“Say who you are, really say it in your life and in your work. Tell someone out there who is lost, someone not yet born, someone who won’t be born for 500 years. Your writing will be a record of your time. It can’t help but be that. But more importantly, if you’re honest about… Read More “Say who you are… in your life and in your work
Japanese candy making technique (amezaiku) where you get to eat small sculptured pieces of art. To make this delectable treat, candy artists take the melted mizuame and quickly shapes it using their hands and some simple tools, such as scissors and tweezers.
The Chinese are famous for various forms of holistic health practices, such as acupuncture, massage, and herbalism, all of which are used widely throughout the world as an alternative means of improving quality of life and alleviating sickness. My personal experience with Chinese therapy came in the form of practicing Tai Chi, or Tai Chi… Read More Tai Chi – A Coping Mechanism for Illness
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Gahaha, I just have to do this one! Corniest of all corn in the world: Q: Why is this an Asian squirrel? Tada~ A: Because it eats rice! * * * Pardon me for the silly riddle. I captured this pic when I first moved back to Singapore and was…
Most of us go through life feeling that we are missing out on something. Yet that “something” is often an undefinable, beyond our grasp feeling that there could be more to our days than our normal routines. We wake up, go to our 9-5 jobs, come home, pay the bills and rinse and repeat.… Read More Quench