Interesting Incident Illustration: Colosseum Chocolate

Tuesday, 22nd May 2018. While queuing for tickets into the Colosseum, the young Asian lady dropped her piece of chocolate on the ancient floor (well-worn and stepped on by the millions of tourists) of the world famous amphitheatre. She gingerly picked it up… Sniffed it a couple of times… And popped it back into her […]

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Italy Trip 2018 – A Summary

Just got back from a 8 days trip to Italy. Visited Rome and Milan, spent 5 days and 3 days respectively. Quite an eye-opening experience, I especially enjoy walking up and down the cobblestone streets of Rome. In Rome, we have visited most of the obligatory touristy places of interest, snapped a lot of pictures. […]

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Turning 35

Today is my birthday. Woke up this morning, brushed my teeth and prepared for the day as usual. Physically I did not feel any difference. Will I be doing any kind of celebration today? Not really. I am currently at work but my colleagues bought me a cake and sang me the birthday song which […]

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Interesting Incident Illustration: Bread Lady

Encountered this young lady in the bakery this afternoon. Dressed in gym garb, the lady was simultaneously grabbing free bread sample with one hand and stuffing her face with the other hand. Must be going through some hard times. I only wish she did not sort and pick through the samples with her bare hands.

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SBC Classics

These days, I hardly spend any time watching television as I prefer getting my videos online where I have control over what I watch during my very limited free time. As a child, I used to spend countless hours in front of the television, consuming everything SBC (Singapore Broadcasting Corporation) threw at me. Recently, colleagues and […]

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03rd May 2018 – An Update

We are already in the month of May and boy, is this month packed! Have not been feeling my best recently. Pulled something in the gym; heard and felt a strange “crunch” somewhere behind my left shoulder blade. I am not in any pain, but somehow, I could not fully turn my neck without feeling […]

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Through the Looking Glass

One day, my primary school arranged for an optician over. One by one, my classmates and I spent a little time with the optician who put us through a series of tests. Later that afternoon, after my session with the optician, I was diagnosed with myopia. Personally, I was totally indifferent with the result of my […]

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