Hi folks, if you’ve been following me on my social media channels, you’ll know that I went to Cameron Highland last weekend for a wedding.
As much as I like to write about the road trip, I kept getting writer’s block so I give you another post instead.
I’ll be talking about my current obsession (apart from playing Skyrim and improv which I’ll get to these one of these days)–fountain pens. I have these little spurts of obsessions from time to time. I can’t really remember my other obsessions (um, travel?) so I’d better jot this down.
Continue reading “My current obsession: Fountain pens”
(A belated Caturday post.)
I love cats. I’ve never owned a cat but based on all the internet cats I’ve seen, I love cats very much.
A few weeks ago, I went to a cat café called The Company of Cats. I didn’t know about that particular cat café until the afternoon that Mystery Friend and I were going.
I was enchanted by The Company of Cats’s cat pun-filled website: “Meowketing Director”, “KGB (Kitty Girl’s Brigade)”, “Catppuccino”. These people speak the language of my people!
After obsessing about the website, I imagined a fun filled night of kitty chin scratches and lots and lots of cat snuggles. Of course, things don’t always turn out as you wish.
Continue reading “Why going to a cat café is like online dating”
After a long break from blogging, here’s an update from YQtravelling. Continue reading What has YQ been up to? June 2014 update
[Update Jul 2, 2015 Check out RWS’s promos for S.E.A. Aquarium.]
Even though I’ve stayed in Singapore for almost nine years, I didn’t know that it was possible to buy cheap tickets to various attractions. I always thought that I needed to pay full price, and thinking about it makes my miserly heart cold.
Luckily, my friend Lilian showed me where I could get discounted entrance tickets. Lilian who is now back in China (and whose wedding I attended) wanted to visit the South East Asia Aquarium (SEA Aquarium) before leaving.
Continue reading “Where to buy discounted entrance tickets for S.E.A. Aquarium”
Even though I grew up in multicultural Malaysia where Malay, Chinese and Indian are the three biggest races, I am terribly unfamiliar with Indian food. It’s because we don’t have as much Indians where I live.
To tell you the truth, the only Indian dish I can order confidently is plain roti canai (which is yummy and flaky).
So when my friend Debbie introduced me to the wonderful world of Indian food, I was curious. And now, I am proud to say that I have a favorite Indian dish: ghee dosa.
Continue reading “FoodFriday: Ghee dosa”
Hello everybody, it’s YQ writing from Singapore. Yes, I am back in the land I am most familiar with. Yes, I’m more familiar with Singapore than my hometown Kota Kinabalu.
It’s been more than a week since I came back and I am now in full job hunting mode. I’ll update you guys on my job search if I have any happy news. Oh, if you know anyone in Singapore hiring writers, do drop me a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am actually very glad to be back in Singapore, for five reasons:
Check out the rest of the post…!
There’s a side of me on the internet that I’ve not shared on YQ Travelling, until today. Continue reading Around the world with The Overexposed Model
Since I’m temporarily leaving Singapore, I list a few of my favorite food for #FoodFriday. Continue reading Glutton in Singapore