Eating shabu shabu (Japanese steam boat).. click here

Monday, April 12, 2021

UK is easing lockdown rules

 It is very encouraging to hear that UK has decided to lift the coronavirus lockdown and restrictions from  today. This is good news for the travel industries as well as the restaurants,pubs etc in England. Besides, it is also good news for the airlines sectors.

Monday, April 5, 2021

Cases of Covid are going up instead of down

 Now it's reported that there is a third and fourth wave of Covid infection in France, Germany, India and   others. I heard over the news that certain part of India has seen 90,000 new cases a day and 40,000+ in France etc. Lockdowns will be imposed or have already been imposed in the abovementioned places. If the coronavirus infection does not subsided then many airlines including Singapore Airlines and tourism related industries will be badly affected. I also heard that the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius is now in lockdown.
Things aren't getting better. In fact, the future, at least in the next year or so looks pretty bad. Vaccines do not seems to help and so I think we need divine intervention.

Saturday, April 3, 2021

HK prohibits SIA from landing flights for 2 weeks

 According to news report the above period will be from 3 April to 16 April. The reasons were due a   transit passenger tested positive for Covid19 on arrival from Singapore and 3 others whose health   documents were not in order.
 In my opinion, it is unfair as the transit passenger was tested negative before departure. As for the other 3 whose health documents were not in order, it is fair that SIA is partly to blame but not to the extent of a 2 week suspension.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Saturday, March 27, 2021

30th anniversary of SQ 117 Hijack video


I managed to help CNA, ST and Mothership news media to contact Ted the former steward who was involved in the SQ 117 Hijack. Unfortunately, the chief steward who was thrown out of the aircraft did not consent to giving out his contact to the media. It would have been more interesting had he appear in the video to give his account of the incident.

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Toby the ex steward involved in the SQ 117 hijack would like you to join him ......

 Who would’ve guessed I was scheduled to fly in a hijacked plane on a just   another  ordinary day on the 26th Mar 1991?

Who would know we would come to experience a pandemic in this lifetime?

Quote-Unquote by Albert Einstein ~ In the midst of every crisis, lies great opportunity. 

After the eventful day on the 26th Mar, my entire life took a change and of which one, is my career. 

Since, I have joined the world in interior design and have carved a niche in my career from knowing nothing of square feet to mentoring a team of 5 in one of the biggest and most prestigious multi-million design firm. 

If you express any interest in pursuing this rewarding career, please PM me at 9450-7363. 

You will not fly solo but will be guided through your SNY.  Class room and field trainings will be provided for the non experienced. You only need to bring with you the RIGHT ATTITUDE, a POSITIVE MINDSET and HUNGER for success. 

DESIGN WON’T SAVE THE WORLD.  BUT IT DAMN SURE MAKES IT LOOK GOOD 😊

Monday, March 22, 2021

LUNCH WITH JUN EP12 - Retired Capt Freddie Koh talks about the shock and...



I put this video here because I know Capt Freddie Koh. He is an unassuming man who is incredibly nice to the cabin crew. He is soft spoken and never pull rank on us. I respect Capt Freddie Koh and like his mannerism. I wish him good health and happiness in his retirement.

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Removal of photos

 You may wonder why some of the images of ex crew posted here have disappeared.
  I've removed them due to objection from one of them.
  Thank you for your understanding.

Sunday, March 14, 2021

Singapore may reopen borders by year-end, says PM Lee in BBC interview

 SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in a TV interview he hoped Singapore would start reopening its borders by the end of the year as more countries ramp up vaccination drives against COVID-19 infections.

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