OHAI! New readers

(I should have posted this on Thursday but I was distracted by LIFE. Hope it’s not too late.)

If you came from the Vulcan Post article 9 Malaysians Who Quit Their Jobs And The Rat Race to Travel Around The World (which was cross-posted on MSN), a big welcome! Let me give you a quick history of the woman behind this blog and all that travelling.

Liau Yun Qing baby
Me at the age of 1. A content baby with gravity defying hair.

I’m Yun Qing. Originally from Sabah, Malaysia. Ten years ago, I left my hometown Kota Kinabalu to study at the National University of Singapore.

I stayed in Singapore after graduation. To be honest, it’ll be hard for me to go back home to work because of the economy.

After working for three years, I left my job in 2012 to travel around the world. My definition of “round the world” is a circle around the globe.

It didn’t happen overnight. I had to plan and save for two years before I was ready to take the leap.

I wasn’t keen on the nomadic lifestyle so I set a budget which then determined how long I could travel. I estimated that travelling for 4.5 months was reasonable for my budget so I did just that.

Then I came back to Singapore. I found another job. And I wrote a book. (I don’t want to bore you with details so I skipped some parts.)

These days, I haven’t been travelling much. I have been busy in Singapore though, trying out new things to see which I want to make a bigger part of my life. I’m glad to report that improv (improvisational theater) is one big part now.

That’s it!

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Yun Qing is a writer, improviser and curious person. She loves finding little adventures in life. In 2013, she went on a 130-day round-the-world trip. She wrote a book to help those who also want to go on a career break.

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    1. Hi Yun, I am a journalist with Bloomberg in Paris, am writing an article about young Chinese travelers, would you be available to speak on the phone? If you send me your contact details by email I will get in touch. Thank you very much! Carol Matlack, email: cmatlack@bloomberg.net

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