Here's what happened. (Scroll through the bottom for the GoT reference) FCC Recycling Processing Audit FCC officially commenced operations at the plant Jan. 2, 2017, receiving single-stream material from the city of Dallas as well as from the city of University Park, Texas, which in November 2016 awarded FCC a five-year service contract for the … Continue reading GoT; Game of Time⚔️🐉
Calm before the run. The Bonton Farms It's about 10 minutes from the City Hall. Robert Curry (a.k.a Bob) from Urban Agriculture department brought us there, a very kind-heated man. This farm address food scarcity in this area, restore health, create jobs and help the community. They have fresh foods here, a farm, and use … Continue reading You have goat to be kidding me!
Get it? Watery? As in 'what are we'? haha sorry. I cant resist a good pun opportunity. On Thursday we visited the Texas A&M Agrilife. Its about 30 minutes drive from Dallas City Hall. We learnt a lot about green infrastructure, urban agriculture, green storm water and rainwater harvesting from Dr Fouad H. Jaber, Associate … Continue reading “Watery doing today, friends?”
Tuesday started with some good coffee (in my case Oolong tea), then work at the office, had an interview recording for @savedallaswatertx Instagram at 10.30am. with Kathryn E. Goddard, the Social Media Coordinator. Check out their Instagram @ SaveDallasWater At noon we're invited to a meeting with the Association of Asian America City Employee(AAACE) We … Continue reading Bueno!
It's been a week since we've been introduced to Dallas City Hall. (time flies!) The building was completed in 1978. Danielle (whose, by the way, is my homestay host) gave us a tour on our first day from ground to 7th floor, inside out (It's a HUGE building with 12,000 people inside, but there's natural … Continue reading The Robocop building
We've arrived in Dallas in this beautiful hotel at Downtown. Everything is nice and cozy. On Sunday, (after plenty of rest of full 4 hours), were ready for EarthX 🌍. Earth X is an international, nonprofit environmental forum whose purpose is to educate and inspire people to action towards a more sustainable future. They assemble … Continue reading Protect our Earth🌍Whatever it takes
It was sunny in Brunei when I left. Saying goodbye was fairly easy as my excitement and nervousness kills all traces of sadness. The earth presented me with this mesmerizing sunset as we depart. Leaving Brunei I killed some time with few sitcoms and after 2 short hours, the Lion City welcomes me. Touchdown Singapore … Continue reading 27 hours journey; 21 hours flight, 3 cities, one destination.