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For Anyone Who Has Felt They Don’t Fit In

That’s me all the time. That I don’t fit in or don’t measure up in this world. That no one recognises your value. A value you doubt yourself on a daily basis. Perhaps there’s a planet out there where I … Continue reading

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Income Disparity

I felt sad and guilty when I saw this old lady working really hard and hunched over in front of the newly opened Cafe at Wisma. I often spot elderly people like her, clearing tables at the food court. They … Continue reading

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A Stolen Life

The book ‘A Stolen Life’ moved me tremendously. I talk about it my latest post.

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Where Borders used to be – Desolation

Guess I am being overly dramatic, but it’s just sad to see Borders replaced by a John Little’s sales area. Seems so temporary and nothing here was tempting. With the carpets removed and the cement floors exposed it also made … Continue reading

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Not Feeling Well

Have been really ill (as in, almost passed out ill) and I just hope I recover before my birthday. Never been ill on my birthday before and don’t want to set a new record. Everyone in my family is ill … Continue reading

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Another Evil Bunny Video about Life in Singapore

Another awesome musical cartoon, this time dedicated to guys in Singapore who can’t afford to get married but want to. The last part is pretty sad huh? The poor guy. Thanks for this EB (short for Evil Bunny), whoever you … Continue reading

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As Borders Singapore’s Wheelock outlet closes, I wonder what will replace it

Although I prefer to shop for books at Kinokuniya, the store has been so iconic that it’s quite sad to see it go. I hope a bookstore or cafe takes the spot and it’s not another clothing or Tech store. … Continue reading

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Language Insensitivity Depresses Me: Glad that Minister Lim Boon Heng Brought this Up in 2005

I have often felt saddened when I want to apply for a job that seems so perfect. I have met the criteria in every way. They even asked for a good command of written and spoken English. And then I … Continue reading

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#66. Loads of the Sunshine Vitamin and No Winter Blues

15 minutes of sun exposure can be a good thing and that’s what we get in a tropical climate where the sun shines most of the time. The sunshine vitamin is Vitamin D. It will help reduce your risk of … Continue reading

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When All a Scene Needs is an Elton John Song

The song Rocket Man fit the season finale of Californication so well, it was mind blowing. That plus terrific wordless acting from the achingly beautiful British actress, Natascha McElhone (she reminds me of Meryl Streep).  The fact that there are … Continue reading

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