I was invited to be a guest blogger for Singapore’s blogger community webpage, one of the recent projects of the Ministry of Information, Culture and Arts (MICA). While I am not a Singaporean nor a resident of this charming country, my previous entries spoke how much I liked doing the tourist-y and non-tourist-y stuff there. I do join five other bloggers who would share about working in Singapore (Peter Breitkreutz of AussiePete), events (Kenny Sia), food (Leslie Tay of I eat I shoot I post), expat living (Neil Humphreys), and arts and heritage (Nicole Frank).
(How to map a culturally enriching Chinatown experience? I invite you to read the entire post here.)
When I was about to draft my first article, the corners of its Chinatown zoomed on me and I guess that just goes to show that it is one of my most memorable spots there. Later on, I realized that it is just in time to write about it for the Chinese New Year.
As you visit the blogger community webpage, you will notice the red and green (empty) thumbnails along the existing guest bloggers. Apparently, an exciting contest is up for all Singaporeans and non-Singaporean permanent residents. At stake are all expenses paid stay in Singapore, iPads, and a chance to be our co-blogger in www.BlogFriends.sg. More contest details here.
Related post: Colour Me Happy, Singapore!