Hurray, the water near Pulau Ubin is no longer brown 'teh-o' coloured, like it was last week. Let's hope this means there is less of a risk of a plankton bloom and mass fish deaths.
Imagine Ubin Leafmonkey Workshop, as well as to test The Drone!
Alas, our much anticipated plans to feast on Sunday-only Ubin-only Lontong were thwarted. Pak Ali's shop was closed! We were devastated. This is also a sign of how threatened some of our favourite Ubin food and activities are becoming. Fortunately, Kwan Siong brought us to the only other stall at Ubin Town that serves breakfast. And even luckier, Ley Kun had packed super delicious super chocolatey cake that kept us all going well until lunch time.
The trip was really inspiring as we discussed and planned a wide variety of exciting upcoming programmes.
Including the Imagine Ubin Workshop!
What is this workshop about? Pulau Ubin is close to the hearts of many nature lovers and volunteers in Singapore. In response to the upcoming ‘Ubin Project’ chaired by Minister of State Desmond Lee, we hope to contribute to the future plans of Pulau Ubin by offering our ideas and aspirations for the island through this workshop.
This halfday workshop will start with a working visit around Ubin, followed by lunch and brainstorming of ideas, all on Pulau Ubin itself. We hope to inspire more productive discussions and creative ideas through immersing ourselves in the sights, smells and tastes of Ubin! Discussions and ideas from the workshop will then be compiled and shared with the ‘Ubin Project’.
Date: 27 April 2014, Sunday
Time: 9 am - 2 pm
Venue: Pulau Ubin
More information and registration on the Leafmonkey Workshop. All are welcome. Come join us!