For the August 2017 issue of Mid-levels Magazine, I interviewed Celia Hu, the Editor-at-Large of Foodie Magazine.
Because I just can’t get Singapore out of my head! It’s been six months in Hong Kong now, and I’m finding my feet surely but slowly. This piece I submitted to The Financial Diet (TFD) came out while I was on a week-long trip back to Singers. Click here for the original post on TFD, a personal finance blog started by the super sassy Chelsea Fagan. *** Each week, TFD is taking
I’ve grown up in Singapore. No, not in the “from zero to 18 years old” sense but in the “coming into my own as an adult” sense. Four years ago, and just one month after I graduated, I got on a plane to Singapore (via one month’s vacation in Taipei) excited to begin my life as not a student for the first time. Like many expats before me, I thought
A few months ago, my friend Don Bosco of Super Cool Books, who I know through our work with OpenBrief, sent me a copy of Lion City Adventures for review. Originally, he suggested I might like to use the activity book the next time my younger brother visited Singapore, but Josh won’t be visiting for a while. After reading it, I realized it would be great not only for those aged 8