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TGH Photography and Hpility SG

I have two announcements to make, first and foremost, I would like to introduce my photography business logo, designed by hatchdesign on Fiverr. Getting a photography logo designed for Tan Geng Hui Photography and ready for my photography portfolio website at www.tghphotography.com , it took me a bit of time to get it sorted out, find a designer to produce the logo based on my expectations and the style that I wanted it.


I am happy and relieved at the same time, carrying a very heavy load and responsibilities on my shoulders alone, is no mean feat. The journey to setting up and running your own small photography business is a very fulfilling yet very tiring journey till date.

Do visit my photography portfolio website at www.tghphotography.com and I do appreciate your support to help Pass-It-On and spread the word for my photography business!

The second announcement is my partnership with Hpility SG, founded by Hong Peng. Hpility SG is a digital blog-portal that covers a variety of interests from lifestyle, travel, food, gadgets and entertainment. We had a good discussion on this partnership between Tan Geng Hui Photography and Hpility SG, we are currently building up the foundations, procedures and networks for our partnership to grow and expand further down the road.

Logo courtesy of Hpility SG

I am looking forward to more interesting and exciting things with them, so do keep a lookout for more news and announcements along the way on Hpility SG and my various social media platforms!

Today is the 4th May, a date that all Star Wars fans know in their hearts.

May The 4th Be With You, Always!

Follow me on the N.E.mation! 11 Top 10 Production Phase!

This is the 11th season of N.E.mation!, a competition for youths to express their notions on Total Defence through animation. I am happy to be involved again with this competition, this is my 6th year that I am involved in (since N.E.mation! 6) and this year is going to be a bit more special for me because I am able to take on the role of ambassador (my first time!) for five of the Top 10 teams that are participating and competing in the final round of this competition.

The theme for N.E.mation! 11 is “Together We Keep Singapore Strong” and the production period had commenced last week on the 21st November 2016, lasting till Friday 9th December 2016. I was supposed to start last week following, covering, photographing and writing on the five teams that I am ambassador for, however, due to urgent family matters, I was away for the whole week and I could only start on the second week of their production period.


I visited the N.E.mation! 11 Top 10 production phase location yesterday on Tuesday 29th November. I finally got the chance to meet the participants of the five teams that I am ambassador for. They were a great bunch of youths with lots of enthusiasm and energy to share about their progress on their animation production, the ideas and stories behind them.

Which of the five teams from N.E.mation! 11 Top 10 teams am I the ambassador for?

They are

I will be introducing each of the five teams in an individual article in my next few article posts. Besides that, I would also be sharing some updates on their progress (via my Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Page) when I visit them again later this week and next week.

Meanwhile, do also follow N.E.mation! website, Facebook Page, TwitterInstagram and YouTube social media accounts too!

Alright folks! Follow me! On my journey and adventure, through my eyes and heart, sharing photographs and coverage of N.E.mation! 11 Top 10 Production Phase!

Have You Visited i Light Marina Bay 2014?

The colourful, interesting and innovative sustainable light art festival, i Light Marina Bay 2014 is now in their final week, with the last day of the festival on 30th March 2014! This event, i Light Marina Bay had been a fun and interesting festival, that I saw from the visitors coming down to i Light Marina Bay, interacting and playing with the lighting artworks! There were a total of 28 art installations around the Marina Bay area and I managed to visit and photograph all 28 art installations over the past 2 weekends! My i Light Marina Bay 2014 photographs are uploaded to my Flickr and you can find out more about the 28 art installations!


There are a few art installations that I really like a lot and I would recommend these few art installations at i Light Marina Bay for you all to visit! One of them is art installation B9 titled “Cloud”, with the Marina Bay and Raffles Place CBD skyline in her background, this makes an excellent photograph together with the art installation Cloud. During the evening, when the sun sets and the blue hour emerges, the art installation Cloud with the beautiful landscape background is one that dazzles visitors and photographers to wait for that moment!


Visit i Light Marina Bay 2014 and discover your favourite art installations! The lighting projection display on the Art Science Museum, art installation B14 titled “Celebration of Life” is another of my favourite and you can see many visitors watching from the Helix Bridge, at the Float @ Marina Bay and below the Art Science Museum itself! I photographed the “Celebration of Life” artwork installation from three different locations over two weekends and one of my favourite location is the Helix Bridge whereby I can have a view of artwork projection on the Art Science Museum with the Raffles Place CBD and Marina Bay in the background!

Here are some key information on i Light Marina Bay 2014

– From: 7th March 2014 to 31st March 2014

– Location: Marina Bay Waterfront

– Website: i Light Marina Bay

– Opening Hours: 7:30pm to 11:00pm

If you haven’t visited i Light Marina Bay 2014, you still can drop by Marina Bay and visit them during this final week!

Created with Admarket’s flickrSLiDR.

Ultimate Ultrabook Mythbusters experience and HP Folio13 Giveaway

Have you watched Mythbusters on Discovery Channel ? Would you like to be part of this intriguing Mythbusters adventure on Discovery Channel ? Discovery Channel together with HP will be bringing the MYTHBUSTERS experience to you at a special roadshow, at Marina Square, Central Atrium. HP joins Discovery Channel in this myth-busting adventure through a series of exciting roadshows – to challenge pre-conceived notions about Ultrabooks. HP’s own Ultrabook, the HP Folio13.

There is a very exciting time to present this unique opportunity to get you up-close and personal with the HP’s business ultrabook – HP Folio13 – at Marina Square, Central Atrium, on 14 and 15 April 2012. You can expect an interactive, exciting and enthralling time at the roadshow, to have a feel and touch of the HP Folio13. –

  • Test the “myths” surrounding the features associated with laptops
  • Discover the unique features of the new HP Folio13 in a whole new way: challenge the product’s outstanding battery life, thin and light design and CoolSense technology

While you are testing the HP Folio13 at the roadshow, you MUST remember to take photographs of yourself, posing with the HP Folio13 !!

There is a HP Folio13 Giveaway !!

It’s really very simple, here’s what you have to do :

– Take a photo of yourself posing with the HP Folio13 at the roadshow, at any of the HP booths there

– Tweet the photo with the following format <caption> @tangenghui #HPDiscovery <image>

For example:
“Longest battery life for an Ultrabook! 9.5hours! @tangenghui #HPDiscovery <Image of Reader at HP Booth>”

YOU might just be the winner of this powerful, sleek and dazzling HP Folio13 !! Head down this Saturday and Sunday 14th and 15th April 2012 at the Marina Square, Central Atrium, start posing with the HP Folio13, snap photos & tweet it, share it and spread the word !! 

Introducing WildJunket Magazine

Travel and outdoor adventure has always have been a part of me, something deep inside me, cultivated by National Geographic Magazine, rooted and grown by my Scouting days with my alumni mata, Gan Eng Seng Dragon Scout Group, with many outdoor activities and outdoor adventure. Bitten by the travel bug too, I once dreamt of being a National Geographic Photojournalist!

While I confessed that my outdoor adventures and travel didn’t reach the numbers and destinations that I would love to, there’s still some nice & exciting outdoor adventures and travels that I embarked since my Scouting days till  today. Travel magazines was once a favourite of mine and I used to buy and read them regularly, always mesmerised and dreaming of the various destinations and adventures that they went/been to.

In an era of social media expansion, via the various social media channels and networks, I got to know more travel folks, bloggers, writers, they have really awesome adventures and travel experiences. Among those I knew personally is Nellie Huang, a fellow Singaporean, who owns this travel website Wild Junket, who has a great following, personality and reputation among the travel community in the world. When Nellie launched her brand new E-Magazine on outdoor adventure and travel, I requested Nellie for a copy of her 1st E-Magazine WildJunket to do a review and I was impressed by WildJunket.

Click here to visit WildJunket.

Let me share with you my personal views from my review on WildJunket E-Magazine February/March 2012

– WildJunket is written by passionate travel writers/bloggers of extensive travel experiences

– Great team of contributors on Wild Junket

– Excellent and interesting content, a truly outdoor adventure and travel E-magazine

– It’s world wide focus, unlike some other travel magazines, they sometimes tend to be continent focused.

– Very inspiring travel stories and travel destinations

– Very refreshing and exciting, injecting a fresh new perspective into travel magazines

– It’s not just about outdoor adventure and travels, there are other interesting articles from food to outdoor gears

WildJunket has a community bonding and sharing, interacting, socializing and sharing with readers, contributors, writers and editors. Which other travel magazines in the world does this ? 

– It’s available in PDF format

– It’s tablet friendly

– It’s on Zinio (my favourite E-Magazine)

– Print edition would be available in the future (pending confirmation)

Pricing and subscription 

– USD $2.95 for single issue

– USD $14.95 for 12 months subscription

In my humble opinion, WildJunket is a excellent outdoor adventure and travel E-Magazine, at this price you are paying for and the awesome content you are reading, it’s definitely worth your money and time to buy and subscribe and read it many times!

For more information on WildJunket subscription, check out their WildJunket Magazine site for more details! After reading WildJunket E-Magazine 1st issue

I was more motivated and energised again, to seek out more outdoor adventure and travel, truly inspiring and heartwarming, I can feel it from reading the adventure stories and their photographs, encouraging me to travel light and travel far – traveling beyond  the conventional tourism trail, to seek out extraordinary experiences while protecting the environment.

Traveling forward ahead, I would like to be and hope to be featured one day inside her WildJunket E-Magazine in any of her editorial departments, maybe as a Travel Guide or Photo Essay ! 

Without a doubt, WildJunket E-Magazine is definitely worth your consideration to pay and subscribe to, and Nellie’s extensive travel website and blog is definitely the best testimonial.

Last but not least, I would like to congratulate Nellie on an awesome job on her WildJunket E-Magazine! Good luck and all the best in your WildJunket travels and outdoor adventure!!

Epson Projector Launch

Epson,  a world leader in digital imaging and they are the top projector manufacturer in the industry, hosted us on a friday evening, 16th December 2011, at Talent Cafe in the Tanjong Pagar area. It was an evening of fun, technology presentation, reviews, hands on experience with some of the Epson projectors on display during the Epson Projector event.

Photograph Courtesy of Epson Singapore and XPR.

A great time to catch up with old blogger/social media/photography friends, network with the friendly and hospitable Epson Singapore staff and of course, the friendly folks from XPR. Nice food with drinks in a cosy and comfortable environment, it was a nice location to know more about the projectors!

There were 3 projectors showcased during the evening

 MG 850 HD 

Photograph Courtesy of Epson Singapore and XPR.


Photograph Courtesy of Epson Singapore and XPR.


Photograph Courtesy of Epson Singapore and XPR.

After a short presentation, we tried and tested the 3 different projectors and had our dinner, drinks and back to testing the projectors. The projectors showcased were targeted for different purposes and usage, a small technical review is available on my personal blog post!

Photograph Courtesy of Epson Singapore and XPR.

Photograph Courtesy of Epson Singapore and XPR.

Beside the projectors, we had fun being photographed and had our photos printed by our lovely hosts Epson Singapore and XPR, using the Epson portable photo printer, for us to bring back home! The Epson projectors are state of the art, modern and powerful projectors, do check them out and you might find a projector that suits your needs and budget!

Volunteering & Blogging @ TweetMeetSG 2011

Volunteering and helping out at non-profit organisations and charitites, I had done it for quite a number of years since my scouting days with Dragon Scout Group. Therefore, when I was invited by Claudia & Kris of Dice Studio and Infocomm Accessibility Centre (IAC) to be part of their TweetMeetSG event, helping out as a volunteer and social media enthusiast/blogger concurrently, I took it up without hesitation, glad to help out in whatever way possible, paying it forward to the community and helping people.

I was paired up with my great blogger friend, the legendary Keropokman, to visit a friend somewhere in Singapore, armed with a donated NetBook and Microsoft Software. We headed towards our friend’s home somewhere in Singapore on a Saturday morning, helping him to setup his NetBook, guiding him along to connect himself with/to the world of internet and social media, with Windows Live, Facebook and Skype. After a hearty breakfast in a neighbourhood hawker centre, Keropokman and myself were ready to move out for our volunteering expedition!

We were welcomed by our friendly and heartwarming friend, whom we slowly break the ice, interacted and chatted away. Keropokman and myself took turns to do the setup, guiding him through the various social media channels, what to do and how to move around them, points and tips to look out for. Our friend was happily taking the whole setup through and we did not rush him, taking it slowly and patiently, one small step at a time. During this sharing session, while one of us was helping and guiding our friend through the setup, the other teammate would be doing live social media updates via Instagram and Twitter, bringing live updates to the Nothing Less movement and broadcasting the TweetMeetSG movement, sharing with the social media community what this noble and wonderful event was all about.

Once the Facebook and Skype were setup, our friend tried conversing, interacting and chatting with friends from the social media community and our friendly folks from the IAC was there to chat with him too! Looking at his happy face, full of smile, happy to receive this small wonderful gift from IAC. We were very happy that we were able to make a difference to his life, helping him breach the gap between the social media/internet and himself, connecting him together and also his family, relatives and friends too!

What’s the TweetMeetSG all about? What’s Nothing Less all about? Check out my deep inner thoughts on NOTHING LESS to Help Them Reach Their Full Potential!