Hi everyone! I’m currently involve in this short film production 新生- A New Life and we hope you will support and help us to make this short film alive!
To find out more about the film, do visit the link here: http://igg.me/at/ANewLifeShortFilm
We sincerely thank you for your support! :)
A few weeks ago, my friends brought me to a very old school coffee shop – Heap Seng Leong. The moment I step into the coffee shop, it felt as if I have time-traveled to the 70s. The owner of the coffee shop is an old man who is always in his loose tank top and pyjamas pants. You can simply feel a strong sense of human touch and Singapore culture at Heap Seng Leong.
I heard that their traditional Kopi Gu You (Coffee with butter) is a must try. So I decided to order it!
Yup, the yellow thin layer on top is actually butter, you are suppose to stir it and mix well with the coffee. I’m quite surprised with the taste! Really strong kopi taste with a tinge of saltiness, definitely worth the try!
And below are my favourites – Kaya butter toast and half boiled egg! Yums!
I still remember when I was young, my parents used to pour the hot cup of milo into the saucer and gently blow on the surface to cool it down. Ahh those were the times, feel so nostalgic!
Really miss sipping milo from the saucer and having kaya butter toast and half boiled eggs for breakfast! Do you have the same experience too? :)
This is a postcard design I did for Noise Singapore. Look out for this postcard around Singapore! (cafes, art spaces and shops etc…) Cheers~! :)
World cup 2014 final – Germany vs Argentina, who will win? Looking forward to this exciting match!
How do you spark ideas?
I think ideas come from everywhere- your daily life, the things that happen around you and even through a conversation with your friends. Of course, there are times when you feel stuck and can’t think of great ideas. You will sit down and think real hard, trying to come out with an awesome idea. Sometimes this method works, but sometimes you will just end up complicating your thoughts and still come out with nothing.
Perhaps, the best way to spark idea is to take a breather and not think about anything. You can try going out for a walk, meet a friend for a chat or watch a movie. You won’t know when exactly you will spark an idea but this will help you refresh your mind. Who knows when you are on a train ride back home, *Spark* a great idea suddenly comes to you ;)
“Great ideas come when you aren’t trying to think of them.”
A man was trapped in an empty glass with a large piece of paper. There was no way he can get out of the glass with just a piece of paper.
“How can I make good use of this paper?” He thought.
After a while, he decided to make a boat out of the paper.
Suddenly, water began to flow into the glass. And of course, the man get on the paper boat. It was a rough sail for him. He had no choice but to fight his way through in order to survive.
The glass was finally filled to its brim. The boat floated to the edge of the glass and fall off.
Unknowingly, he was already out of the glass.
He got out of the soaked boat and look around. Another piece of paper was right beside him.
What will he do next?
“It is not often that a man can make opportunities for himself. But he can put himself in such shape that when or if the opportunities come he is ready.” ― Theodore Roosevelt