Tag Archives: Chek Jawa

From the West to the East, from mangroves to seagrasses.

Had a most enjoyable day last Saturday, 21 September 2013, one of the most awesome Saturdays one could ever ask for. I woke up bright and early to head to Kranji East mangroves for International Coastal Cleanup Singapore’s annual cleanup. … Continue reading

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Nostalgia at Chek Jawa and Cyrene

I went to Chek Jawa (24 May) and Cyrene Reef (25 May) the days before the Festival of Biodiversity, and while I was there, I was feeling very nostalgic and sentimental. I’ve been to both places often enough (though of … Continue reading

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The Seagrasses of Chek Jawa

I woke up bright and early to go Chek Jawa with TeamSeagrass last Sunday (13 May 2012). For the last time (in a long while). First to greet us upon reaching Chek Jawa Visitor Centre are the Wild Boars (Sus … Continue reading

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Insights into the history of conservation in Singapore

I was very very glad to have been able to attend Professor Leo Tan’s talk entitled “You Live Your Belief” last Wednesday, 25 April. It was hosted at the NUS Shaw Foundation Alumni House Auditorium as it was actually an alumni … Continue reading

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Tears at Chek Jawa in 2001

This was first posted at the Singapore Memory Portal on 14 March at 12.30am. I remember bits of Chek Jawa, back when there was no Visitor Centre and no boardwalk, when Chek Jawa was “discovered” by Joseph Lai in 2001. … Continue reading

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Chek Jawa! Finally (:

Another backdated post. Meant to post it soon after it happened, but didn’t manage to. I really need to make blogging a priority. Anyway, after at least a year, I finally went back to Chek Jawa with Team Seagrass on … Continue reading

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