The Tai Thean Kew Chinese Circus was a family-run operation, founded in the 1930s by Nanjing native, Sun Sze Ting. He moved the family from China to Malaya to run […]
I only decided to write this entry after I left the embassy, and felt feelings I had no words to identify. It was a simple mix of warmth, closure maybe, […]
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You would expect a lot from a city whose unofficial slogan is Keep Portland Weird, and from the moment I touched down, I was not disappointed.…
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St Augustine Many of my travels were spurred […]
Instead of bad occurrences going on in the news, let us look to children to teach us how to live
Dug up an old photograph of my soccer team in my freshman year when I played for Temasek Hall. I went in as a dancer, so unlike most of my sporty friends, soccer was my only sport. But did I love it so. It also gave me a chance to make some great friends outside of the group of basketballers/netballers/handballers I lived with in the same corridor.
Im the chao-tar (burnt) #17
Im sure soccer fever would be 100x worse for me if Nadeshiko got hot then, but then again, everything happens in its own time, and for a reason 🙂
Nadeshiko’s success, I think, indeed happened for such a time as this.
Okay. Singapore womens soccer team anyone?
Trapped in the middle of the scorching Tokyo summer, I miss Singapore more. “You are from a tropical island!” My Japanese friends laugh when I complain. Indeed, growing up in […]
I was a guest star on Ch5 Talent show, OMG – One Moment of Glory I used to be a dancer in School, studying Chinese and Modern Dance. Meeting Derrick […]
他の写真を見る場合はここをクリックしてください The screening of The Gang at Cathay.
While I feel pretty settled now in my Tokyo apartment, somedays it still seems strange that just 5 months ago I was living in tropical Singapore without the seasons. I […]