We have attractive prizes to give away in this issue! Just take part in these simple contests, and you could be a lucky winner.
|Return to a Sexy Singapore: Notes from a New Singapore
Neil Humphreys is back! The bestselling writer ofNotes from an Even Smaller Island, Scribbles from the Same IslandandFinal Notes from a Great Islandis finally back in Singapore after five years in Australia. His latest book details his experiences exploring areas that were built or revamped in the five years he was away.
We are giving away 3 copies of the Return to a Sexy Island: Notes from a New Singapore signed by Neil Humphreys himself. Simply answer these questions:
1)In his article on Chek Jawa, Neil Humphreys mentioned some of the animals that can be seen there. Name two of these animals.
2)Name one other book written by Neil Humphreys.
Contest closes on 9 November 2012. Email your answers firstname.lastname@example.org the subject title ‘My Green Space Contest – Sexy Island’, together with your name, IC/passport number and contact number.
Wild Singapore aims to dispel the notion that Singapore is a built-up urban city with no nature areas or native flora and fauna. It is the first book to cover the whole of Singapore’s natural heritage – every major tropical habitat from forest to sea, from mangrove to freshwater, from secondary woodland to park/garden is covered.
We have two copies of this beautifully-illustrated book to give away. Simply answer these simple questions:
1)Name two of the three authors of the book.
2)Name one of the natural habitat mentioned in the book.
Contest closes on 9 November 2012. Email your answers email@example.com the subject title ‘My Green Space Contest – Wild Singapore’, together with your name, IC/passport number and contact number.
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My Green Space Contest Winners – July – September 2012
Congratulations to the lucky winners of our previous contests! These winners have been notified by email.
|Singapore Garden Festival
Hashina Parveen D/O Anwar Ali
Caterpillars of Singapore’s Butterflies and Our Fragile Rainforest
Heather Siow Pey Yun
|Gardens By The Bay
Ang Eng Hwa