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Let Us Take Care of Each Other

Let us admit it. We are all glued to any COVID19-related updates in our TV and social media accounts. Everyday we spend hours scouting for news or any kind of information that can help us combat the virus or give us details about how neighbouring cities or countries are faring. The same virus that is causing paranoia and anxiety as we … [Read More...]

All Over The Place

The Leap To Vietnam

My ability to block everything when I want to focus on only one thing has always been a welcomed respite; however I have

Acoustic Coffee: Home Outside Home

Last May, Schenn and I were on the prowl for a new place to hang out in. We were so tired of lazing about in Major

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Tips and Know Hows

Kick-Starting My Blog

As far as I can remember, I have been writing my thoughts since I was 10 years old. Nope, my parents never brought me

Ube Ice Cream Anyone?

One of the perks of vacationing in an island is learning a skill without really planning to. Other than learning the

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Bread and Butter

On Contracts: It’s All About What You Want

In light of what recently happened, I decided to write this article about what people should check before signing their

The ‘Overseas Employment Certificate’ Drama

I never imagined that getting an OEC (Overseas Employment Certificate) was even harder than what I originally

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Things That Matter

What To Do

So I cried again, for the nth time since I first arrived in India. I didn’t want to but I couldn’t help it. India was

Handmade Postcards For A Cause

I have finally started my fundraising initiative after months of deliberating on what project I was going to sink my

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All About Dance

Learning, Unlearning, and Relearning: The Importance of Keeping an Open Mind

For many years, my resolve for dance research was rooted to the concept of independence. That “dance research”

D2 Dance Club: A Cradle for Emerging Youth Culture

The room was relatively quiet, other than the sound of isolated instruments playing from a laptop. They were on the

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People

Cynthia: The Not So Ordinary Mother

Because it’s mother’s day here in Thailand, I decided to write about that crazy lady who have turned my world

Doi: The Travelling Feet

Meet Doi. 30-something who quit being a corporate junkie two years ago so she can do the things she loves doing –

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