“A hundred years from now no one will care, so get over yourself.” Harper’s Bazaar Malaysia started the new year with a nice bang. I truly enjoyed the content for … Continue reading Best Read of The Month: Harper’s Bazaar January Gem
I hope one day running can give me as much clarity as swimming does. With swimming, the challenge is always at the start: staring into the pool, tip-toe around, and … Continue reading Swim Time: Clarity time
The thing about dream is: you either remember or you don’t.
Some say if you do remember, it means you did not manage a good, deep sleep. That means, for the past 30 years, I probably only managed 60% sleep. And none of them was good deep sleep.
Apparent when Peng LiYuan （彭丽媛）became the First Lady of China, the Chinese media celebrated the end of a long jinxed era, and welcome Peng with open arms. Chinese media praised … Continue reading Fashion Story: The Perfect China Export
“走在人生路上，会看到很多人走在自己的前面。不要和他人比较，不要羡慕成功者，而是要尊敬，抱着祝福的心情。每个人都不一样，目标也不相同，走路的速度不同，步伐和节奏也不同，和他人比较，会让自己感到不安。” 我告诉你，在2014年年头就让我阅读到这本书，实在是象征着美好一年的开始。 我告诉你，我非常喜欢这本书，因为它实在太可爱了。在可爱简单的当中，更清清楚楚地写出我们也许懂，但是不会做的事情。
They say once you have said something, you can no longer take it back. I guess it should be the same with words written (though editing is always an option, but it is not exactly how a pro does it).
So here, via Zero to Hero, I’m now writing down the purpose of this blog for 2014.
*This blog is about things I’m passionate about – coffee sharing, book reviews, things that inspired me, running stories and maybe a little bit about fashion that I cannot seem to get it out of my head.
*It is both personal and out there for you, because knowledge learned, is more useful when we share it.
If my words and sharing makes a slight different in your daily life, I would be deeply honoured.
And, I’m always glad to hear from you.
Till then, take care.
It has been for awhile. Really.
Many commented I should continue to blog, given that for 2013 I have been taking writing seriously offline.
So I have been thinking.
To avoid disappointment (with myself of course), I will resume this site slowly, and may even be bilingual.
Let’s see how it goes?
And now, let’s make 2014 a great year.
Last month I went on a short trip to Singapore, crazy enough for a concert. Singapore is a country I frequent couple of times every year, for work and pleasure. … Continue reading The K-ki