Monthly Archives: May 2010

Facebook


It’s not news that Facebook has been in the news lately, even appearing on the cover of Times last week, and snag a column in the June issue of Good Housekeeping.   Sometime in the next few weeks, FB will … Continue reading

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Brilliant Legacy Korean Drama


The Chinese name for this drama is 灿烂的遗产. So, how do you translate to English? You get two direct translations – Brilliant Legacy or Shining Inheritance.   When my KL friend was here visiting, she recommended this show to me, … Continue reading

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苏心荃, 蔡幸娟与殷正洋难忘金曲之夜


After I attended 《重逢8》concert, I fell in love with  苏心荃‘s voice. When I learned from the Chinese newspapers that he is singing in the above concert, I decided to drive to Bukit Merah CC to buy the tickets. At $28, it’s … Continue reading

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Foxy Lady – Korean Drama


I’m playing catch-up on the Korean DVDs I bought. I’ve just fnished Foxy Lady, starring Chon Jung-myung, Ko Hyun-jung, who starred in the recent dramas Cinderella Sisters (currently showing in KBS) and H.I.T. (currently Channel 825) respectively.   This is another romance … Continue reading

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Woman’s Problem II


So…yesterday I went back for a second consultation with my gynae. It’s my first time seeing this new gynae, since I saw his brother the first time round. He summerized my condition for me and did an internal examination. I can’t get … Continue reading

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Nature Walk with PSG


Yesterday was one of the hottest days in weeks. I woke up early at 5.30am to get ready for the CTSS PSG nature walk. Peter Ng, our guide, was taking us to Botanical Gardens and the Singapore Quarry. We were … Continue reading

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Football! Football! – the play


Mike won a pair of tickets to this play. Concindentally, the NEWPAPER, which I hardly buy, ran a feature on it yesterday. It described the play as a ‘fusion of dance and football, combing elements of yoga, ballet and drama. … Continue reading

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