On The Road Again – From Sri Petaling To Kukup

16th November 2013 – I had to wake up at 4am to get myself ready so that Paul and I could have breakfast at 5am, before we set off at 6am to Kukup, where I would be meeting my photography kakis. Fearing that I may not wake up on time, I decided not to sleep. … Continue reading

Unpalatable Plates & Passionate Paul

How can I tell you about him? Paul has been my family friend for 15 years, maybe more. Who cares? I’m not counting the years of our friendship but I would like to count my blessings having him. He was the one who introduced me to charity work more than 10 years ago. He was … Continue reading

Hair For Hope 2013

Remember my friend Paul whom I said was quite hands on in charity work? After phototaking for his friend and son, and shavees at the event, Paul went to the wall where the queue was. In Paul’s own words, “The queue was so long… They told me they had to close the queue. Haiz… my … Continue reading

Igniting A Passion @ A-roy Thai

I started blogging on 30th November 2012 when Vanessa got me set up on wordpress. Then in February 2013 when I was returning to Singapore for good, Vanessa gave me her Canon. She said she’s impressed that I had kept on blogging. Mo from http://littleballofmadness.wordpress.com asked me if I used a SLR on my Char Bee … Continue reading

Jam It Up!

Home-made jams are purer and more intense. You can control the sweetness and texture according to your taste and desire. Strawberry Jam Recipe Ingredients: 1.5kg Strawberries, ripe and firm with no green tinge. 1 – 1.5kg Castor Sugar, according to taste. Juice of ½ Lemon. Zest of ½ Lemon (organic or unwaxed), optional. 5-10g Butter, … Continue reading

Singapore’s Street Food – Pasir Panjang Food Centre

It is true that eating is a sport and national past time in Singapore. In a multicutural society like this tropical island, there are literally hundreds of dishes available… So what is Singapore food? In a manner of speaking, Singapore food is a cocktail of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Nonya, plus an aspersion of Eurasion and … Continue reading