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Sunrise Bakehouse – A labour of love
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Sunrise Bakehouse – A labour of love

“Do you have any ideas for a name?” J asked as we lazed by the river after yet another sumptuous lunch in Yangshuo (more to come on Yangshuo soon). J’s mother, affectionately known as Auntie Jen, is an avid baker who loves to bring happiness to those around her with […]

A Better Florist: Happiness in a bouquet
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A Better Florist: Happiness in a bouquet

It’s been terribly terribly long since I’ve last posted something here. So much has changed since my last post! I don’t even know where to begin. I’ve experienced so many ups and downs in the last 10 months and I’ve definitely learnt a lot about myself and those around me. […]

The Selfish Lone Traveler
Life, Thoughts, Travel

The Selfish Lone Traveler

Yep. That’s me. Selfish and alone. I’ve been pondering what it means to travel alone, both for myself and from the perspective of an outsider. Several people can relate to the freedom that comes with traveling alone, but are curious as to whether I ever feel lonely when I’m traveling, while others […]

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Food

Tai Cheong Bakery: Holland Village vs Takashimaya

It’s been a gazillion years since I’ve posted so I’m dropping by with a quick post on Tai Cheong Bakery while the hype is still going on. If you haven’t already heard the buzz, Tai Cheong Bakery has started a Cha Chaan Teng at Holland Village selling your usual Cha […]

Four Generations in One Pool
Life, Thoughts

Four Generations in One Pool

I came home for a midweek swim today, to recharge after a pretty packed schedule these few days. But I ended up learning a lot more from it than I expected. Imagine going for a swim, and ending up in a pool with four generations of people, and learning a […]