This is the timeline of events for how our family of 4 caught COVID in Singapore
Lately, I have been getting comments that people have been enjoying speaking to me. On the other hand, how have I? A warning that this is far from teaching you the art of conversing but my cry for help on how to converse. Conversations. The play that reenacts often in my head and the flow … Continue reading Art of conversing
Vaccination jab Another pandemic year made me feel as if my prime youth is spent wasted, cooped at home. It also marks my 1-year mark in my first full-time job during COVID times, and the longest I've ever worked in any place. A quick recap (before I sincerely reflect) tells me that this is probably … Continue reading 2 0 2 1
"Annqi, wanna call?" "Now? Wait ah" "Ok" In JC, two of my best guy friends - one so eccentric and another so retarded; correction both are retarded and eccentric, both of them liked me at the same time. That was probably the most happening of my romance life ever. I remember how it was such … Continue reading An unexpected call with the guy who used to like me
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“Please pray for R.” Rows of “🙏🙏” flooded the family chat group by confused relatives trying to play a part. Within an hour, a solemn text followed by a hit of reality, “R has passed away.” I attended the wake of my 7-year-old niece near the start of this Chinese New Year. Due to the … Continue reading Attending the wake of someone younger than me
The year with masks, circuit breaker, HIIT regimes, Zoom stonks and beginning of my adulting.
Apart from death (or who knows), everything that comes to an end brings about the start of another journey. As I concluded my one year in Stockholm being under NUS Overseas Colleges programme learning about entrepreneurship and relationships, I was preparing to meet my family after 1 year of not seeing them. Bringing my Asian … Continue reading Reunion after 1 year
Hi, I am 23. I am young and fairly inexperience with what life is looking to put me through. What I want to address in this blog, is the preconceived idea of how I feel towards certain topics and I hope that one day when I do feel that I have met these feelings, I … Continue reading How would these feelings feel like?
2019 was the year I left everything in Singapore for a year-long internship in Stockholm under a start-up to learn about entrepreneurship. A completely different year from my past years, but this year has taught me that: In my future years, there will probably not be a year like any years I've had. Each year … Continue reading 2 0 1 9