Archive for the 'Off-air' Category

A cover of Kim Huat’s One Singapore cover

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

YouTube link: http://youtu.be/CUgXCjCO3Gc (actual song starts at 30 seconds)
celestialrainafall89 made this video as a tribute to Kim Huat’s rendition of NDP 2013’s One Singapore. I think she did a great job and Kim Huat would have been impressed.
We are flattered! Thanks ah!

Daiyaku draws our Pacific Lim podcast!

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Check out this drawing done by @daiyaku inspired by our Pacific Lim podcast! Coolness!

It’s London in the house, yo!

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

After months of pre-trip preparations and countless rehearsals, it’s finally time to leave for London! As you may already know, the mrbrown show team was invited to participate in Singapore Day, London.
Here’s a few pictures of the excited team before they left :

I wonder if you know…

if there’s Bata in London

Excited […]

the mrbrown show is topic for an academic paper!

Monday, March 31st, 2008

Eva Tang Hsiang-yi, from National Cheng Chi University in Taiwan, presented a paper at the Conference on Convergence, Citizen Journalism & Social Change held in the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
You can download and read the PDF version of her paper.
The mrbrown team is very touched that someone bothered to plow through more than 500 […]

Road Trip: New Zealand Day 7 - Muriwai Beach

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2007

I check out Muriwai Beach west of Auckland, where a large garnet colony gathers before migration.

Road Trip: New Zealand Day 5 - Mount Eden at night

Monday, August 20th, 2007

We admired Auckland at night from the highest natural point in Auckland, Mount Eden. The lights were pretty and the view breathtaking, but dammit, it was cold.

Road Trip: New Zealand Day 3

Saturday, August 18th, 2007

Ryan and I had a pleasant time on the SIA flight to Auckland. Though the entertainment system was the older, smaller one, the time went by very fast with the selection. Though they really should not have a link to movies that don’t have a trailer.
Our 10 hours flight went smoothly. I reckon that the […]

Road Trip: San Francisco Day 4 - Muir Woods and Tomasso’s

Friday, August 3rd, 2007

We decided to go North this time, having explored the South of San Francisco and San Jose. We drove up to the Golden Gate Bridge and took many photos of that landmark.

What was striking about San Francisco is the number of people who cycle. There are bike lanes everywhere, and people cycle to work, to […]

Road Trip: San Francisco Day 3 - Monterey

Friday, August 3rd, 2007

We drove out south towards Monterey and had lunch at their FIsherman’s Wharf, at a British Pub there. Monterey is a pretty town, host of pop music festivals and art galleries. There is a cannery there that used to be a sardine cannery but is now a marine conservation area and a touristy shopping mall.
The […]

Road Trip: San Francisco Day 4 - Muir Woods

Friday, August 3rd, 2007

We did a little hiking in Muir Woods and it reminded us of army days, but with better weather and nicer insects.
We also thought it would be a great place to shoot a movie.
Video taken with an N95 kindly supplied by our sponsor, Nokia