Monthly Archives: September 2012

Train your mind, change your brain by Ven Matthieu Ricard


I read about this talk in the local newspapers and wanted to get tickets for it, but unfortunately, the tickets were given out very quickly. The last person I expect to get the tickets from was Bee, as she has been … Continue reading

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The mercy of our kids


Many women I know have issues with their mothers even at our age, the reason stemmed from their childhood’s perception that they were the least favoured in a family of many children. This could be true as boys were very much … Continue reading

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Priority in Pri One Registration


I have seen these comments often lately, the call to remove priority for primary one registration for parents with ‘relationship’ to the school, primarily under phase 2A and 2B: (From MOE’s website) Phase 2A(1) (a) For a child whose parent is a … Continue reading

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Meditation


It all started when I chanced upon an advertisement in the local papers – ‘Redefine Your Reality’. I’ve been trying to do that for the past few years but to no valid outcome. I called up to enquire about the 3 … Continue reading

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Loy Sum Juan Restaurant – Review


This is my second time here since the restaurant moved to Tanjong Pagar. The capacity here is much smaller as compared to their old outlet at Tiong Bahru Plaza and booking is recommended. The food is still delicious and reasonable priced. Our Hong … Continue reading

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Capriccio Taiwan 台湾追想 by Singapore Chinese Orchestra


A capriccio or caprice (sometimes plural: caprices, capri or, in Italian, capricci), is a piece of music, usually fairly free in form and of a lively character. – Wikipedia Mike and I were lucky winners in a SCO Facebook contest for this … Continue reading

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