It has been a good 8 to 9 years since the last significant update in terms of content. I believe the last revision was made in 2010, and it was just a cosmetic change.
In that space of time, a lot of things have had happened to me. One of the most significant things was that I picked up a BA in Sociology and Communication (Merit classification, woohoo!) and now currently picking up an Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment at the Institute of Adult Learning.
I would like to take the opportunity to thank my course mates at the SIM University and the Institute of Adult Learning for being a great group of people to communicate and work with. I do look forward to engage you folks again in my professional career.
Likewise, I found this gnawing feeling in my soul to start writing again – I have decided to convert this beloved website into my personal column, and as a portal to my portfolio of work. Perhaps through this, you will be able to know more about the work I am currently involved in and decide to support the arts community here in Singapore.
What are some of the content I would write about? Good question!
I am of the opinion that I would write not just about the arts community and my work, I would like to write about my past times and personal reflections on certain issues that calls for my attention. I think it may be an interesting situation to write to help me think, and at the same time, share it with others.
At this point of time, I am keenly aware of the joys and sorrows of one’s life journey. Since I have decided to take a different route at my journey’s fork, I would like to make the best of it. To be honest about it, this different route has caused much sorrow to myself and the people around me. While I am unable to assuage the sorrows of others, I have to carry my own sorrows and be responsible for the consequences.
In addition to that, I was confronted with ill health and deaths in my family network. It is indeed a time of sorrow and reflection. How fragile the human life is. I believe that it is best not to dwell on the deaths, but to remember all the good times and memories I have had with them. That way, the pain would not be too great.
One day, I hope to be happy again.