With the twenty-year milestone of working in the arts industry coming up, I will bow out of the industry with a weary heart.

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Coming to Terms with One of my Greatest Regrets

Suddenly I could breathe again and perhaps feel as if a weight has lifted from my shoulders and driven home the lessons I learnt from one single event and one single person. I think that there are many ups and downs in one’s life journey where one might be tempted to take it out at … Read more

Google Earth Pro

Google Earth Pro is my current desktop solution to create high resolution 2D/3D map imagery based on my GPX data. This is primarily a solution to beautify boring contour lines and information to a visual representation that most mainstream readers can consume. Let’s Begin! The interface is quite simple and easy to navigate. Feel free … Read more

Remembering KONG Yin Ling 江燕玲

It is not often I speak publicly or write about artist deaths within the arts community through the decades that I have grown up in and be part of as a professional today. Remembering them fondly for their presence, private conversations, close friendships/relationships and thoughts on art is how I cope with the morbid reality … Read more

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Doing What Needs to be Done

The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep. — Robert Frost in Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening