Wednesday, September 22, 2010


This picture is outside a cafe or a restaurant because there are chairs and tables outside. There are lots of plants outside the cafe. the floor is covered with pavements.There are four policemen holding their dogs for a walk outside the cafe. I thnk it is during the afternoon as it is very bright and sunny.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

News About James Maslow(:

James David Maslow (born July 16, 1990) is an American actor and singer. He is best known for playing the role of James Diamond on Nickelodeon's Big Time Rush, and is a member of the boy band with the same name.
Maslow was born in New York, and raised in LaJolla, California. Maslow began training as a singer at the age of 6 when his parents made him sing in the San Diego Children's Choir. He attended La Jolla and Torrey Pines elementary schools, Muirlands Middle School, and San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts[3] He had a small role in the San Diego Opera's production of La bohème when he was 10 years old.[3][4][5] He attended acting camp at the La Jolla Playhouse, got his first agent when he was 14, and in high school starred as Danny Zuko in Grease and as Maurius in Les Misérables.[3] He quit the School of Creative and Performing Arts mid-way through the 10th grade and switched to Coronado School of the Arts.[3]
He made his television debut as Shane in the iCarly episode "iSaw Him First".[4] He has a scar on his elbow, which he received while performing a hockey-related stunt for the first episode of Big Time Rush.[6]
Maslow is Jewish.[7] In an interview with Clevver TV, when asked his favorite holiday, he replied Hanukkah.[8]
James will also be starring in an upcoming 2011 film titled Master Tree in which he plays main character Zach, a teenager who lives with his 4 younger siblings in a foster home in Massachusetts. His siblings have no rememberance of their father who abandoned them for a higher class life. Curious of why his father did this, Maslow's character sets out alone with no expenses on a journey across the United States to Los Angeles where he tries to convince his dad to come back and live in the house by the tree that his ancestors planted centuries ago, the tree that he remembered his father would always tell him about before he tucked him in at night as a child

Sunday, August 29, 2010


1. Make sure you are in a right environment - It is important for your
surroundings to be quiet as you focus on your inner thoughts.
This is to enable you to think better without any distractions.
2. Honesty is the best policy - Be 100% honest with yourself. There is no way you are going to learn anything or make any improvements if you do not admit to your weakness.
3. Write it down immediately - There is no point in just thinking about it and not recording it down somewhere.After a reflection, there should be a follow-up action.
4. Analyse what you have written - Take a look at what you have written. Think about how you could improve. Talk to a friend whom you can trust about it if you do not have a ready solution.
5. Action speaks louder than words - There is no point of having a plan when there is no action.

Reflection Of Me :)

Hello! I'm going to write a reflection of myself. I think that Primary school is much easier and i miss my Primary school so much. I was closer to my friends in Primary school than in this current school. But i think that in Secondary school, it is much more fun but my friends are not that close anymore.
Okay, bye!! :)

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Singapore is known to be a Food Paradise with many kinds of local food reflecting our unique multicultural society. Singapore offers everyone a variety of favourites to choose from: Roti Prata, Nasi Briyani, Chicken Rice, Hokkien Mee, and Satay to manyWestern delicacies. The Singaporean salad, or Rojak, is a specialty as it symbolises the mixing of different cultures. The sweet peanut sauce poured over the Rojak salad represents a spirit of unity between different groups of people.
Singapore is a melting pot society where people of different races and religions live together. We celebrate and commemorate various ethnic festivals throughout the year such as Deepavali, Hari Raya Haji and Chinese New Year. It is also common to find churches next to mosques in Singapore. We learn to respect and understand people from different cultures because we live, study and work together with each other.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Dunring the Japanese occupation, nobody puts on air or grace in prison. There were many different races with many different customs and religions, but there were no social distinctions. They showered together daily. The four hundred of us would gather uvder a long water pipe punched full of holes and with a piece of soap in our hands, we would wait for the water to be turned on. The water would flow for a short while then it would be turned off. Once it started again, everyone would be madly busy, scrubbing their emaciated bodies with pieces of rag cut out from gunnysacks. The Japanese were ominous policies of the Japanese was the wartime exploitation of women who provided sexual services and emotional outlet to relive the combat tension. Since the fateful day,we never saw my sister again and till today, i live in extreme revulsion towards the Japanese. The direction of the Japanese Imperial Palace in Tokyo to pay respects to the Japanese emperor Also known as Tenchyo Setsu, was celebrated from a simple acknowledgment of the day to elaborate and colourful parades.