Tag Archives: Singapore

What kinds of work interest you the most?

In Summer 2018, I need to start seriously preparing for the next chapter of life. I am an introvert, I prefer to work alone together. I like quiet environment. I appreciate the opportunities to introduce my children to my work early in their lives [1]. … *** [1] As an intern at LOLA MullenLowe, a […]

How to eat colourfully?

I love all colors though I have preferences for the colors that I wear [1] and the places where I live [2]. On Father’s Day 2018 (20180617), the bright, bold and merry red made me feeling sad as Papa passed away 35 days ago. The idea to allow my children and myself to eat colorfully […]

What art materials are safe for children?

On 20180617, Honey Panda and I were having different thoughts on which one was better for Little Princess: a crayon or a color pencil? Toddlers have to press hard to get bright color from crayons and parts of them fall off or break easily. Pencil tips may fall off and a 2 to 3 year […]

What is your gratitude list for summer 2018?

While Summer 2018 presented tragic events to us (the sudden demise of Papa and my sister’s father-in-law), there were still things that we are thankful for. Our gratitude list for summer 2018: Little Prince enjoyed happy swim moments at the residence of Little Prince’s maternal grandparents. Little Prince has been helping me to hang the […]

What can we learn about being mortal?

Few days before our father’s death, which we didn’t anticipate [1], I was browsing the New York Bestselling list. Similar to my father who writes a book about his passion, I aspire to be an author whose books are widely read and benefit many people. Then, I encountered a book entitled “Being Mortal: Medicine and […]

What things do we really need?

On 20180527, after arrival from a heartbreaking multi-city journey of bidding farewell forever to the maternal grandfather of Little Prince and Little Princess, we found that our home at the birth city of both Little Prince and Little Princess too dusty. Consequently, Little Prince suffered from itchy eyes and itchy noses. He also sneezed non-stop. […]

Why do our peers matter?

On 20180613, a former colleague shared how his application to volunteer at a primary school where he hopes his son (born in the same month and year as Little Prince) will attend, was rejected. The school has too many aspiring applicants! His main motivation of sending his son to a better primary school was that […]