Monthly Archives: April 2012

The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman

I first heard about the 5 love languages at an assembly talk I had organized for my school. The speaker was talking to the students on how to communicate with their parents. I found the theory quite sensible. When I set … Continue reading

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The Vow – Movie Review

It sounded like a really good movie for a die-hard romantic – a woman loses her memory and has no idea who her husband is. Worse, she thinks she is still engaged to her old lover, and now her husband has … Continue reading

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西游记Journey to the West (Acrobatic Drama) – A review

If not for my son, we would not think of watching this. He has to read this book as his Chinese text and to arouse his interest further, Mike suggested we watch this acrobatic drama. He invited his parents along … Continue reading

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Do Your Kids a Favour…Love Your Spouse By Kendra Smiley

            For the past few weeks, I have been purchasing family resource books to stock up the small library in my school’s SFE corner. I had purchased this book from the Focus on Family website. I thought … Continue reading

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