Monthly Archives: June 2013

Reading Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre

I can’t recall if I had ever read this book when I was a teenager. I know the story well, and might have caught different versions of the movie. I am no fan of Victorian novels,  preferring authors like Charlotte … Continue reading

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Manon Lescaut by Abbe Prevost

I have just enrolled in my third Coursera course. This course is titled, The Fiction of Relationship, conducted by Brown University. In this course, we examine the different types of relationships found in fictions and literature. This 12 week-course requires … Continue reading

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The Best of Me – by Nicholas Sparks

As a would be writer, Nicholas Sparks is an inspiration. He writes simply, his stories are about ordinary people and not too complicated. His books often read like a Korean drama, my favourite activity other than reading. I thought to myself, I … Continue reading

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Saving baby pigeon

The weather this week has been unpredictable. The sun would be shining brightly in the morning and then at about four in the afternoon, the sky would turn dark and the squall would unleash its power by dumping buckets of … Continue reading

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Colour of Women – Korean Drama

Colour of Women is a 20 episode romantic comedy that offers nothing new to the fans of romantic comedy. There is no impressive line, nor heart touching moment, and it isn’t all that funny as well. But, thanks to the … Continue reading

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Palio @ RWS – A Review

This is my second visit to the restaurant in two months. Both time, we chose to eat there before our concert at Compass Ballroom. Our first visit on 6 April was without reservation but we were shown to an indoor table … Continue reading

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《那些年我们一起唱情歌》巫启贤演唱会2013 (Eric Moo’s Concert)

I used to have a group of friends who would go with me to Eric Moo’s concert. This group included his classmates from JJC. However, after reading about his evangelistic saga at a concert last year, where many concert goers demanded a … Continue reading

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