“Pulau Ubin – facts and discussion” – Tue 30 Apr 2013: 7.00pm – 9.30pm @ NUS LT27

“Howl at the Moon” is an information/engagement series conducted for Toddycats to better inform and engage volunteers.

There has been considerable concern about Pulau Ubin so this forum has been organised. It’s a few days after the full moon but stays true to the intent – to howl at the moon!

Please feel free to join us but please do register at: tinyurl.com/pulauubin-30apr2013


Sivasothi aka Otterman

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From: N. Sivasothi a.k.a. Otterman
Date: Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 8:43 PM
Subject: “Pulau Ubin – facts and discussion” – Tue 30 Apr 2013: 7.00pm – 9.30pm @ NUS LT27 – a Raffles Museum Toddycats “Howl at the Moon” Special Session

Dear Toddycats,

The next “Howl at the Moon” is a special session which will be conducted several days after the full moon. We are pleased to invite several individuals who will be able to better inform us about Pulau Ubin.

The notice to vilagers on Pulau Ubin issued by SLA raised a lot of concerns amongst many of us. The subsequent clarification did nothing to alleviate our doubts about the immediate fate of Pulau Ubin.

WildSingapore has posted the articles, which you can access here:
Be sure to click “read more” at each article.

In order to better understand this recent issue, Raffles Museum Toddycats has invited NMP Faizah Jamal, lawyer Joseph Chun and blogger Ivan Kwan to shed some light on the issue.

Do join the discussion to learn more by registering here:

This session is open to your friends, so do feel free to invite them. But please have them register in case we change the venue!

Thanks to Debby Ng, Chong Jun Hien, Ivan Kwan and Joelle Lai for arranging this.



N. Sivasothi
Raffles Museum Toddycats


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