A Drop of Golden Sun

It’s Saturday, i have a lot of work to do, but as usual my common response to crippling workloads is to PROCRASTINATE. The Buddha from Pinterest and the Internet was right: “The problem is, you think you have time” | Internet Buddha In any case, i thought it wouldn’t do anyone any harm if I […]

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On Singaporean Revisionists: A Critique

So was Lim Chin Siong a communist? Actually, I don’t think it really matters. In the early hours of 2 February 1963, just a few months before Singapore’s merger with the Federation of Malaya, to form Malaysia, over a hundred trade union leaders, Nanyang University leaders, rural association leaders were arrested under the orders of the […]

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Mightier than the Sword

Crystal thrust of a great spear deeper than the sparkling ocean-galaxy Pinpoint apex of an iceberg running into the oldest singing dream Yet you wield this weapon so carelessly; your lazy tired scrying These meandering wine-dark rivers which you spill onto My milk-white plains, marble-cold and endless forest Don’t you know the fury clenched in […]

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Why Do You Go Away?

  Why do you go away? If it is adventure you seek, or curiosity that guides you, then perhaps consider USE2315: Participatory Development in Southeast Asia, a USP field-based (overseas) module offered by USP Faculty A/P Peter Vail in the summer (otherwise known as the special semester in NUS). Like many terms and concepts birthed […]

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Solo in Egypt: In Search of a Dream

So here’s the writing assignment for Tripzilla I wrote, where I forced myself to condense my seven-day adventure solo across Egypt. Advertisements

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