10th Mar • 2 Comment
It’s crazy how that it’s been already a month since I came back from Singapore! Time flies so fast when you have so much to do. I have so many stuffs to share, but I guess, loyal readers have be disappointed in my activity. In which I thought that I should show a bit of sneak peak that would be my scheduled posts.
Two weeks back to my homeland, with Chinese New Year around, I didn’t have enough time visiting and catching up with everyone. I didn’t managed to eat all the food that I wanted to, which is really disappointing and depressing considering that I don’t know when I’m coming back. Being away for one year and a half, I guess two weeks really isn’t enough either. Plus minus the time visiting far-away-I-think-I’ve-met-you-once relatives, I have even less than two weeks. But maybe on the good side, I’ve collected my highest records of red packets
I’m quite surprised but I’ve managed to spend quite a lot of time with my family too. Ate out a lot, flatten my feet walking all over Singapore everyday. I didn’t have enough of my Japanese sushi varieties nor ramen. Oh gosh, some iPpudo would do some good right now! Partied out not once but twice (thank you lovelies for being so sporting and torturing yourself over nightless sleep and off to work right after that! ), singing K till my voice cracked.
Then I came back to Paris on the 8th February, being locked out of the house because we have a new lock. Life is never really boring isn’t it?
Brand new beginning
19th Jan • 2 Comment
Woops, I’m half a month late. I should really give more thought about maintaining this place. Soon, the Exquisistic box will be 5 years old. I can’t imagine that I’ve been blogging for that long. I’ve hidden half of all my older posts to private. Sometimes reading my older posts, I feel like such a kid back in 2009 to now the more mature version of myself. It’s already mid January 2014, it felt like only yesterday when I went out dining with some new friends on New Year’s Eve.
TWO – O – ONE – FOUR. Which means I’m going to be 24. Soon 25 then, mid twenties. I haven’t achieved much in the first quarter of my life (let’s say imma live till 100), I’m still settling myself in this new city. It’s really difficult when you don’t have any real friends. Thinking of how I finally graduated last year; student’s life over. I kinda regret that I didn’t party and play out as much as possible. I will never be able to play as much. No more school holidays. Real life begins now.
Apparently the year of the horse, meaning my year isn’t exactly that smooth- especially for my health. The funnier thing is, feng shui masters says “Love is around the corner”. I highly doubt that in my case, we shall see!
2014… go!! And for the best things ever coming up. I’m finally going back to Singapore for Chinese New Year. The last time I actually spent real chinese new year was in 2007! Gonna taste the new experience again
p.s. i think this theme is falling apart, new errors are popping out, and I don’t know why, it’s time for another new change I guess
17th Aug • 4 Comment
You know the asian’s culture towards the whiteness of your skin, the fairer you are means the prettier / better in your life. This theory also applies to my family but as you can see I am not a fan of it. Who cares about being all pale. I like being tanned, it’s a sign of a good holiday. Lucky me, Isabelle and Letty popped by to my rescue to the beach. It was just a simple day of fun out near the sea, watching seagulls fly, picking out seashells…
Credit Photos to Isabelle for the majority of the photos
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