Recently I wrote a blog post on my failures based on the concept of the “CV of Failures”. Inside, it contains key things or events I failed in. I got a comment from a friend that it was still the “easy” stuff with only one line about my 3-year relationship that ended years back. Although the Read More
I recently chanced upon the concept of CV of Failures from Princeton Professor Johannes Haushofer. He wasn’t the first to do so but I guess the first that actually popularised it. Inspired by his example, I decided to write the following post. After all, it is not just success that defines us but the failures Read More
2015 has ended and 2016 has just begun, so a new first post of 2016 to mark this moment.
I was not the first person that came up with the title above, but I thought it resonated perfectly with my undergraduate life especially my last few semesters. The last sem is indeed my hardest Sem. Having just finished my final exam of this semester and of my NUS undergraduate career, I thought I wanna do Read More
Thanks to all the birthday well-wishes both online and offline! Also special thanks to some of the YRS folks who spontaneously decided to sing the birthday song for me just less than 3 hours ago. I had actually taken a little time to reflect now that I’m nearing a quarter century old. This will be Read More
This post is more than one semester late but better late than never. So minor disclaimer, my experience is at least half year out of date by the time you read this post. Every semester, 20 lucky students from NUS will get to go for a local exchange (both full and partial inclusive) to SMU Read More
It is an obvious fact that the workload each semester is always greater than the one preceding it. This adage has never been more right up to this semester. In fact, greater is just an understatement. In just 2 weeks into this semester, I cannot even count the number of days I have slept for Read More
I have been using the Dvorak keyboard layout since out of army. It took me months for me to attain my previous typing speed of the Qwerty layout. From that point on, I never looked back as the Dvorak layout was simply very comfortable to type on. I can attest to the fact that my Read More