I’m a sucker for outdoor- parks and beaches especially. Plus, I love films. So you can imagine how much I love open-air cinemas. Ever since I ticked it off from “my list,” I can’t stop researching and waiting for the next open-air cinema schedule. And it just got better when Singapore had the first Sunset Cinema in May! Fresh air, sand, a good film (I … Continue reading Who doesn’t love Open-Air Cinema?
About 4 years ago, many good souls touched my heart when our family’s heart was broken. Dad was diagnosed with liver cirrhosis and we were told that his case was terminal with only less than 6 months to live. The agony was unbearable knowing that you only have 6 short months or less to show how grateful you are to one of the two people … Continue reading Friday Night-out: Donating Blood in Singapore
If you’re based in Singapore, chances are you know “POKKA.” A good friend of mine who used to work in this city said that its Green Tea was her usual company when she was working over time. When I was based in the Philippines, I only know about their Carrot Juice whenever I visit the nearest Japanese grocery store. Rarely, you’ll see you a POKKA drink in the … Continue reading POKKA rules in a different level
Almost 2 years ago, I visited and fell in love with the “convenient” country instantly and wished that I’ll have a chance to work and live there. This year, after keeping my crazy faith in my dream job, I was given a very good opportunity to explore and establish my career and a bonus to move to Singapore. Coming from Manila, moving here is such … Continue reading Turning "bano" as I move to SG
First time I’ve seen a place in #Singapore where you can just throw trashes on the floor. 🙂 thanks to. @nicoleowx! (at Emerald Hill No 5) Continue reading
One of the most interesting celebration of new year for me is the Chinese way. Because of their many different beliefs and rituals, they welcome the new year full of hope and optimism.Two weeks after I moved to Singapore, I celebrated CNY for the first time together with my We Are Social family. Here, the Chinese believe that tossing up yu sheng (raw fish salad) … Continue reading Toss up for a good year!
Near Clark Quay, Taku & I waited for the sunset as we admire the beauty of Singapore. “I’ll show you around when I work here soon,” I uttered as we listened to the silence and watched the sun goes down. Read more about Singapore stories here. Continue reading
“There’s no such thing as too much of a good thing”—that’s what I read in one of the under renovation shops in Marina Bay Sands and I think, that’s Singapore for me. Living in Singapore I think is like living only once in a week– only on a Sunday when everyone’s getting together, happily greeting each other, eat out, unlimited sharing of stories, fast paced … Continue reading Singapore, it’s always Sunday.