Learning how to draw a doggie, 画狗狗

Another session with the seniors at Bt Panjang Methodist Church Hokkien service. While I thought that I was there to teach them, they were there to teach me lessons in life too. The session was on how to paint a doggie with some blades and a Chinese character “樂” or “乐”。 This time round I…

A revisit-Singapore Chinese Garden

A revisit to my childhood places when I started biking again in Nov. The Singapore Chinese Garden is described as a tranquil patch of imperial China in the west of Singapore. Having passed by it countless times when I drove or take the MRT to Jurong, I decided to ride there with my new bike…

A special moment

A chance encounter with two sweet young P6 girls when I was cycling to the Bukit Timah Hawker Centre taught me a few things. It was one of those school projects that the girls embark on as part of their P6 project called “Values in Action(VIA)Project”. It started when two of them stopped me and…

The Mongolian Horses and the Ger

It was one of those chance encounters that you meet when you are in Mongolia. The brief encounter with these two ponies inspired me to paint them. The beauty of Chinese ink painting is such that you can use the brush in a variety of mediums. These are some sketches and paintings using ink on…