Three Parts of Recovery

(Inspired by my 2016 SingPoWriMo Day 18 poem and Bulbapedia) HARBINGER ˈhɑːbɪn(d)ʒə/ noun (noun: harbinger; plural noun: harbingers) HARBINGER is an Omen/Forewarning type of Word. It has no true form,…

Consumed by Wanderlust…

Going places is an addiction. Travelling is a drug that breathes life in you. We would rot in stagnation if we never got out of our town, city, country, comfort zones. Why the urge? Why the need? Why …

It’s Okay To Say No

Last Tuesday, I attended a discussion titled “Beyond Aladdin and Osama bin Laden” with two other KRC writers. Jointly organised by the Middle East Institute and the College of Alice and Pe…

The Making of an Olympian

By now, a phrase that has been oft bantered around for the past two days is “Did you watch the Rio Olympics? I can’t believe Joseph Schooling won gold!” For about a minute, a nation watched riveted, a…

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