I am on a short break to Singapore now. Anyway Singapore supporters in this site?

This trip might not be able to play badminton with you guys. Maybe next trip i come Singapore will drop by for some friendly.

Anyway have a pleasant weekend and enjoy your games!

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  • Malaysian in Singapore here!!!
    i’m doing my degree here in National Uni. of Singapore..
    i have free courts~
    call me if u need kaki~ =)
    +6597829399~
    haha..

  • toothfearie 8 years ago

    Miri here, just in case you ever drop by 🙂

  • ROTI canai 8 years ago

    lai KUCHING… so many kaki

    • jason 8 years ago

      Wah so many people inviting me to their places to play badminton. To be honest i am not that good. ^^ Just a noob badminton player.

      Anyway i was at Vivo City in Singapore just now. ^^

  • joshua 8 years ago

    Really? which part of vivo city?? i was there too just now..hahas

    • jason 8 years ago

      To joshua : The only place i can remember is the level 3 food court, Best Denki and the TGV… Others forget d…^^

  • JASON

    Melbourne also can. With Air Asia now airfare is si-peck-pe, even kachang putih man can afford. Have a good time in Sg, SS Sg open is next week, may be you stay back and watch it?

    • jason 8 years ago

      To Kim : I didn’t know you were from Melbourne. I was there last year for my buddy’s convocation at the Melbourne University. My friend graduated as a doctor.

      He is in Singapore now and i am in Singapore visiting him… lolz…

      Where is the badminton courts in Melbourne?

  • joshua 8 years ago

    so are u staying here in spore to watch the aviva open??

  • Jason,

    The badminton courts in Melbourne are at Monash Uni, Albert Park (F1 Grand Prix place), Central (in Donvale) where I play. On top of that, thee are lots of others in school halls and community centres. I bet you like food in Melbourne. Lat and Little Malaysia are good for Malaysian food and lots of Hong Kong eateries too.

    • jason 8 years ago

      To Kim : No doubt i love food in Melbourne. I love the gelato there. Ill Dolce Fredo. Know where is it? ^^

  • barry 8 years ago

    Hallo Jason,
    Thx for uploading all the great games for us, wish u h’ving a pleasent stay in Sing.
    But if u happend to turn up in Europe (Germany), i will make sure that u play with us here Badminton.
    We play over here 3 to 4 times a week.
    And You are most welcome

  • Knabev 8 years ago

    YEAH MALAYSIA !!!

    Kiss Lee CHong Wei : )

  • hey i’m watching SG open finals this sunday!!!

    • jason 8 years ago

      To bun : How much is the tickets and where is the venue of the tournament?

  • Jason,

    Singapore Indoor stadium, this is how to get there

    Strategically located at the outskirts of the Central Business District along Kallang Road, the SIS offers convenient access to the city center and the Changi International Airport. Delegates can access the SIS facility via the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) network of trains, public buses or taxis.

    Taxi
    Five minutes by taxi from the city centre. Various taxi pick up and drop off points are located at the roundabout along Stadium Road, outside the Administration Office via Stadium Crescent at Car Park E.

    Bus
    The SIS is easily accessible via public buses.
    Public buses: 11, 16, 608
    The nearest bus stops are located along Stadium Walk and Stadium Crescent, near the East Entrance overhead bridge.
    Refer to the SBS Transit Bus Guide for more information.

    Train
    The SIS is just a 5-minute bus ride from the Kallang Mass Rapid Train Station via Bus Service no. 11 at the Geylang Lorong 1 Bus Terminal across Sims Avenue. Refer to the SMRT Travel Guide for more information. Alternatively, visitors can take a 10-minute walk from Kallang MRT station.

    Ticket prices, you sure can afford one
    Single Day Ticket
    Category Adult Senior Citizen / Student
    (13-18 yrs) Child
    (2-12 yrs)
    Preliminary Rounds
    (10 June) $10 $4 Free
    Preliminary Rounds
    (11 June) $10 $4 Free
    Quarter Finals
    (12 June) $16 $4 Free
    Semi Finals
    (13 June) $18 $8 $2
    Finals
    (14 June) $20 $8 $2

    sorry Bun, I thought you might be watching, too busy to be online

  • Jason

    Tickets are as below (at Singapore Indoor Stadium)
    Single Day Ticket
    Category Adult Senior Citizen / Student
    (13-18 yrs) Child
    (2-12 yrs)
    Preliminary Rounds
    (10 June) $10 $4 Free
    Preliminary Rounds
    (11 June) $10 $4 Free
    Quarter Finals
    (12 June) $16 $4 Free
    Semi Finals
    (13 June) $18 $8 $2
    Finals
    (14 June) $20 $8 $2

  • Tickets are priced approx $10- $20 Sing Dollars from prelim day to finals.

    Venue is at Singapore Indoor stadium

  • In Lygon Street, Yes.II Dolce Freddo on Lygon was awarded for their winning gelato at the international gelato fair at Longarone, Italy in 2000. All gelato is made fresh daily.

    http://www.thatsmelbourne.com.au/DiningandNightlife/Cafes/CakesandPastries/Pages/2176.aspx

    • jason 8 years ago

      To Kim : I can eat 2 times a day there man. Hey what a Malaysian like you doing in Melbourne? Migrated? Now want to to Australia Melbourne also scare. Main reason H1N1 on the rise there. Want to sit Air Asia with A330 also scare cause so many incidents of late….

  • hey Jason, have you recorded any of hwang hye youn’s videos? Especially the matches she just lost in SG’s aviva opens?

  • Jason,

    Yes, I migrated to Oz many years ago after passing my ACCA in England and also CPA here. I was Terengganu school boy champ in badminton too, singles and doubles. Monash Closed Champ in 1992. You are right H1N1 is on the rise here and so far 5 patients have gone into ICU care. But then again, even before this, (normal) flu killed at least a dozen people every year in winter.

    • jason 8 years ago

      To Kim : Wow your badminton resume is sweet eh… ^^ Hard to follow! Must be a good player. I guess you must pawn everybody in Australia! ha ha… So are you a PR in australia or citizen?

  • wang.cly 8 years ago

    hi jason…

    i love your Wang Yi Han video…
    I’m a big fans of her…
    do u have Wang Yi Han video in singapore?

    thanks for your video, i really love it..

  • “G’day mate, I am an Aussie already that’s why I am staiying heayre” (think of Aussie accent). There are lots of good asian players here who call Australia home notably from Malaysia, Indonesia, Indo-China and England. Surprising, players from China “tak boleh”, so it must be their State System which produced players like Lin Dan. Currently, Aussie Champ is Jeff Tho and the Ladies champ is also asian. In Oz, there are 870,000 (3%) people of Chinese origin out of a total pop of 26M.