SINGAPORE - When he spent an afternoon walking around Upper Bukit Timah in mid-October, telecommunications consultant Bill Bremner kept his eyes fixed to the ground, picking up something most would overlook.
In four hours, he gathered 213 translucent nylon strings that come from grass cutting machines. Measuring 20cm long, most were white and some were blue.
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