Writing to feel Alive in a Pandemic World

An open laptop, a pen lying across an open book with scribbles on it, with a cup and a vase of flowers beside them.

I recently came across a post that mentioned about how people turn to writing during times of crisis. I will never forget this particular description, for it truly speaks to my heart. “A diary can serve as a stimulant to feeling. It can remind the author, whether she is writing from prison or the warfront […]

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Sakura – Ephemeral Beauty of Life and Childhood

I know, it’s way past cherry blossom period, even past spring. We are already entering into the tsuyu (rainy period) now. But I have taken so many captivating shots of sakura that I want to share, and it’s better late than never, right? I really wanted to upload earlier, but couldn’t manage to because of, […]

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The Shinkansen Hero

With the recent terrible news of a murder in the Shinkansen on June 9, everyone is concerned about the safety of the Japan’s public transportation as the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics approaches. I am indeed rather apprehensive in boarding the bullet train now, I must admit when I boarded it on Sunday, I couldn’t sleep […]

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A Bride’s Glow

Every bride will have her dream gown, her dream wedding. But while every bride may not be able to get her ideal gown or wedding, every bride will still radiate happiness, because, over any glittering tiaras and crystal beadings on the gown, what she looks forward to the most is her future with her beloved, […]

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My Memories with SRJC

To learn that my school was merging, was surprisingly, difficult for me. Don’t get me wrong, I had beautiful times with it, and some of my best friends have graduated from the very same school with me. It’s just that as I have graduated from it, I have never once looked back. I have never […]

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Nature VS Concrete

Recently, I had the opportunity to work with my university friend, Darren, who has been interested in photography ever since our university days. It is definitely fun and relaxing to do a photoshoot with a friend! He had a ready theme in mind, and I was there to execute his vision. His theme was, you guessed […]

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Real life vs Reel life – Pokemon Go

Their popularity may be slipping, but there are still pockets of people loitering around catching the cute little monsters, particularly in MBS, where I suppose all the rare monsters frolic about. Let me just set this straight. No I do not play Pokemon Go, nor am I interested in starting. The only things I have […]

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Dreamworld – Big 9 Thrill Rides (SBTS)

Final episode of Science Behind the Scream took me to Australia, Gold Coast, again. I had a great time in Movie World, but I was especially psyched, but this time it is at the biggest theme park in Gold Coast, Dreamworld. I have heard from so many people about the exciting, heart-stopping rides in Dreamworld […]

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Everland – A Lovebirds’ Eden (SBTS)

Before I get into my experience in Everland, I need to make a quick statement on why my face seemed swollen on certain shots in Science Behind The Scream. After a few nights of wondering what was causing my face and neck to itch terribly and break out into rashes that I could luckily cover up […]

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LegoLand Malaysia – Art of Building (SBTS)

LegoLand Malaysia is a kid’s paradise. Most adults would probably not enjoy this amusement park  much, since it seems primarily targeted towards children. Unless of course, you are an avid fan of Lego. Still, there are some pretty spectacular sights to see, such as the famous MiniLand, and the Star Wars MiniLand. Star Wars MiniLand […]

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