Category Archives: Singapore

Cardio and strength training with Suspension TRX


Funzing is a portal for people who want to try unique experiences, especially exercise classes without a package commitment that comes with most studios, but it also offers other classes like baking and pottery etc. I’ve tried a 3-hour scorpio … Continue reading

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Ashtanga/Vinyasa with Arya


I have this love-hate relationship with my Monday yoga classes. I try to attend two classes back to back, so as to make full use of my traveling time to the studio, and I also enjoy the challenging Ashtanga followed … Continue reading

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Poop! – A review


    I bought the book Four Plays by playwright Chong Tze Chien to prepare for a class presentation of one his play, Charged, a few weeks ago. Charged was poignant to read and better to watch, which I did, on … Continue reading

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An Evening of Xinyao – 新谣之夜 Review


I’m a fan of Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO), having attended their concerts a few times, after first being introduced to them when I won a pair of concert tickets a few years ago. They’re innovative in their selection of repertoire … Continue reading

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Nasi Lemak Pantun


Pantun is a Malay poetry form from South East Asia, which has interlocking lines in the stanzas. I just studied this and am really enjoying experimenting with it. Here’s one I just wrote about Nasi Lemak (rice coconut= coconut rice, … Continue reading

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The Great Wall Musical – A review


I am George Chan’s fan and I was one of the early birds to buy tickets for this musical. I figure any musicals with him in it should be good. I was not disappointed with his performance, or that of … Continue reading

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English, Singlish and Broken English


On Saturday, I went to the Speak Good English Movement Symposium just because I wanted to listen to speakers such as Gwee Li Siu and Adrain Tan, who were at last year’s Singapore Writers Festival closing debate and were so entertaining. … Continue reading

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