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Our Wedding at Salt Grill & Sky Bar

A wedding is a life changing milestone and also a heck lot of work. It would be a pity if the entire process was not documented and recorded. My wife Alyssa and I went through

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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

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NUS Commencement 2013 – End of an Era

[caption id="attachment_5334" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Commencement 2013 was a milestone and an especially wonderful day for my parents.[/caption] I was not looking forward to Commencement. Commencement is NUS's rebadge of Convocation which basically refers to the

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The fish tank lies in the background.

Keeping Pets I – Fishes (1990-1996)

[caption id="attachment_5306" align="aligncenter" width="615"] The fish tank lies in the background. Unfortunately, this was the only shot we had of the fish tank.[/caption] This is long overdue. I have been keeping pets since the age

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Where you will roam in your years as an Economics undergraduate.

Reflections: Majoring in Economics at NUS

[caption id="attachment_4937" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Where you will roam in your years as an Economics undergraduate.[/caption] I stepped out of the exam hall two days back amidst cheers from my fellow course mates. For almost all us, this

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The story behind this view.

The Story of Our Current Home

[caption id="attachment_3898" align="aligncenter" width="615"] The story behind this view.[/caption] In the midst of the continual negativity around population and housing issues, I thought it'll be refreshing to share something different. My family moved from a

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

Lunar Memories

[caption id="attachment_3593" align="aligncenter" width="615"] An Artist's Impression of the "Nian". (Credit: Jasonj05, Deviantart)[/caption] Lunar New Year has always been kind of an awkward event for me. I could not really grasp the Lunar Calendar since

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Christmas: A Once A Year Visit To Town (Outside Plaza Singapura in 1989)

Memories of Christmas

[caption id="attachment_2841" align="aligncenter" width="615"] Christmas: A Once A Year Visit To Town (Family Outside Plaza Singapura in 1989)[/caption] Christmas has always been a festive that I looked forward to ever since I was a child.

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Forstall & Sinofsky: Iron fisted leaders disposed.

Management: The Balance of Character and Characters

[caption id="attachment_2544" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Forstall & Sinofsky: Iron fisted leaders disposed.[/caption] Sinofsky's departure from Microsoft nearly mirrors Forstall's move away from Apple. Both of them played key roles in Windows (7 & 8) and iOS

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A really good view - Supreme Court, Parliament, City Skyline

My Internships & Work Experiences

I have completed 2 full summer internships during the undergraduate years. I am going to undertake my fourth year this coming semester and am about to enjoy the final week of my last ever summer

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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,

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Google Apps. Goodbye Outlook.

You learn something new everyday. I have owned my domain davejunia.com for nearly 8 years now and have only realized that I could have made the switch to Google Apps to run my email. Obviously,

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The Cloud. Dumping Outlook.

Technology and the Younger Me I am a relative early adopter of technology. I do so for productivity boosts, not to be a technological hipster. Back in the 2000s, I adopted carrying a Palm handheld as an

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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

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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

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