Bus Hijack 1978

The Four Horse Road review

April 9, 2018, 0 Comments

If history has never been your favourite subject, why not try explore this unique site-specific production? Audiences are encouraged to stow our belongings away in a locker in exchange for a little pouch to take along our valuables. My boys were curious and were kept in suspense in what is to come. We were ushered in, and the story unfolded as we stepped back into 1978. We boarded a bus with a Malay driver not much older than 30 at the wheel, and a plump older man fast asleep somewhere at the back seat. We settled down as passengers and…

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DIY flower bouquet

November 19, 2017, 0 Comments

  What would we do without flowers? An old lady who has not received flowers for decades breaks into a smile , when given a bouquet out of the blue.  A boss surprises his staff with flowers to congratulate them for doing well in their project. Between spouses, specific flowers convey even deeper meanings of love, passion and devotion. Each bouquets are special, as no two flowers are alike. For each bouquet that we make or order , they will always be unique. I love flowers for its scents, its variety and how it can be wrapped and packaged in…

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Keep giving your best!

June 1, 2017, 0 Comments

This year, we have a new addition.  Our little girl, aged 2 will be joining the run with daddy and all her brothers for the very first time.  The venue this year is at Sentosa, Palawan Green. As with all runs, the boys are always eager to train for it with daddy. They run together on weekends and on some weekdays. We have been running with Cold Storage Kids run for 5 consecutive years now. Theo our oldest boy had come to love this sport because of this run and we are so grateful for the opportunity to be running…

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Cold Storage Kids Run 2016 – Running in the wind

May 25, 2016, 0 Comments

It was raining heavily the night before, so the morning was chilly. We were up earlier than usual, probably about 5am. The boys had prepared their jersey the night before were all very excited and nervous about the run. The eldest boy, now 9 is doing his first 1.6km run. We trained lesser this year, and practice sessions were often difficult because of the distance that he has to take. He ran about once a week, so he knew the drill.  But he was nervous about not being able to finish the run.  We advised him to start slow and…

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Who doesn’t want resilient kids?

March 26, 2016, 0 Comments

    “The greatest insurance policy parents can “buy” to ensure their children grow up to be healthy and resilient is to forge and maintain strong emotional connections.”  This single parenting adage seems to be a non-brainer and is touted in almost all parenting books. Yet, in Singapore, many are seen over scheduling our children for various activities. On weekdays, children attend school, then it is tuition and endless homework. On weekends we rush our children from one enrichment to another. All for good reasons to give our children a well-rounded education. My primary level children are getting busier these…