Monthly Archives: January 2019

Joie – fusion vegetarian restaurant


This restaurant came highly recommended by my husband, who otherwise avoids vegetarian restaurant if he could. I share similar sentiment as vegetarian restaurants are often too highly priced in my opinion and contain too much mock food with glutens. Recently … Continue reading

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Suddenly, A Knock On the Door by Etgar Keret


The annual Singapore Writers Festival which I have been attending faithfully for the past five years has introduced me to many writers who I would otherwise never read if not for their interesting talks. I attended a public reading by … Continue reading

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Living Fully


Prof Lawrence Chia was my Chemistry project supervisor during my honours year. He’s active in alumni affairs and that’s the reason why, I guess, our paths have crossed a few times in the last three decades since i graduated in … Continue reading

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Taking Chances


It all started with this quote in today’s newspaper I sent to WT, which he responded that he thought Chance plays a part too. Chance – the occurrence of events in the absence of any obvious intention or cause (dictionary) … Continue reading

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Farewell 2018, and Social Media


When I asked my yoga buddy WT what his resolutions and goals are for 2019 on the first day of New Year, he replied that he was still clinging on to 2018. The year slips by too quickly for him. … Continue reading

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Organ Gold by Raju Chellam


In 2007, I attended a writing email-correspondence course conducted by The Writing Bureau in UK and finished a novel on organ transplant, based loosely on a Korean drama script and the organ trade news in Singapore¬†at that time.¬† I sent … Continue reading

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Yoga Mind, Peaceful Mind by Mary & Rick NurrieStearns


Mary NurrieStearns is a psychotherapist and yoga teacher with a counselling practice while Rick is a meditation teacher. I borrowed this book from my yoga studio as each chapter is bite size and seems simple. I don’t suffer from anxiety … Continue reading

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