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Hi I am Evon and this is my FYP blog!
This is a study on a series of alternative and sustainable lifestyle choices that, we, as urban dwellers can take on a daily basis. Touching on the the politics and philosophy behind the DIY culture, the project hopes to encourage mindfulness and taking responsibility in the way we live. It aims to promote the DIY lifestyle as a way toward cultivating a climate of self-reliance and creativity, such that our city can become greener, more vibrant and awesome!

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August 29, 2014 at 6:39am
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Just be yourself. On wheels. 
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Just be yourself. On wheels.
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August 28, 2014 at 10:40pm
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August 27, 2014 at 7:52am
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Going to try this cycling route tracking app, Endomondo, recommended by LTA. It’s currently still in testing mode but there have been several route suggestions for Singapore already, including routes toward the city from residential towns like Yishun, Pasir Ris, and Choa Chu Kang.
(via Endomondo)

Going to try this cycling route tracking app, Endomondo, recommended by LTA. It’s currently still in testing mode but there have been several route suggestions for Singapore already, including routes toward the city from residential towns like Yishun, Pasir Ris, and Choa Chu Kang.

(via Endomondo)

7:41am
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Transport Master Plan 2013 →

Under the Land Transport Master Plan 2013, LTA will be working on reducing car usage and promoting a “cyclist-friendly, well-connected network providing safe and healthy cycling for all”, aiming to build more than 700km of cycling network in Singapore with cycling paths and park connectors.

Seems like good news for the cycling community!

7:28am
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URA Chief Planner, Mr Lim Eng Hwee, shares his experience of cycling commute to work. Click on link to view larger graphic.

URA Chief Planner, Mr Lim Eng Hwee, shares his experience of cycling commute to work. Click on link to view larger graphic.

August 26, 2014 at 4:28am
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(via Let’s Go Ride a Bike | Adventures in city cycling)
I love this blog about city cycling. For girls!

(via Let’s Go Ride a Bike | Adventures in city cycling)

I love this blog about city cycling. For girls!

4:19am
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BBC News - Life on two wheels: Cycling in the world's cities →

Eye-opening videos on the different cycling cultures across cities in the world, including London, Delhi, Rio, and, Beijing. The difference is very vast, and sure puts things to perspective.

August 21, 2014 at 4:49am
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Series Bikenomics | Grist →

Bicycle transportation is good for a lot of things — it’s healthy, it’s green, it’s quiet, it’s fun, it builds community. It also makes financial sense, and the magnitude of bicycling’s economic impact gets far less attention than it deserves. In the Bikenomics series, Elly Blue explores the scope of that impact, from personal finance to local economies to the big picture of the national budget. In the grassroots and on a policy level, the bicycle is emerging as an effective engine of economic recovery.

August 7, 2014 at 1:35am
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(via Common Questions About Composting at Home | Sustainable America)

(via Common Questions About Composting at Home | Sustainable America)

July 6, 2014 at 9:42am
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How to make it easier for people to walk and cycle around Singapore? - Channel NewsAsia →