test the first pasta menu SAF ration packs back in 2002.
This post was inspired by the combat ration review post of Gordon Ho (with contributions from MAJ Mok Chew Kai), my fellow reservists from 822 Singapore Infantry Regiment. Their original reviews are in a private forum but Ho and Mok has kindly granted permission to me to publish their findings here. I will be quoting their reviews and photos (when available) as they were originally posted.
I am honored to be speaking at 55@Singapore Polytechnic Entrepreneurship & Industry Talk series, along with Juliana Chong of Honeyz Cube. I look forward to seeing you!
|Date:||30th May 2014|
|Event:||55@SP Entrepreneurship & Industry Talk|
|Topic:||Starting Up, The Journey Session III: Sustaining the Business|
Nur Adibah - Singapore Polytechnic Enterprise Centre
|Venue:||Event Space 1, InnoVillage@SP|
|Registration:||Click here to register.|
I was privileged to be interviewed by IDA’s iN.SG “Walk a mile in your client’s shoes”
|Date:||3rd April 2014|
|Appearance:||Walk a mile in your client's shoes|
|Outlet:||Info-communications Development Authority of Singapore - iN.SG|
I am honored to be featured by Singapore Computer Society’s Infopier on my Young Professional of the year 2014 award.
|Date:||21st February 2014|
|Appearance:||Young Professional of the Year 2014, Singapore Computer Society|
|Outlet:||Singapore Computer Society - Infopier|
I will be speaking on a panel session on Careers in Aerospace and Maritime with Mike McCormack, Singapore Institute of Aerospace Engineers, Lim Yeow Kee , Singapore Institute of Aerospace Engineers and Darren Brunton, Managing Director, KB Associates Group of Companies.
|Date:||8th March 2014|
|Event:||Careers & Education 2014|
|Topic:||Panel Session on Careers in Aerospace & Maritime|
|Sponsor:||Informa Exhibitions Pte Ltd|
|Venue:||Suntec Convention Centre, Halls 403-405, Sapphire Room|
I was just re-kitted with the new SAF No 4 pixelated camouflage a year back. Not one to waste, I began stripping my soon-to-be-dumped-to-Army-Logistics old No 4 uniform of the name and country tapes (the olive green colour rectangle strips sewed above both chest pockets).