First Impressions of Singapore View from Joseph’s kitchen. Commissioned from a former president of Singapore. Shimmering in the Promenade train station. Looking across the bay. The highway supports were actually pretty, most having greens hanging on them all the way up. Because the woman’s store is next door with the silk. Wanted: Jade Rabbit This high-class mall was full of great architecture. Lots of Americans were moving around Chinatown. It doesn’t get much better than being able to stare at steel tubes, steel cables, steel bearings, and steel bolts, from the vantage point above the city. Isn’t Chinese calligraphy on buildings pretty? My very first impression was the number of ships in the harbor – unbelievable. What a bay, what a day! A real picture! The ceiling of a mall in Singapore. That’s a Formula One racetrack by the water. …and we’re crossing the apex. Looks Mediterranean, doesn’t it?