Category Archives: Day to day

Good Morning

This morning, woke up automatically at the exact time I wanted to. Felt refreshed from a reasonably good sleep. Checked emails and messages. Finally got the replies I was waiting for. My helper was her usual jovial self. Taking the … Continue reading

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A Special Day

At lunch, I was seated next to a man and a teenage boy in school uniform. The tables were close and I could hear the boy, who was crestfallen, explaining something he did which was not up to mark or … Continue reading

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The Concept Of Money

A few days ago, our Finance Minister said Singapore property prices may decline further, “but I don’t think we’ll see a crash.” A friend who works in creative promotions, and who recently turned 40, finally bought an apartment of his … Continue reading

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The Money Is Gone

Two years ago, her husband was killed in a freak tragic accident while working at Changi Airport Budget Terminal. When this news broke, donations poured in from the public. Many Singaporeans sympathised with Madam Pusparani, 34, then also working as … Continue reading

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Can You Recognise Me?

This was a movie I wanted to watch. A return to the Zhang Yimou movies with Gong Li that captivated and moved audiences around the world. I could see the mood feel, the colour palette, the fine acting, the 1970s … Continue reading

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