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  1. Lovely Tight Build. Small footprint and completely silent. With only the CPU fan, this noctua is barely audible running at max rpm. Build took over a month sourcing cheapest parts all over the net. Went SLS but it can no longer win online prices. Minor hiccup in the build process was the stock BIOS not booting 5600G. Had to tear out everything , bring it to shop and update. Never skipped a beat since then. CPU runs hot at 38°-55° idle/low load, and hits 95° on Prime95 test. Apparently it is by design, but will monitor and reseat cooler in a few months if necessary. Build Specs: AMD Ryzen 5600G with Vega 7 iGPU Asrock B550M-ITX mamaboard Noctua NH-L9a 37mm Height Cooler to clear the case dimensions Crucial Ballistix 2x8GB DDR4 3200 CL16 Inwin Chopin PRO SFF Casing with 200W 80+ Gold PSU WD SN750 SE Gen 4 NVMe M.2 Reused SSD and HDD
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  2. Yes, sai bin chao ah gua, anything else? Y keep avoiding the truth dat chiu r a pathetic sai bin cag? Wahaha song boh?
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  3. SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - A rare five-room Housing and Development Board (HDB) loft unit at SkyTerrace @ Dawson has been sold for $1.328 million. The price translates to $1,011 psf on the floor area. The Option to Purchase (OTP) was exercised on Nov 22 and the sellers were represented by Lois Ho, associate group director of PropNex Realty. Read also: Dawson HDB flats cross million-dollar threshold soon after MOP The sale of the 1,313 sq ft, duplex HDB unit is the most expensive resale flat sold so far this year, based on HDB resale caveats as of Nov 29. It also marks the most expensive resale flat that has ever been sold at SkyTerrace @ Dawson and neighbouring SkyVille @ Dawson. The HDB loft unit is at Block 92 Dawson Road and occupies the 42nd and 43rd floors. According to Ho, there are only 26 such loft units available in SkyTerrace @ Dawson, making them a rare type of unit in the 758-unit development. PropNex agent Lois Ho in the living room of the HDB loft unit she sold. (Picture: Lois Ho/PropNex Realty) “This is an uncommon unit type that is rarely included in recent HDB projects. Some interested buyers even wondered if the sellers had configured the layout by themselves. Loft units are typically found in private condos and this particular HDB unit boasts an impressively high 5.4m ceiling height,” says Ho. (Find HDB flats for rent or sale with our Singapore HDB directory) The unit also benefits from its high floor position which provides an unblocked view of the landed housing estates in nearby Tanglin. The flat features two bedrooms on the lower floor and a bedroom on the upper floor. According to Ho, the sellers decided to put up the unit for sale in the first quarter of this year, but the fluctuating Covid situation made it difficult to actively market the property. Ho also felt that it was important to arrange physical viewings for serious buyers. “For a unique property such as this HDB loft unit, it is necessary for buyers to experience the space and the rare layout. I felt that factors such as the serenity of the unit and the impressive view were critical features those serious buyers needed to experience first-hand,” she says. She adds that this helps buyers understand why they should be prepared to pay a high premium for this unit compared to other five-room flats in the development. The bedroom on the upper floor of the unit which features a 5.4m ceiling. (Picture: Lois Ho/PropNex Realty) By mid-October, she and the sellers felt that the Covid situation in Singapore had stabilised enough to start scheduling physical viewings. Ho says that she received an overwhelming amount of interest for the HDB flat. Interest was so great that she was unable to schedule enough viewings to meet the number of viewing requests she received. She says that the buyer of this loft unit submitted multiple offers to purchase the property. “The buyer was wowed by the double volume space and spacious living room when they came to visit the flat”. The initial offers did not cross the $1.3 million price threshold as only two other low-floor loft units had been transacted before at SkyTerrace @ Dawson. The most recent was another 1,313 sq ft unit in the same block that fetched $1.095 million ($834 psf) on June 23 this year. “Eventually, a firm belief in the value of the property and the physical viewings paid off because the sellers accepted the $1.328 million offer. The transaction was also a nice birthday gift for the seller’s wife, and in Cantonese, the digits of the price translate to ‘Easy to prosper throughout life,” says Ho. Many of the serious buyers were aware that they would be paying a premium for the unit, given the property’s outstanding attributes such as its central location, spacious size, penthouse lifestyle and rarity, says Ho. The view of the Tanglin landed housing areas from the top of SkyVille @ Dawson. (Picture: Albert Chua/The Edge Singapore) While the actual Cash Over Valuation (COV) paid by the buyer is confidential, the amount is likely around $100,000, says Ho. COV represents the difference between the resale price of an HDB flat and the actual valuation by HDB. The sale of this five-room loft will likely spur some sellers at SkyTerrace @ Dawson and SkyVille @ Dawson to increase their price, however, there are very few five-room units in these developments that are up for sale. Most of the units from these two developments that are on the resale market are four-room units,” says Ho.
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  4. really using all sort of ghost words to con investors. 47 yrs left on the lease and still have to undertake refurbishment is jin kumgong investment. more practical is add another 99 yrs onto the lease, confirm sure got kumgong takers. but give limpeh sell this project to my good friend sherman, his laopeh sure give him another sgd1.9bln to burn one. wahahahahaha
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  5. this KGK already BLUR like these sotong liao ... u still ask him jiak turtle soup. later haven't put inside and pew pew already like the turtle head go into hiding liao ... jin sad life sia whahahahaahahaha
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  7. Bark bark @socrates469bc your type? Dont be shy
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  8. kgb ah soh jiu shi kgb ah soh Go market every morning jjww the same thing buey sianz still cum here jjww again wahaha Tomy say one
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  9. Ya he fire missile barrage he Jin happy. If he drink the soup he fire the star forge already
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  10. SINGAPORE - Two imported Covid-19 cases have preliminarily tested positive for the Omicron variant on Thursday (Dec 2), the Ministry of Health (MOH) said. Both cases were isolated upon arrival in Singapore on Wednesday, and had not interacted in the community. "There is currently no evidence of any community transmission from these cases," said MOH in a statement on Thursday. The ministry added that both cases are currently recovering in isolation wards at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases. They are fully vaccinated, and have mild symptoms of cough and scratchy throat. Both cases arrived from Johannesburg on board Singapore Airlines flight SQ479 on Wednesday. The first case is a 44-year-old Singapore permanent resident who was travelling from Mozambique and transited in Johannesburg. He had tested negative for Covid-19 in his pre-departure test in Mozambique on Nov 29. The second case is a 41-year-old Singaporean woman who travelled from South Africa. She had tested negative for Covid-19 in her pre-departure test in Johannesburg on Nov 29. “They had undergone a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test upon arrival in Singapore and were immediately conveyed to a Stay-Home Notice (SHN) dedicated facility to be isolated while awaiting their test results,” said MOH. Their PCR test results revealed the presence of S-gene Target Failure, which may be associated with the Omicron variant, the ministry added. MOH said the National Public Health Laboratory is conducting whole genome sequencing to confirm if the two cases had indeed contracted the Omicron variant. The remaining 19 passengers on the same flight have tested negative for Covid-19, said MOH, adding that contact tracing is ongoing. All 19 were quarantined at designated facilities upon arrival and did a PCR test. They will have to do another PCR test when their 10-day SHN is over. Other close contacts will also be placed on 10-day quarantine and undergo PCR tests at the start and end of their quarantine, said MOH. “All patients suspected or confirmed to be infected with the Omicron variant will be sent to NCID for isolation and clinical management. Home recovery will not apply,” the ministry added. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/health/2-imported-covid-19-cases-in-spore-test-preliminarily-positive-for-omicron-variant
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  11. SYDNEY/JAKARTA, Dec 1 (Reuters) - China told Indonesia to stop drilling for oil and natural gas in maritime territory that both countries regard as their own during a months-long standoff in the South China Sea earlier this year, four people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The unprecedented demand, which has not previously been reported, elevated tensions over natural resources between the two countries in a volatile area of global strategic and economic importance. One letter from Chinese diplomats to Indonesia's foreign ministry clearly told Indonesia to halt drilling at a temporary offshore rig because it was taking place in Chinese territory, according to Muhammad Farhan, an Indonesian lawmaker on parliament's national security committee, which was briefed on the letter. "Our reply was very firm, that we are not going to stop the drilling because it is our sovereign right," Farhan told Reuters. A spokesman for Indonesia's foreign ministry said: "Any diplomatic communication between states is private in nature and its content cannot be shared." He declined further comment. China's foreign ministry, defence ministry and embassy in Indonesia's capital Jakarta did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Three other people, who said they were briefed on the matter, confirmed the existence of the letter. Two of those people said China made repeated demands that Indonesia stop drilling. Southeast Asia's biggest nation says the southern end of the South China Sea is its exclusive economic zone under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and named the area as the North Natuna Sea in 2017. During a months-long standoff at sea, China demanded Indonesia stop drilling for oil and gas at the Tuna Block in the South China Sea, an area which both countries say is part of their sovereign territory. China objected to the name change and insists the waterway is within its expansive territorial claim in the South China Sea that it marks with a U-shaped "nine-dash line," a boundary found to have no legal basis by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague in 2016. "It (the letter) was a bit threatening because it was the first effort of China's diplomats to push their nine-dash line agenda against our rights under the Law of the Sea," Farhan told Reuters. China is Indonesia's biggest trade partner and second-largest source of investment, making it a key part of Indonesia's ambition to become a top-tier economy. Indonesian leaders kept quiet about the matter in order to avoid conflict or a diplomatic spat with China, Farhan and two of the other people who spoke to Reuters said. Farhan said that China, in a separate letter, also protested against the predominantly land-based Garuda Shield military exercises in August, which took place during the standoff. The exercises, involving 4,500 troops from the United States and Indonesia, have been a regular event since 2009. This was China's first protest against them, according to Farhan. "In their formal letter, the Chinese government was expressing their concern about the security stability in the area," he said. TENSIONS AT SEA Within days of the Noble Clyde Boudreaux semi-submersible rig arriving at the Tuna Block in the Natuna Sea to drill two appraisal wells on June 30, a Chinese Coast Guard vessel was at the scene, according to ship movement data. It was soon joined by an Indonesian Coast Guard vessel. Over the next four months, Chinese and Indonesian ships shadowed each other around the oil and gas field, frequently coming within 1 nautical mile of each other, according to an analysis of ship identification data and satellite imagery by the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI), a project run by the U.S.-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Data and images reviewed by AMTI and the Indonesia Ocean Justice Initiative (IOJI), a Jakarta-based independent think-tank, shows a Chinese research ship, Haiyang Dizhi 10, arrived in the area in late August, spending most of the next seven weeks moving slowly in a grid pattern of the adjacent D-Alpha Block, an oil and gas reserve also in contested waters, valued at $500 billion by Indonesian government studies. "Based on the pattern of movement, nature, and ownership of the vessel, it looked like it was conducting a scientific survey of the D-Alpha reserve," said Jeremia Humolong, a researcher at the IOJI. On Sept. 25, the American aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan came within 7 nautical miles of the Tuna Block drilling rig. "This is the first observed instance of a U.S. aircraft carrier operating in such proximity to an ongoing standoff" in the South China Sea, AMTI said in a report published in November. Four Chinese warships were also deployed to the area, according to the IOJI and local fishermen. A spokesman for the U.S. Navy's Carrier Strike Group 5/Task Force 70 declined to disclose the carrier's distance from the rig. 'NEVER SURRENDER' China is in negotiations with 10 Southeast Asian states, including Indonesia, to hammer out a code of conduct for the South China Sea, a waterway rich in natural resources carrying at least $3.4 trillion in annual trade. The talks, under the auspices of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), restarted this year after being stopped due to the pandemic. Beijing's increasingly aggressive stance in the South China Sea has sparked concern in Jakarta, four sources told Reuters. Indonesia has not made any formal claim to areas of the South China Sea under United Nations rules, believing the extent of its waters is already clearly set by international law. Chinese president Xi Jinping has tried to play down tensions between it and Southeast Asian states, telling a China-ASEAN leaders summit last month that China "absolutely will not seek hegemony or even less, bully the small" in the region. Farhan told Reuters Indonesia's government played down the tension of the standoff publicly. Its leaders wanted to be "as silent as possible because, if it was leaked to any media, it would create a diplomatic incident," he said. The temporary rig operated until Nov. 19, after which it went to Malaysian waters. Indonesian security minister Mahfud M.D. went to the Natuna Sea last week. He said his visit had nothing to do with China, but said in a public statement that Indonesia would "never surrender an inch" of territory. The drilling was completed on time, according to a spokesman for Harbour Energy, the operator of the Tuna Block. In a similar confrontation with China in 2017, Vietnam abandoned exploration activities. Harbour Energy is expected to issue an update on the drilling results on Dec. 9. https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/exclusive-china-protested-indonesian-drilling-military-exercises-2021-12-01/
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  12. SINGAPORE - Some 70,000 people who took two Sinovac or Sinopharm jabs have till Dec 31 to get their third dose in order to keep their fully vaccinated status from Jan 1, while the grace period for children turning 13 next year to get fully vaccinated has been extended by two months to March 1. The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday (Dec 2) said reminder SMSes have been sent to persons who had taken their second dose of the Sinovac-CoronaVac or Sinopharm vaccines three months ago. They have to get their third dose before Dec 31, or their vaccination status will revert to "vaccination in progress" from Jan 1 next year. This means that they will be subject to vaccination-differentiated safe management measures (VDS) that restricts them from going to shopping malls or libraries. MOH "strongly encouraged" this group to opt for an mRNA vaccine - such as the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine - for their third dose, unless they are medically ineligible to do so. Otherwise, they should get a third dose of the same vaccine - Sinovac or Sinopharm - they received for the first two doses. The ministry added that those who had an allergic reaction to the first dose of an mRNA vaccine and opted for Sinovac for their second dose should continue with Sinovac for the third dose. This third dose of Sinovac must be taken 28 days after their second dose for them to maintain their fully vaccinated status. Details on the requirements for those who received mixed vaccine combinations, or recovered individuals who took Sinovac or Sinopharm vaccines, can be found at this website. MOH also announced a grace period for children born in 2009 to get vaccinated. VDS will apply to children turning 13 next year. For them, the concession to do a pre-event test in lieu of being fully vaccinated will be extended from Jan 1 next year to March 1. MOH had previously said the option for unvaccinated individuals to do pre-event testing to enter settings or participate in activities where VDS applies will be removed at the start of next year. The ministry said the two-month extension is to give the children sufficient time to get their full series of jabs.
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  13. u dun CAG la always go parklane. mus well u enroll urself in that skool beside, grow a pair of balls upgrade urself abit rah.
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  14. MOH "strongly encouraged" this group to opt for an mRNA vaccine strongly encouraged mean no F given
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  15. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/p/antstream-arcade--epic-welcome-pack
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  16. 47yr left already very bad and it make it worst it Conserved landmark
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  17. no wor, just want to open Chrome very fast only
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  18. zz must understand the old kumgong tiong investment fallacy.
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  19. It's still a pigeon hole on limited lease. Why some people fail to see this point.
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  20. Wah this one is like a balloon wrapped with some shrink wrap!
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  21. That's practically impossible for me to avoid!!!
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  22. The head of drugmaker Moderna said he believes the Omicron variant is "highly infectious" and it is "highly possible" the effectiveness of vaccines is decreasing - adding that boosters may need a "double" dose to provide the best protection. Chief executive of the COVID vaccine creator Stephane Bancel said the new strain is overtaking Delta in South Africa at a faster rate than previously seen. "It took around four months for Delta to take over Beta, and it seems it's taking just a couple weeks for this new variant to take over Delta," he told CNBC. The new mutation - first identified by researchers in southern Africa - is believed to be already present in most countries. Albert Bourla, chief executive of rival vaccine maker Pfizer/BioNTech said he was "very confident" the jab works against all known mutations of coronavirus, including Omicron. However, he said his firm has already started making a new vaccine against the variant, adding: "Within 95 days basically we will have a new vaccine." Both stressed that more data is needed to fully understand whether B.1.1.529 is more contagious or resistant to vaccines. Mr Bancel said: "Given the large number of mutations, it is highly possible that the efficacy of the vaccine, all of them, is going down. But we need to wait for the data to know if this is true, and how much is it going down." The high number of mutations on the protein spike the virus uses to infect human cells could mean existing vaccines need to be modified. He said a higher dose booster jab would be the "first line of defence". More data needed "We've lowered the dose of a booster of a current vaccine, and so we have a lot of safety data showing that we could go back to a higher microgram dose at double the dose of a current vaccine, which should provide better protection than the third dose booster at 50 micrograms," he said. "So that's the first line of defence, actionable right away." Mr Bancel's remarks appeared to renew jitters on the financial markets after Omicron caused disruption last Friday. Pharmaceutical firms were among the losers, in a broad sell-off across Europe on Tuesday, with the FTSE 100 in London down by 1.4% in morning deals. The European Union is already preparing for the possibility vaccines may need to be tweaked. European Medicines Agency (EMA) executive director Emer Cooke said: "Were there a need to change the existing vaccines, we could be in a position to have those approved within three to four months." Meanwhile, when asked about the prospect of developing new vaccines, Sage member Professor Paul Moss told Sky News: "Well, as you know, the companies have already started - the gene has been cloned, but typically talking around 100 days. "We've learned so much in the last 18 months - nobody felt we would get a vaccine within a year when the pandemic started, and we did - we got several." It comes as the head of the UK's Health Security Agency urged people not to socialise if they do not need to. Dr Jenny Harries told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that even if our "vaccines appear to be effective, but we find that the variant is more highly transmissible, having lowish grade infection, but in very large numbers of the population, (it) could still be a significant impact on our hospitals." She added: "If we all decrease our social contacts a little bit, actually that helps to keep the variant at bay." Some 14 cases of the variant have so far been identified across the UK, though experts expect this number to rise in the coming days.
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  23. With the leaps and bounds made in technology, there is no denying that people’s lives have gotten easier. You can do so much with it and achieve even more. One of the most well-known technology, among many others, is VR (virtual reality). Three years ago, the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (电子科技大学) actively encouraged students to use VR. However, they may be regretting it now. Apparently, a student recently used VR to watch porn while masturbating in a public toilet. Male university students got a huge surprise when they walked into the public toilet. First off, there was a student standing in a cubicle with the door wide open. Not only was he openly masturbating with his pants down, while wearing a VR headset. No one is sure if the student forgot to close the door before excitedly jumping into the virtual world. Perhaps he did, but failed to close the door properly. Either way, whoever walked into the toilet was treated to quite a sight. According to the netizen who reported the matter, no one else was in the toilet during the incident. We can definitely understand why. Photos and videos of the student were uploaded to the internet, sealing his fate. As a fellow student aptly summarised: “(Either way), it’s a social death.” The news, which has spread widely among the students has generated much laughter and lewd comments. The university has a variety of VR tech at the students disposal, such as a VR library and VR gaming. However, they may be changing their policy on VR soon, thanks to this incident. Enjoying VR porn isn’t uncommon. However, enjoying it to the point of forgetting your surroundings may not be such a good idea. Always be aware, folks!
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  25. (Bloomberg) — Even before the new omicron variant forced the delay of several vaccinated travel lanes, Singapore’s grand reopening was off to a slow start. Despite the social media hype and initial bookings rush, the number of people actually traveling using the city-state’s quarantine-free travel lanes is surprisingly few, according to Bloomberg calculations based on Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore data. Some 20,510 travelers received approval to enter Singapore since the first travel lanes kicked off in early September through Nov. 26, just 12.5% of the around 164,500 people theoretically allowed in under the nation’s daily quotas. Including Singapore citizens, permanent residents and children aged 12 and below who don’t need to apply for re-entry approval, that figure rises to 37,001, still only 22.5% of the total possible. While omicron will start to be reflected in carriers’ schedules in coming days, Singapore’s recovery already ranked the slowest among major countries in the Asia-Pacific region, OAG data show. A spokesperson from the Ministry of Transport didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. While no-one expected the floodgates to open right away and the daily quotas put a natural cap on visitors, the numbers coming in on the vaccinated travel lanes average out to less than 500 people a day, a far cry from the more than 181,600 travelers who used to stream through Changi Airport 365 days a year pre-Covid. “The numbers aren’t all that fantastic,” said Mohshin Aziz, director of the Pangolin Aviation Recovery Fund, which invests in aviation-related businesses. “The first to travel will be those who need to see family or who are going borderline insane with the travel curbs. But after that, reality will sink in very quickly” considering the high cost of air tickets and Covid tests. Omicron “creates an additional layer of anxiety,” he said. It’s not just the expense of travel during a pandemic — rapid result Covid tests at some airports in Europe run to almost 300 euro ($315) a pop — but the uncertainty of travel that’s putting people off. Even before omicron blasted onto the front pages, Covid cases were rising at an alarming rate in Europe, sparking fresh lockdowns in parts of the continent. One of the earliest places that Singapore announced a vaccinated travel lane with was Germany, where new infections have been hitting records. In Europe, Singapore also has vaccinated travel lanes with the U.K., Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Denmark and France. Freezing weather — Arctic blasts have left parts of the U.K. without power — and a winter ski season under threat from potential lockdowns for a second year has made the prospect of flying 12 hours across the globe only to be hit with frigid temperatures and lifestyle curbs less appealing. The risk of travel in a pandemic was only reinforced by the emergence of the new variant, which triggered a cascade of various travel curbs — even though its severity is yet to be determined. By Monday, several countries had started to raise their drawbridges, with Israel and Japan banning foreigners and others limiting entry to travelers from parts of southern Africa, where the new strain was first identified. The number of airline seats offered on flights from Singapore, which doesn’t have a domestic market, was about 22% of pre-Covid levels for the week of Nov. 22, the OAG data show. Singapore Airlines Ltd. said earlier this month it expects to be at just 43% of pre-Covid capacity by the end of December. And while capacity on flights to Australia picked up in the weeks after two-way quarantine-free travel was allowed, it’s still well under half of what it was pre-pandemic. Some of the same factors that are keeping people in Singapore from rushing toward the departure gates are holding back would-be visitors to the city-state, too. The cost of vaccinated travel lane flights, the price of Covid tests and the restrictions on daily life after arrival are putting many people off coming to the island nation, Hannah Pearson, the Kuala Lumpur-based director of tourism consultancy Pear Anderson, said. Most visitors to Singapore on vaccinated travel lane flights must take a Covid test upon arrival at the airport for around S$160 ($117). “What happens if you’re a family of six? You can’t eat out. What are you going to do? You’re still not getting this full travel experience,” she said, referencing the fact that local rules in Singapore currently restrict dining to groups of five. Singapore, where you can drive the length of the island in under two hours, also typically isn’t a place where travelers spend much time, she said. Many tourists use the nation as a transit destination en route to Europe or Australia, often never leaving the airport. “If you’re going to all that trouble to go to Singapore, to go anywhere really, you want to stay more than a few days,” Anderson said. “The long-haul market would probably use Singapore as a hub” however the more countries you visit, “the more border restrictions you’re going to bump into,” she said. Even travel within Asia using Singapore’s vaccinated travel lanes, which now extend to Malaysia and will soon encompass Sri Lanka, Thailand and Cambodia, isn’t cheap. People board a bus in Singapore on November 29, 2021, under the VTL for border-crossing passengers to Malaysia's Johor (PHOTO: AFP/Roslan RAHMAN) Mohshin, who was on one of the first vaccinated travel lane flights to Kuala Lumpur on Monday, said the cost of a round-trip ticket to Malaysia’s capital, plus forking out for the numerous Covid tests at either end, can rival a fare to a Europe. “If you’re traveling with kids, it’s too costly. It’s too taxing,” he said. “What’s the justification of getting swabbed four times and spending money on that?” There’s also the risk that unless Singapore acts swiftly to protect its own borders, omicron enters and spreads substantially in the densely populated city-state, causing other countries to turn their backs on the nation, further thwarting efforts to open up. “To me that’s what we want to avoid,” Associate Professor Alex Cook, vice-dean of research at the National University of Singapore’s Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, said. “I’m not convinced that we need to stop it from getting into the country, but we want to avoid other people blocking the border, turning from Singapore.”
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  26. If not kumgong, only see $$ and people as numbers, then how will they get a kumgong nation to vote for them?
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  27. tiagong kgk xdd always misfire 2 minutes into jdrama. afterwards have to sleep 2hrs. told kgk xdd to lim more herbal mutton soup but kgk xdd too kumgong to listen. wahahahahahhah
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  28. I watch to warm up my xdd b4 he fire missile barrage in atb gf mah wahaha
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  29. I nv post abt my atb gf means nv find her? Finding my atbgf is as normal as brushing my teeth. Chiu see me post abt brushing my teeth? wahaha jin kg sia
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  30. Singapore was recognized for its pricey lifestyle today in an annual study. The tiny island with over five million people vaulted from fourth to second to tie with Paris as the world’s most expensive city to live, according to The Economist. Israel’s capital Tel Aviv topped the Worldwide Cost of Living survey conducted by the newspaper’s research arm and published Wednesday. Rounding out the top 10, in descending order, were Zurich, Hong Kong, New York, Geneva, Copenhagen, Los Angeles, and Osaka. The poll found the rate of inflation across the cities has “accelerated” since the pandemic began, rising to 3.5% from 1.9% last year, and 2.8% in 2019. It is the fastest rate recorded in the past five years. The survey compiled prices for more than 200 goods and services including recreation, petrol, and tobacco in 173 cities, 40 more than last year. Researchers noted the prices of products and services from a range of stores. The data was then converted to US dollars and compared to New York as the base line. In last year’s survey, Paris, Zurich and Hong Kong shared the No. 1 spot. According to the findings, Tel Aviv climbed to the top on the back of a strong New Shekel, which has driven higher transport and grocery prices. Meanwhile, at the bottom of the list, war torn Damascus and Tripoli were among the cheapest cities in the world. Image: Economist Intelligence Unit Image: Economist Intelligence Unit
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  32. sounds like something our kgk xdd @HarrisY will do.
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  33. after lim milo and jiak crackers, remember to take ur meds. @Chestnut mm, pls make sure ur ah lao take his meds.
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