Monthly Archives: January 2017

Hope the rooster brings better fortunes

Taipan wasn’t choked with traffic like it always is before Chinese New Year. It was busy but if you had driven around a couple of times, you could still have found a parking bay. Which is unusual. In previous years, … Continue reading

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La La Land is here

If you are looking for an entertaining movie, then, I would recommend La La Land, starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. It’s a lightweight movie, meaning you won’t have to think too much, but it has enough content to keep you … Continue reading

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Saree twists and turns

I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry when I read about the vigilantes who send a Facebook warning that women who are “inappropriately dressed” at the coming Thaipusam festival will be spray painted. Really? Don’t these men have anything … Continue reading

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Reconciling hope with reality

There’s a huge disconnect between hope and reality. For those of us who hope by faith, it can be a problem. We hope because we know God can do anything, but we fail to see the reality. The reality will … Continue reading

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