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I’ve actually been reading more books than I have in the last few years with the newish Taipa Library by the park. They have a great selection of fiction, autobiographies and history books and very similar to my bookshelf and wish lists. I am so thrilled and looking forward to meet and get to know […]

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Photo: Just your regular weekend in Beijing going to UNESCO sites for a walk, either go out to the Great Wall for a hike with champagne in my backpack and sandwiches or the temple of heaven which still remains one of my favourite places. Lots of local eats close by and a market selling lots […]

Tiong Bahru has become a trendy hotspot these days – nothing like the area I visited growing up. My aunt and uncle, both teachers used to live in the neighbourhood and back in the days it was very much a blue collar worker kind of residence, nothing like the hipster vibe it gives out today. […]

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This collection of short stories bursts with revelation as China is presented through the eyes of diverse characters. The unique personalities depict the difficult years in China from the Maoist regime to the swift invasion of capitalism while holding on to their values. Exploring themes from homosexuality, fidelity to filial piety, Li gives an honest […]

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