I am currently on a hiatus from social media, and my phone will be turned off most of the time, if not all the time. The last time I did this was in 2017. Setbacks after setbacks have forced me to take a drastic measure, as it was increasing noisy that I cannot hear myself.… Continue reading Hiatus
As Singaporeans, we often expect high standards from our leaders. There is nothing wrong with that, although I don’t advocate a sense of entitlement. However, personally, I think it is important that we as citizens do better ourselves. I recently came across this article in CNA which talks about organ donation in Singapore. We often… Continue reading Things we can do better as citizens
So today, I got an email out of the blue. It was from a legitimate email address, but I was not expecting any documents. Most probably, someone’s email got compromised. What I did next was that I called up the organisation from which the email was sent and asked if there is such a person.… Continue reading Cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility
I was scrolling through Facebook when I saw this post shared by a friend. It was made anonymously on NTU confession. I was tempted to post a comment. Then I realised that I am really trying to be quiet this year. So I didn’t. In fact, I used to be quite active on NTU confession… Continue reading NTU Confession Post – Spending 6 years in Engineering
So today when I went to SGH for a medical appointment, I met this lady who was waiting at the entrance of the cafe. I bought my drink and food and asked if she is waiting for a seat, just in case I cut her queue. She kinda shocked me with her tone but I… Continue reading Blind Spots?
I have stopped writing for some time, because I cannot really afford the time. I wanted to focus on what I needed to do, which is to pass my degree. The last two modules that I have taking in order to graduate is exceptionally tough, and I am afraid that I wouldn’t make it after… Continue reading Thoughts #1