Ommmph!

Self care is getting more important these days, the main reason being that the modern human being living in the city rushes from appointment to appointment trying to get more mileage out of the day. It took me a while to “detox” from this idea that more is better. Slowing down, getting to know people…

A new chapter!

Come Monday, I will be moving on to a full time teaching position at Republic Polytechnic Centre for Educational Development. What are some of the lessons learnt (I hope!) of the almost 10 years I spent away from a full time teaching position in an educational institution when I started OURF consultancy with a fellow…

It’s a wrap! Mongolia: Affinity 缘 Art Exhibition

Tearing down today for the art exhibition. Happy that 8 paintings were bidded for the exhibition to help raise funds and awareness for children from World Vision Mongolia and 2 sold for my visually impaired students. Some pix taken at the tearing down today. It was a happy note that NUSS staff remarked that the…

Inkdioms – Chinese idioms in ink

Having some fun with these ink impressions and giving my own take of the chinese idioms. The first: 墨韵千秋 means the rhythm of the ink goes on and on (thousands of autumn) showing my love for the use of Chinese ink to express myself:)

The iconic Sloane Court Hotel

It was a nostalgic moment of sorts when I stepped back into the Sloane Court Hotel after almost 20 years. It was a usual haunt for me and my colleagues after our work in St Joseph’s Institution as it was just a short drive away from Malcolm Road. Soon this iconic place will give way…

Opening of Mongolia: Affinity 缘 Art Exhibition at NUSS, Kent Ridge

All thanks to God who graciously provided us with the resources to hold the art exhibition. The setup was done on Monday and the opening was at the NUSS Chill Lab on 18th August 2017, graced by His Excellency, Ambassador Mr George Tumur from Mongolia. We were also fortunate to have perfomances by our fellow volunteer…

Mongolia:Affinity 缘 Art Exhibition

MONGOLIA: AFFINITY 缘 ART EXHIBITION 14th Aug to 13th Oct 2017 from Women Of Vision by Women of Vision In 2016, a group of child sponsors and Women of Vision volunteers took a trip to World Vision Singapore’s area development programme in Uvurkhangai, Mongolia. Inspired by the beauty the country has to offer and touched…