Chester Bennington - 1976 to 2017

Thank You Chester

I didn’t expect the abrupt end to Linkin Park’s lead vocalist Chester Bennington’s life to affect me. But it did and I was brought to recognise a part of me that I was and probably still am not comfortable with. My music preferences lean towards a more classical genre, shaped by my dad’s daily indulgence

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An Artist's Impression of the "Nian". (Credit: Jasonj05, Deviantart)

Lunar Memories

Lunar New Year has always been kind of an awkward event for me. I could not really grasp the Lunar Calendar since young. It has been a somewhat mystical event that begins with a story of how a beast terrorized a village in the past. This evil creature would do so every spring and was

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Kong Hee – A Christian’s POV

This post is on religion which is a very subjective. Everyone interpretes religion differently. You see that in the vast numbers of religions, the vast denominations within religions (e.g. Methodist, Protestants, etc for Christians and Sunni, Aqidah, etc for Muslims). Within denominations there are differences between places of worship. And within places of worship, differences between members.

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Nose Job

I’ve explored every section in the ENT Department in SGH. Ears when I was young, a surgery for tonsillitis when I was in MI and now my nose. I landed in the same Ward 55B again and was due for a surgery to remove the excess skin foldings in my nose and to correct the

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two years on

So here we are again… There’s this burning urge to write after I stopped blogging for a long while. That was back on National Day 2006. Man, a good long 2 years plus. Things have changed pretty much. Well things change for every single male in Singapore at this time. Read: NSF. Ok, fast forward.

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