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That Sorta-Before-Sunrise Walk Around Vienna

About two years ago, I dragged my friend Robson to come do the 'Before Sunrise' walk with me in Vienna and his response was, "What is Before Sunrise, bitch?" And of course, I went to great lengths explaining to him about the love story of Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) which started with Before Sunrise (1995) then followed … [Read More...]

All Over The Place

Whale Sharks In Oslob, Cebu: Of Maintaining The Required Distance And Everything Else

I initially planned to start this article with un-tampered zeal about my first encounter with Oslob’s whale sharks but

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

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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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