Thursday, 26 December 2013

About Me

My name is Joshua Lee and I prefer to be called just Joshua.(no need for surnames and I hate the nickname Josh)

My hobbies are fishing, collecting dinosaurs and rocks, and maybe a sport to relax. I liked running in primary school as it helped me relax after many hours of the monotony of class.

I love watching TV or examining my rocks to kill time and a fishing outing would really do the trick.

I am by nature shy but once i get used to my environment, i guess i can talk a lot without feeling embarrassed. However, i would rather keep quiet sometimes. I also love playing with my friends and I would "work easy, play hard" when i was in Lower Primary. i am at times sloppy and at times serious(during the school I would say 99% sloppy yeah).

                                                                                                                  I am a monkey monkey!

A video clip that caught my attention

The clip is about how gold from deep under the earth rose up to form massive deposits in mountains.

  • Plates crush each other in a direction perpendicular to the north-south direction, causing the gold to be pushed up in slits parallel to north south direction. 
  •  When rocks are under incredibly high pressure, they gain a lot of heat and release piping hot fluids.
  • The fluids gather the gold particles and trap them into big clumps of gold when the quartz in the fluid  loses heat and crystallises.
  • Closer inspection can reveal many things. 

Wednesday, 25 December 2013


Places I like to go to in Singapore

View Places I like to go in Singapore in a larger map

One of my favourite favourite places is Bottle Tree park in Yishun not because of the Seafood restaurant (i marked the restaurant to show the location of the park) but because there is a tiny fish pond deep enough for you to wade in so you can catch tiny but speedy fish. My whole family loves the place(some because of the seafood)!

I love the Science Centre because they have the 2 things i like best: dinosaurs and rocks. the latest exhibition: titans of the past held me spellbound. i also bought a few interesting rocks from their shop. their other exhibitions  were also impressive and i enjoyed their interactive activities.

Bukit Batok Nature Park was and i hope to say is the nearest park to my home and the most fun at that.there was a pond in the park that had big rocks that acted as steps. I could use those steps to wander around in the pond, catching "longing" fish that were incredibly agile and swift. my brothers would also get excited and catch fish as well. Sometimes we slip on wet and unstable rocks and walk home with wet clothes and an empty tank but it is still fun.

My Favourite Song

Digital Citizenship-Random thoughts