I HAVE ALWAYS wanted to try wakeboarding, and I have been told that it is an easier sport than cableskiing. So we spent our Sunday at Punggol-Marina. Amongst the three of us, myself and Olivia were first-timers and Yihui is a regular-wakeboarder for the past 5 years. Great that I had a buddy who was […]

WHAT BETTER way to work your quadricep and hamstring muscles than a good cycling workout? Even better in the company of good friends. Yesterday, my fellow OT friends and myself (I love this group really, we have OTs in acute hospital, community, mental health and paediatrics practices) met up for a leisurely cycle. The haze […]

throwback, n.: A sudden reminder of the past. I WAS CONDUCTING a reality orientation assessment with my elderly patient yesterday. When asked what the current year was, she was unable to tell me but added that she knew for sure the coming Chinese New Year would usher in the Year of the Horse according to […]

I HAVE NEVER considered Hong Kong a bucket list destination before, but I did anyhow make a 6D5N trip last month alongside my younger sister, my girlfriend and her cousin. Getting my geography and sense of navigation right was a top priority. I started out vaguely knowing that the country is made up of New […]

IRELAND simply blew me away. Probably because it was the first European country I’ve set foot on in the 22 years of my life. And also because there was so much to see, so rich a culture to immerse in, and the lovely people I was so lucky to have met. As much as I […]