At the Republic of Singapore Navy’s Information Centre where I work we like to talk about building bridges with international partners. Continue reading Seas and sailors
Tsukiji market is bloody, messy, and despite being a tourist attraction it all feels rather organic. Continue reading “Tsukiji market”
Encountering unexpected kindness from a stranger in India. Continue reading Mate in India
The first thing that hits you about Phimai is how small it is – possibly the smallest town I have ever seen. Continue reading Pseudo-angkorean temples. Say Wat?
Meng can still recall the day the Khmer Rouge liberated Cambodia from civil war, and how people celebrated in the streets. Continue reading Portrait of a survivor
I try to eat clean in my daily life, but while traveling I have a pretty adventurous palate.
Hsinchu’s version of inter-varsity games proves a whole lot more vulgar and entertaining than what Singapore is used to. Continue reading “Beat the dogs to death”