Washington DC: A Photo Diary

Took advantage of the 4th of July celebrations to make a quick getaway to Washington DC. The tall, symmetrical shapes of the city’s architecture as well as the stark cleanliness of the streets reflect its status as the Capital of the United States and home to the White House. There is one aspect of DC […]

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NYC Pride March and Festival 2018

On 24th June 2018, New York City held its annual Pride March and Festival in commemoration of Pride Month. It was really exciting for me as it was my first time attending such an event. New Yorkers take their parades really seriously – everyone was dressed to the nines, with the rainbow theme appearing in […]

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7 Days in the Bay Area: San Francisco

On the 29th of June, I took a 6 day trip to the Bay Area before embarking on my New York Internship. A well-deserved holiday, it was great opportunity to learn about a new culture and catch up with friends. The trip did not completely turn out as I hoped it will, but was nevertheless […]

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The Populus Cafe 

Gift exchange with XT! Really loved the book she got for me, finished it in one sitting. A really meaningful piece of work that inspires one to clean up, whether it is your house or your life.

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Quiet Explorations: A Photo Diary

Finally ventured away from home and town, and into the western suburbs to find a quiet area where I could sip on a cuppa and read my book. All this thanks to the influence of MS and J – that moment where you realize that your guy friends are more cultured than you are and […]

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Theodora Talks Travel: Romantic Getaway to the Islands of Langkawi

About a month ago, Han Chiang and I made our way to Langkawi for a long awaited holiday break. It was the first time that we were travelling together as a couple, which made it all the more exciting, and we couldn’t wait to explore the island together. We stayed at Berjaya Resort during our […]

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Positive Intentions Leadership Camp Dec 2016 – A Reflection

What is a leader? There is no one correct way to describe one. Leaders are charismatic: directing their people with a shared vision and empower them to do things they never thought possible. Leaders are pacesetters: they lead by setting the example for their followers by being the best in whatever their field might be […]

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What People Misunderstand About “You Don’t Need a Degree to be Successful”

An argument that I have seen pop up over and over through recent years is that you don’t need a degree to be successful. This seems to be a common consensus among many people, who have seen the glories of people like Richard Branson, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, or more recently, Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, […]

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