With outdoor mask-wearing being optional from March 29, 2022, the MTF collaborated with MOE to release a PSLE question. This is to test students on their indoor and outdoor awareness. So, are you smarter than a primary school kid? Question 1) Xiao Ming stays in a HDB on the 25th storey. He exits his home… Continue reading Wear your mask but take them off too
Name cards have many uses. Receiving one signals to you that the person on the other end has sufficient money to spend on something that warrants brief attention.
Every so often, I organise my stash of name cards accrued over the years. As the life of my 2007 Honda Jazz draws ever closer to its last breath–determined by the remaining months that I am entitled to sit behind its wheel–I had been receiving name cards from car salespeople who plaster them across my… Continue reading Oversized name cards or mini handouts?
Call it a side effect or by-product of working in the accessibility field: I really appreciate when speakers articulate their thoughts in a pristine manner, choose their words carefully, and enunciate at a steady and humane pace.
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