What is your superpower?

April 3, 2014

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The biggest lesson one could learn from growing up is to make priorities. Ditching behind insignificant things and people while moving on to those who endear you. In the past, I tried to please everyone, stuck with exuberant peers and deemed yourself jolly. Soon, I realised how uneasy I have been. Making discreet comments and […]

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Office outfit ideas

June 4, 2013

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I’m approaching the stage where I have to knock off the little tank tops and graphic-tees for, taadaa, the new grad is entering the workforce. Despite all the reluctance, pillow-crying and ranting of having to step into this new stage of my life, every cloud has a silver lining. I actually cannot wait to dress […]

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Fake it till you make it– to the beach!

May 21, 2013

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I know how depressing it is– counting down the exams you have until your holiday officially arrives, or, looking out the window to see enough black clouds gathering to cry you a river. You want summer. You want the sun– not the torrential downpour you see everyday. You want the beach– not sand and water […]

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Surprise flower

March 15, 2013

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I don’t like presents, but I love surprises. I don’t like flowers, but I love ice-cream. It is very hard to please me. I prefer not receiving presents during ABC (anniversaries, birthdays and Christmas) mainly because I hate getting things I dislike which usually end up in that corner of my drawer. I don’t like […]

Tea amnesia

March 2, 2013

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I learned the Brits way of tea-drinking when I was in high school. I love tea, I am happiest when I see my scent-filled Clippers tea collection box at home. But whats laughable is my inability to cope with Chinese Tea and Hong Kong-style Milk Tea, they give me horrible stomach cramps that last forever.  […]

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Flower child

February 25, 2013

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What I love most about being a journalist is getting to talk to different people. From successful CEOs to people in need. I used to hate this process– running around, interviewing people you don’t even care about and constantly nodding when you listen to them, not to mention the disrespectful yawn that should never be […]

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JMSC: More than just a pole

May 8, 2012

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Who says girls can only do ballet or hip hop dancing? A group of girls decided to stand out and take up pole dancing — a performing arts that has recently been soared with popularity, in order to keep themselves fit and release their stress. Full story at WestSideStories

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