Monthly Archives: October 2012

No. We don’t need to create “real space” for our students.

Image by Richard Li We don’t need to create real spaces. We just need to acknowledge the ones that already exist. So I opened up the papers for the first time in a long time, and I saw something on … Continue reading

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Ray Bradbury – The Martian Chronicles

I bought The Martian Chronicles at a library book sale. I’ve been to 3 sales so far. I believe I bought it in either the first or second. It’s been sitting on my shelf for a while. I had read Farenheit … Continue reading

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building the story

an idea has been tossing around my head for years and years and I plan to get started on it after my a’s- which is to write a singaporean story/stories that attempts to capture what it’s like to grow up … Continue reading

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October 2012

I have many thoughts on my mind, and sometimes they immobilize me. So I should start by writing them down. 1: I’d like to have a summary of my life. A detailed memoir or autobiography is a rather ambitious undertaking, … Continue reading

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Cpt. Choi Yongcong: In Polite and Vehement Objection to ‘Singaporeans Too Weak? LOL’ – For all our NSFs/NSmen past, present, future.

Ever since PTE Lee Rui Feng Dominique Sarron passed away in an unfortunate training incident, there has been a flurry of discussions and comments. I watched first with interest, then frustration, and then finally anger. Anger that we’ve trivialized the … Continue reading

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