June 25, 2008
Where: Toa Payoh Amphitheatre (In front of Toa Payoh Community Library)
When: 11:00AM – 8:00PM Saturday, June 28th & 29th
What: The Hantu Blog will have a booth at Envirofest’08. Come down to meet our volunteers and get first hand accounts of what it is like to dive in Singapore waters! We’ll be there to answer all your questions about what you can expect to encounter in local waters, and give you tips about what you can do in your everyday life, in your school, or at work, to help protect our very unique Singaporean environment Bring your friends along too!
The event is expected to draw a crowd of some 5,000 – 6,000 visitors.
The other nature and environment groups will be there as well, including the Naked Hermit Crabs, Toddycats, NParks and Waterways Watch as well as the Animal Welfare groups. So you can catch up and get to know some similarly passionate friends from the community!
When: 2:30PM – 3:00PM Sunday, June 29th
What: Hantu Blog diver, reef volunteer, and nudibranch enthusiast, Chay Hoon, will be giving a talk to share her experiences and knowledge of the local seas with the audience at Toa Payoh HUB on Sunday!
She will showcase her photos gathered from her tireless hours and days spent on reef walks and diving! Chay Hoon has amongst her collection species that have only recently been recorded in local archives so come down and be one of the first few Singaporeans to see some of the amazing creatures that share our waters with us!
Chay Hoon is among the most dedicated and regular guides at Chek Jawa, a volunteer with Beach Fleas, as well as a volunteer crew member with WildFilms.