Welcome! It’s cool inside — it’s super-hot outside.
When I first came to Singapore in 2007, I was having problem adjusting to the ‘lifestyle’. It’s hot outside, but super-cold when you are inside most buildings.
During that time, I worked in a super-cold building, with centralized AirCon. I tell you, it was not a healthy experience. I always leave the office feeling something is wrong with my throat and chest.
I shouldn’t complaint. A lot of people works in a harsher and more hostile environment. Working outside on high noon is definitely worse than working in office with AirCon. Beside, the new workplace (at a different company) has a more pleasant and controllable Air Conditioning system. I have nothing to complain.
Anyway… looking at this alley here, just one small part of Singapore, can you imagine the power consumption for the whole country? The world? And what about the environmental impact?
I’m not here to preach.
But, be wise.
Use fan :D…
*Upper Circular Road, Singapore