Then vs Now

About six years ago, I had a brief partnership with Zespri that didn’t quite materialize. The photography materials I developed wasn’t up to par. One day, I stopped hearing back from them. I was rendered in a state of confusion. In my bulky camera bag, I carried a S$1000+ Canon 60D, a Sigma 30mm F1.4…

What I Learned in 2018

it’s been one of the homiest and most challenging years of my life. i learned everything is always evolving. knowledge. relationship. people. technology. though some remain. i learned to love. that compromise comes after effort. arguments. they make you stronger. the best ones make you laugh so hard through your tears. i learned vulnerability is…

You’re Not Too Late

Published on Her Campus @ UC Davis . . . I’ve been binge watching some of the best “Golden Buzzer” moments on America’s and Britain’s Got Talent, where participants arrived on the big stage with untold stories they wished to unfold. Some were more emotional than the others, but inspiring nonetheless. With participants ranging from four…

Joining the Dots by Alex Mathers

We all fall into a rut. Sometimes, we need all the help we can get to crawl out of the black hole. But the main determinant of your outcome is the next step you’d take to deal with it. Last week, I felt all sorts of dejection typically experienced by a college student. Failed internship…