Over the weekend, one of our automotive friends got married and I guess turning the Church carpark into a mini Cars & Kopi meet was a fun way to get the day started! Everyone came in their rockabilly best. (Or best-ish) Have you seen a better looking Wedding Car? This group represents quite possibly all […]Read more "Cars & Wedding: Congratulations Nat & Chris!"
When it comes to how we perceive time, humans can estimate the length of an event from two very different perspectives: a prospective vantage, while an event is still occurring, or a retrospective one, after it has ended. Our experiences of time can also vary with whatever we are doing and how we feel about […]Read more "It’s a d8te! Cars & Kopi Spring 2019"
Would you believe it? It’s been 5 years since we first started having our series of regular automotive gatherings and 5 years since we started calling our little breakfast meets “Cars & Kopi”. And sometimes, even I find it hard to imagine it all started from a handful (you could literally count with one hand) […]Read more "The Simple and Small one – Cars & Kopi Winter 2018"
Contrary to what some might believe, I have not been nerfed! Although I’m pretty sure I won’t be winning any popularity contest with the folks over at Chrysler Singapore, I was very pleasantly surprised at how well received that particular write-up was. So what has been happening for the past few weeks that has kept […]Read more "Halcyon Days – Cars & Kopi Autumn 2018"
It seems to be working, our plucky little car meet. It’s been slightly over four years since we first started having a regular series of “Cars & Coffee” styled meets over at Kiliney Kopitiam (hence the name “Kopi”) and how it has grown! From a handful of friends meeting up over eggs and toast, we […]Read more "We’re cool for the Summer – Cars & Kopi Summer 2018"
Oh Tokyo. How you keep fascinating me with your myriad of cars running around your city streets. Every time i go, i see something new, something exciting and something totally unexpected. This time was no different. When you are in a place where many have proclaimed has one of the most amazing car cultures in […]Read more "TOKYO AUTO-OTAKU 2018: DAIKANYAMA MORNING CRUISE PART 2: Tokyo Tokyo"
Every month (usually), Tsutaya bookstore’s flagship at Daikanyama T-Site holds a Cars & Coffee style meet called the Morning Cruise. Every month (usually), i will feverishly be checking their facebook page for the latest photos and updates from the meet. Needless to say, one chance encounter attending this meet up back in 2015 left a […]Read more "Tokyo Auto-Otaku & Friends! Daikanyama T-Site Morning Cruise Jan 2018"