Category Archives: Day to day

Hokkien Mee And A New Life

While I was driving, a food blogger was talking on the radio about an authentic ‘old school’ Hokkien Mee stall. How this man uses two ladles to toss the noodles up in the air till you can smell its aroma. … Continue reading

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Missing

It is already mid May. Yet for some people, April never left. It was a month most of us were bewildered by missing passengers. Of a plane that disappeared. And a ferry that sank. The plane went missing in early … Continue reading

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Make Haste Slowly

We all know of someone who is quietly efficient. There is not much fuzz around this person. Yet somehow things are done. Sometimes big things are accomplished. We will also know of people who achieve against the odds. Meeting deadlines … Continue reading

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Stopping The Bully

She is 81. Like some actresses, she has had plastic surgery. Last year, she was honoured at the Cannes Film Festival where she was greeted with a standing ovation. On March 2 this year, she presented an award at the … Continue reading

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The Morning Glory

This month, Singaporeans are captivated by the Trumpet Tree, also known as Pink Poui, flowering across the island. They are like our Sakura Trees, those blooming in Japan right now. I am captivated. The pink flowers on the trees and … Continue reading

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