Monthly Archives: November 2011

Raising a GEP child


PSLE results came out last week. My youngest son Aaron did well enough to qualify for any school in Singapore, including top school RI. On his vision board (yes, mom’s influence) next to his bed, he has a photo of RI on … Continue reading

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Living Dangerously by Katie Fforde


This is the second book I read by the same author and to my surprise, it’s very different from the first book, Highland Fling (https://vickychong.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/highland-fling-by-katie-fforde/). You can’t tell it’s written by the same person. I enjoy this book more as … Continue reading

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War of the Roses Korean Drama 玫瑰的战争


At 102 episodes and in Chinese subtitles, it’s not exactly my usual choice but this drama caught my attention from the first episode and I couldn’t not follow through. Its realistic storyline and believable dialogues make the time investment worthwhile. The … Continue reading

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Dreams and Reality- Masterpieces from MUSEE D’OSAY PARIS


Good friends are like teachers. They help enrich our lives by opening our eyes to new things. I visited Paris in 1986 and probably visited this museum but I had no recollection on that visit. My interest in Impressionistic art … Continue reading

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[记得说再见]音乐舞台剧 DON’T FORGET TO SAY GOOD BYE – A Review


I had eagerly awaited for this musical, having bought the tickets months ago. Being a fan of 新谣Xinyao, what better way to enjoy the songs than when they are infused into a story? It’s perhaps unfair, but quite expected, to … Continue reading

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ABBA Mania – A review


OK, I admit I am an ABBA fan and this is the second or third time I caught this show. I wanted to share it with my KL girl friends when they were in town. If they were appalled by the … Continue reading

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Meeting 苏心荃


I was supposed to write a review of the musical 记得说再见this morning but decided I have to gush about my meeting with Dr Alex Su 苏心荃 instead. I am a fan of this singing psychiatrist ever since I heard him … Continue reading

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