New Student Orientation is intended as a series of educational activities for families and students to help with a successful transition to the campus life and its culture. However, in Singapore, the long preserved tradition become educationally twisted somehow, especially with this year’s games at the National University of Singapore (NUS) which being the most lewd and explicit.
Anda merencanakan berlibur ke Singapura? Kabar gembira untuk kita semua, dalam rangka hari ultah Singapore yang ke 51, tiket masuk Singapore Zoo and River Safari (bundled into one) dan Jurong Bird Park dapat diskon 51% sepanjang bulan Agustus 2016 loh!. Temui satwa di habitat alaminya di taman margasatwa unik ini bersama teman dan keluarga tercinta dengan budget yang terjankau 😀 Perlu anda ketahui juga, bahwa liburan di bulan Agustus ke singapura berarti bertepatan dengan hari nasional Singapura yang juga berarti bulan terbaik untuk dikunjungi, karena di bulan tersebut liburan kesana akan terasa lebih ramai dan meriah karena banyak acara festival gratis dan meriah yang bisa anda kunjungi
MROCompanies have been expanding to ride the growth in Asia-Pacific, and have been deepening their MRO capabilities to service new generation aircraft that are entering the market. Recent new investments include: Bombardier Aerospace is setting up a new Bombardier Service Centre (BSC) to offer comprehensive aftermarket services to their customers in the Asia-Pacific region. The new facility will be the first company owned and company-operated BSC in Asia- Pacific. It will be capable of performing a variety of light to heavy maintenance tasks for the full range of Bombardier business jets – the Learjet, Challenger and Global aircraft families. To pre-position for business aviation growth in Asia-Pacific, Jet Aviation has constructed a new hangar next to its existing facility to increase its MRO capacity to service new large business aviation aircraft types such as the Gulfstream G650, G280, future GLX, and Bombardier Global Express 7000/8000 aircraft. Beyond the expansion of MRO activities, the new hangar allows Jet Aviation to add capabilities in aircraft modifications, avionics upgrades and interiors refurbishments. Meggitt Aerospace Asia Pacific has officially opened its new aftermarket centre at Seletar Aerospace Park. This will enable Meggitt to offer comprehensive aftermarket support to their growing base of Asia-Pacific customers, especially as new aircraft such as Boeing’s 787 and Airbus’ A350 come into service in the Asia-Pacific. Safran Electronics Asia has plans to develop repair capabilities for Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) engine control units including that of the GE90, CFM56, and GEnX in Singapore to support the rapid growth of the Asia-Pacific fleet. ST Aerospace has built a two-bay narrow-body hangar in Changi North to increase its annual MRO capacity by 200,000 man-hours, and has constructed a new General Aviation hangar as part of the expansion of its facility in Seletar Aerospace Park. Standard Aero opened its new engine overhaul facility at the Components Manufacturing and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Facilities (CMMF) at Seletar Aerospace Park. It provides complete MRO services for Rolls-Royce M250 turboshaft engines, which are widely used on Bell helicopters.
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Singapore is a thoroughly impressive country, and Singaporeans have much to be proud about. With national day around the corner, there’s no better time to think about what makes Singapore fantastic!
We’re doing this by the alphabet because we relished a challenge!
Pokémon Go is a free-to-play location-based augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic and published by The Pokémon Company. It was released in July 2016 for iOS and Android devices.The time has finally come for you to venture beyond the regions of Kanto, Johto, Sinnoh and more to catch ’em all. The long-anticipated Pokémon Go — an augmented reality mobile edition of the popular Nintendo franchise — has finally launched into app stores for both iOS and Android users.
Beyond the picture-perfect skyline and the bustling city centre, there’s still so much more to Singapore for visitors to explore. Read on, for curious facts you never knew about this green and cosmopolitan city.