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Lohei Party x My First 臭豆腐 (Fermented Beancurd) – 29 Jan 2020

29/1 Chronicles of a Typical Office Lady in Singapore Lol yep, another new day and another new outfit to wear to work – this time, red/maroon again because.. We have a lohei party courtesy of our company! Its always nice to have such company benefits such as these where such events are nicely organized for …

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Day 1 CNY 2020 #HUATAH – 25 Jan 2020

How did your Day 1 of Chinese New Year 2020 go for you? Mine started off great with a red packet exchange between my mom and myself – but of course, I’m proud to say that my red packet for 2020 is at least bigger than hers hahahha. Yep that’s the difference of having a …

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Welcoming Pre-CNY 2019 with a Little Faith, Hope and a Tiny Sprinkle of Pixie Dust – 4 Feb 2019

Don’t know why but my thoughts have been swinging wildly between the freelancing thing and actually taking up/applying for a proper job. My adult gap year is about to end within the next few months after all. The latter is obviously better for my career prospects and progression naturally. But ah..just thinking of going back …

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Chinese New Year 2013 // Huat ah!

Within a blink of an eye, the Chinese New Year is over for the year 2013. But most importantly, the long awaited 4 day holiday (and the only one in this year) is over. I’m sure most of us spent it either at home waiting to receive guests or going out to bai nian right? …