Sunday, August 23, 2009

The Blower's Daughter

I wouldn't really label this as singing. It would only be rightful to call this a musical equivalence of having read the best book of your life.

Do you know?

I was told that you are not supposed to say goodbye when u leave a wake. (Courtesy of Ah Leong. Haha....)

Thursday, August 20, 2009

阿嬷嬷 放心 走好

不要哭 让阿嬷嬷 放心 的 走好

Saturday, August 15, 2009



Thursday, August 13, 2009


Due to the recent internet issue i cant seems to upload pics so I had to post my texts first...
Finally I can upload the pics so, here's putting images to my thoughts:

She has EQ of a 1000.

The reason why a lot of people are so caught up with the truth is because they cannot let go. They are just painfully hanging on to it (reads: The truth, their beliefs... etc).

"人生中 需要讲真话吗?
好多时侯 我都没讲真话 因为人生短短 开心就好

For me, over the years, I no longer need to know the truth of everything in life. It is so intangible, so vague, so self-indulging; I choose to live in a lie.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Monday, August 03, 2009

Bangkok July 2009

Saturday, August 01, 2009

Ah-Kua Show

A quote from Emeric, the director of Ah-Kua Show...

Qn: On one hand it seems pretty progressive that in Singapore transsexuals are recognised as their reassigned sex and are able to legally marry (someone of the opposite sex) but on the other, you say you are still being called ‘bapok’ or ‘ah kua’ by strangers. What misconceptions about transsexuals do you most often hear in Singapore?

Emeric: One common misconception is that transsexuals are all prostitutes who hang out at Orchard Towers and Changi Village, soliciting for customers with certain perverse preferences. It's similar to the thinking that gays all love rave parties where they do drugs, get naked and have sex. Just because one group within a community with certain lifestyle practices happens to be most visible at the time does not mean that their conduct applies or is representative of the whole community. We want to show that transsexuals lead responsible lives and contribute just as much as anyone else to Singapore.

And something from Leona...

Qn: Are Singaporean men generally accepting of transsexuals as romantic partners? What are the biggest challenges that you face with Singaporean men compared with non-Singaporean men (and vice versa)?

Leona: Singporean men? Let's not even go there. The cute ones are mostly gay, the straight and cute ones are too short. Lol. It's neither race nor ethnicity, I believe. It's what's down there - I mean the heart.