I'm an Accounts Specialist in Titansoft, who enjoys diving into the sea of numbers and venturing into the jungles of Charts.
Apart from my work, I'm also a toy collector, shoes collector, scale modeller, adventurer who seeks physical and mental challenges
Another milestone achieved! We have been awarded the Singapore Quality Class (SQC) certification by SPRING Singapore! Not only that, we have also renewed our People Developer (PD) certification. Both certifications are part of Business Excellence (BE) initiative to help organisations improve our system and processes.
Several months ago, I was offered to take up a project to produce a 10th Anniversary video (TS10) for the company. Without much consideration, I said “YES” to the offer and kick-off my first video project. You may ask me “WHY did you take up such project without any prior knowledge?”, “You must be an idler or a trouble lover!”
I’ve learned the hard way (burning HUGE hole in my pocket) on the prices affecting the toy prices. Therefore, I’m going to share on the Economics of Toy prices. Please note this is not a guide to for toy price speculation/ investment. This is merely a personal tip for collectors to enjoy the hobby at affordable level.
Okay lets touch on the economics of the price. This is a basic game of supply Vs Demand; low supply, high Demand, leads to high price; or vice versa. Sound simple? Actually it is more complex than what you will expect. Continue reading “Toys for Geeks – 1/6 Toy Economics”→
I always thought that 1/6 figures are the same as “Ken” from Barbie Doll toys series, except those “ken” are wearing tactical suits and equipped with deadly weapons. Until 18 months ago, I met my first 1/6 figure, Soldierstory FBI Critical Response Group and the face sculpt is incredibly realistic and detailed (can even notice the pores on the face). The figure was simply too COOL to resist and I paid $200 for it and spent 3 hours to put on the gears and weapon on the toy. Continue reading “Toys for Geeks – Introduction to 1/6 figures”→
Macro photography is close-up photography of usually tiny objects. Different brands have varying terms to indicate that the lens has the macro feature. For Canon and Olympus, the lens code is Macro, while Nikon lens code is Micro. Continue reading “The Big Picture of MACRO Photography”→
2014 has been an eventful and fruitful year for us. We tried many new things, and we learned many more. I’m sure many of us will always remember the keywords such as “Agile”, “Scrum” and “WIG” we’ve heard many times during the past year. For me personally, I remembered most strongly about a story that happened in 2014.