THE UNCHANGEABLES There are things in this world you cannot change no matter how hard you try, no matter what you do. Things you can’t make faster or slower. Things you just have to allow to take its course. Things that if you keep forcing or dwelling, will cause you nothing but anxiety and annoyance. … Read moreThe Unchangeables
It rained this morning as I woke up to the thunderstorm. Strangely, just as I gained consciousness from my sleep, I felt that I have been transported back to my room in Singapore. There’s something about rain that always does this to me. As I closed my eyes again, I really felt that I was … Read moreRain and my Memories
Hidden somewhere in the Tampines area in Singapore lies a house that lives a girl who crafts her own deadly ‘weapons’ inspired from video games, movies or tv-series. As we moved into her room, we were surprised to see that she has a full shelf stocked up with the required materials such as paints and some other necessary stuff. What’s more, in the room that she shares with her siblings, half of it has been turned into her own workshop in the corner.
It’s been a year, Gong Gong Po Po (grandparents in Chinese). It’s been one year since I saw you guys face to face, and it’s been a year since your bodies have left this world and in the form of silent ashes. It’s weird, I don’t feel much sadness while standing there praying in front … Read moreA Year On: Remembrance
An important lesson occurred to me when I didn’t get a smile back from a stranger. I’m currently in the middle of training myself to smile to everyone, everyone, regardless of their background (age, gender, race, appearance, etc). I found that one of the things we fear as human, is the fear of the absence … Read moreNone Of Your Business
It’s currently 3.47AM and I’m sitting in Costa Coffee, in Indira Gandhi Airport, New Delhi, every ounce of fatigue gone after 2 cups of flavored latte. Here I am, sitting, pondering upon the event that just took place a few hours ago, how I handled the situation and came upon a realization that I have … Read moreThe Thunderstorm
Imagine being your own boss by the age of 25. Sounds like a tall order isn’t it? Not for Liu Lung Hao, who seems to have hit the jackpot with his own company. However, it wasn’t always smooth sailing. It was a long and arduous journey filled with stumbling blocks and hardships. Below, we are honoured to be able to interview him despite his busy schedule!
The Father & Son duo who has been making rounds in the news recently is well deserved their fame for their slightly unusual partnership. Normally, young entrepreneurs would want to partner up with friends or people of similar ages when they want to set up a business or a start-up company. However, for Jian Min Sim, he does things differently as he chooses to partner up with his father, John Sim, when setting up SourceSage.