Monthly Archives: March 2010

Quest for Immortality – The World of Ancient Egypt Exhibition

I received four free tickets to the exhibition and since students enter free, I decided to invite my in-laws along for an outing to the Singapore Museum. After being rejected by a couple of friends, I was surprised that my FIL … Continue reading

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Sharmila’s Book – by Bharti Kirchner

At the library in Jurong East, other than browsing at the shelves where my favourite authors are located, I would sometimes browse along other aisles and hope a book jumps out at me, which it has happened many times.   … Continue reading

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Assisted suicide

In the last book i read, Thursdays At Eight, by Debbie Macomber, the beginning of every chapter carries a quote by famous women. One of the quote which I remember was by Joan Baez – ‘You don’t get to choose … Continue reading

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Thursdays at Eight by Debbie Macomber

A friend texted me on Tuesday morning to ask if I wanted to go to Ajahn Brahm’s talk that night. I told her I’ll consider. I’ve enjoyed his talks. He is a humourous and engaging speaker. The topic for that … Continue reading

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Aquiring Soft Skills

In today’s ST’s commentary, Deputy News Editor Santokh Singh wrote a very interesting article about MOE’s new policy in emphasing soft skills for students. Soft skills such as communication and the ability to work with others through PE, Music and Art, … Continue reading

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Women in the Sun – Korean Drama

My mother’s friend lent her two DVDs and one of them is this. It took me about two weeks to finish the 20 episodes. I rushed through it, one reason was because Mum might want it back after she finishes … Continue reading

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Impromptu Trip

Months before, Andreas told us that his coach wanted him to take part in a TKD competition in KL. The calandar was marked and we gave him the money to pay for his trip. Weeks before, he asked his father … Continue reading

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