Haha, sorry for the pun. Well, where have U been? Recently, I went to Pulau Ubin (pronounced- oobeen), the second largest island in Singapore, and participated in a workshop called Young Hearts for Conservation. It was really nice to be away from the concrete jungle and not hear the sounds of cars. On Pulau Ubin, I… Continue reading Where have U Bin?
Li-Ann’s Trip To Ubin
Some things I learned - Learn about science- learn about leaves - I should not feed animals because it's dangerous: the animals will think that humans bring them food, so when they see humans, they will grab bags from people, thinking that there is food inside. I saw a wild pig eating food that someone left… Continue reading Li-Ann’s Trip To Ubin
Young Hearts for Conservation-Pulau Ubin
Who would have thought that in going to Pulau Ubin, I would get to see how dirty our beaches actually are, experience the process of reforestation and find out how NParks takes care of all the parks and forests in Singapore. Initially on the first day, I was a bit disappointed as we spent the morning… Continue reading Young Hearts for Conservation-Pulau Ubin