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Offer by University College London

Got an email from UCL (University College London) telling me that I've been awarded an unconditional offer to do my BA and Masters of Engineering next year. Strangely with my application last September, I...

Taking a Break

Just as how carefree the kacang puteh man sold me snacks at the Catay previously, makes me wonder that sometimes, the best things in life are the simple little things- Simple little things which...

Nike Lunarlite Flywire Racer+ Review – Verdict

After more runs with my "marathon capable" Nike Lunar racer, here is the 2nd installment to my review of this fantastic pair of running shoes. I can't deny that my following runs after...

Nike Lunarlite Flywire Racer+ Review- First Impressions

I’ve got a new pair of Nike Lunar racers and promised to write a review of it. So here goes, the first part with my first impressions. The first thing you can do is to...

Ending the Formula 1 2008 season

When Felipe Massa crossed the finishing line last Sunday, he was the 2008 world champion for a moment, till Lewis came and took it from him 38.9 seconds later. For the Brazilian, it was...

Burger and Lobster Changi Jewel

Chilling at Beyond Villa Phuket

Istana Heritage Gallery

Coco Curry Ichibanya

Ikea Julbord Christmas Buffet Dinner

Hans im Glück Burgers Vivocity

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Kyoto city, Japan

Kyoto is chill city in the central-western part of Japan on the island of Honshu. It is a city of history and culture. Also,...

Old Habits Cafe Safra Mount faber

Shibuya Tokyo sights, Japan

Tokyo Shinjuku Musings, Japan

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Happy 55th National Day Singapore!

It is time of the year again. Happy 55th National Day Singapore! This year's 55th birthday is one celebrated with unsettling times. Still, the...

Takagi Ramen Ang Mo Kio

Wolfgang Zwiener steakhouse burgers

Tokyo National Museum

Eng Wantan noodles