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I went for the Singapore Experiential Tour, 1 of the 3 things I have to complete in order to become a Singapore citizen. I took Bus 16 from TJC to SMU, saw daddy waiting there.

We walked to National Museum of Singapore. We were given lanyards to put on so we could be identified easily. We went through this Singapore Historical Gallery. It was boring. I was also a little annoyed by the tour guide Irene's lisp and because I knew most of the things alrdy.

We took a coach to Urban Redevlopment Authority. Daddy was given 2 free admission tickets to the museum. Students have free admission so I was given any. We were guided by an older facilitator Marcia Ho. The tour there was also not very interesting. We had our tea break. I think that Singapore treats new citizens well, but is this where the tax goes?

We took the coach to Parliament House. It was damn cool. The facil was damn funny too. Quotes from her include "If you walk from here to there, you can see that LKY grows younger, has more hair and less wrinkles." when we were looking at the corridor with the pictures of the Parliament,"If an MP comes early, he can't put tissue paper on the seat beside Lee Hsien Loong, he has to follow the seating arrangement." and "There's no 933, there's only one channel which is the Parliament House." I also learned of the existence of the Speaker. The 1st and 2nd Speaker were Caucasians, 3rd and 4th were Indians, 5th and 6th were Chinese and now he's a Malay, but all males :( The facil also said,"The Speaker has to be a Singapore citizen. Now that you have become a Singapore citizen, you are one step closer to becoming Speaker. And if you do become a Speaker, do not forget me." Haha. The old Speaker's chair brought from the old Parliament House was made in 1955(?) was made by Robinsons and it's still in good shape. THE SPEAKER IS SO COOL. :D If we go for sittings, we need to bow to the Speaker before we sit down and before we go for toilet breaks.


I watched City Hunter Ep 1 just now. I haven't calmed down yet. So cruel :(


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