Happy Elephant – Order Within Chaos December 23, 2011Posted by @Karen_Fu in change, christmas, New Year.
Tags: elephant parade, new year wishes
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Done this during lunch for fun. It was so fun I wasn’t exactly having my lunch that much. Probably the idea of Order Within Chaos has been sitting in my mind where societal change has gone into different aspects of chaos in human relationships with nature and other living beings. There is no immediate solution to all those because people and surroundings are getting more complicated that we need to seek order within chaos. Sustainable answers need to be found in the process of the mess that has been piled overtime. I add in vibrant colours for hope and vitality for promise. I don’t think we have to be pessimistic about the future if we choose to. I have seen the elephants standing along Orchard and thought I would like to have a go. Then someone said there is still one template I could use. I did see the Facebook Fan page but didn’t think I had any time. When I finally did just today, I’d thought I had fun anyway. I see if I can do another few when I get my chores done. Merry Christmas and have a tidy plan and ride off the chaos! Best. Karen Fu
MERRY CHRISTMAS VIDEO – Fireworks ‘caught’ at the door through the eyes of the mobile phone.. December 21, 2009Posted by @Karen_Fu in christmas, video.
Tags: christmas, fireworks, pyrotechnics, video, vivocity
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I was supposed to get back to the viewing area with a proper video camera. Before the show started, I went off to look at some of the green designs nearby at VIVOcity thinking I could easily get back in time. By then I return a little too late to pass the door. It was already jamming soon after I left the area. Jammed with the rest of the crowd with a mobile phone, this was the video I could get…
Happy Hanukkah anyway ! And MERRY CHRISTMAS! ……. Enjoy the view at the waterfront nonetheless. – @karen_fu 21 Dec 2009 Singapore.
Tags: airbus, green, green design, green plane competition 2009
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I’ve promised to post about Green planes and it is later than what I would have liked to post. Anyway the topic is interesting enough to be placed on 2 of my blogs; one of which is this one here at WordPress and the other at Blogger.
Here are the links to the 2 posts about the competition organized by Airbus.They will highlight the various thoughts and issues on green design as well as the videos of the finalists. Click on underlined text to view.
There were 5 final contestants and the winner came from Australia with the runner up team from Singapore. What was commendable of the Singapore team was that the 3 contestants were not PhD students and 2 of them were actually undergraduates who worked on The Solaire Voyagers: Second year Engineering students Vignesh Subramaniam, Muhammad Adil and team leader Louis Lee Wee Boon, a first year Masters student in Materials Science and Engineering.
I’ll leave you to read more about the contest !