You know how sometimes you buy something–such as a new knife–and you whip it out thinking that it’s sharp but you never really know how sharp it is until you do a paper test and it just goes __shhhrrrrrkkkkk__ with the paper just giving up and submitting to the will of the knife and you… Continue reading Hezhen 6.8 inch Nakiri knife
Every so often, you come across something that eases your way around life. “Lifehacks”, as they call it, are tips and tricks to make the things we do easier. Anything that makes a task easier is always good in my eyes. So, this post is dedicated to sharing lifehacks that can be articulated. 18% of… Continue reading Useful meaningful lifehacks for great utilitarian purposes
It’s official. My second final semester has ended. For SUSS students, there is no feeling in the world like seeing your analog clock strike 5 minutes before midnight, reading 11:55 on the digital display, or seeing that number on your taskbar. The deadline for your assignment is well, truly, deadly, over. But I cannot rejoice,… Continue reading When 11.55PM Strikes
Isn’t it intriguing that healthy folks can exercise their freedom and choose to reject vaccines? Yet, there are others who are allergic or experience adverse effects; these vulnerable people wish to be vaccinated, yet cannot do so.
Just this past Sunday, my colleagues put together an appreciation programme for the Community Interpreters. Regardless of whether you live in a terrarium or ecosphere, you probably already know what one is. So, let me present my terrarium to you after attending a Virtual Terrarium Workshop conducted by Ricky Lim from The Green Capsule.
I turned all my academic writings to draft mode as I could not figure out how to hide them from the blog links. Category excluder plugins work to some extent, but they do give me the output I want. I hope that I do not need to mess around with code to have the writings… Continue reading Disabling My Academic Writings