Vine might be dead, but the anticipation for today’s activities keep the six second clip on replay in my mind. Like the small child who looked out at the daunting ocean, I felt the sameContinue reading
When you first learn about morality, you learn that stealing is wrong. Macaques have no morals.
Four-hundred feet above tiny Singapore, we gaze out onto a green Pacific dotted with cargo ships as far as the eye can reach. Below, an industrial scene stretches infinitely westward, where crimson and navy shipping containers stacked one upon the other create a colorblocked maze, and the green silhouettes of cranes loom above the horizon.
In honor of Dr. Dan Rittschof’s recent Birthday, here are 5 ways to spend your Birthday in Singapore.
Every day is an adventure in the Urban Tropical Ecology course, with most days averaging over 12 km of walking. Today, we took more of a turtle’s pace, slowing down to smell the roses.
The Durian fruit is hated in Singapore. I was not a fan either.
Bright and early at 8 am, 12 sleepy adventurers and their two fearless leaders headed to the bus stop for Kent Ridge Park, a beautiful tropical paradise situated right between high-rise apartment buildings on the southwestern edge of Singapore.