Updated 26 Jan 2013

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A short lesson in cold spells

By Lily C. | 30 Nov 2012

A sudden drop in temperature, and thoughts go out to the aged, the weak and the ignored among us — and the way we treat them.



The future of ‘government’

By Guus Goorts | 30 Oct 2012

Today’s world of information overflow and overload is spelling the obsolescence of government.


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Peaches and mushrooms in blue and green

By Ophelia Kwong | 28 Oct 2012

An artist’s self-exposé of the mental and conceptual dynamics underpinning her heterogeneous artistic phases. Very much something completely different for our readers. [Author’s website]


‘Fourteen months’

By Ophelia Kwong | 19 Aug 2012

Memories and impressions retained and revived elicit some of the most powerful emotions inside us — often creating directions in life for us too. For some, reminiscences can become signposts for our destiny. For others, they may well be the very stuff of destiny that a person meets on the road to avoid it.


Life on its own terms. Srsly.

By Marcella Purnama | 4 June 2011

A Melbourne-based writer talks about the various received wisdom we get during our education — that they might not have been received, or even wise, unless we take pains to look at how our ideas about education fit in with Life. [Author’s old website]


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Ten Horrible Language Study Habits You Must Ditch

For Yago.sg | 28 Oct 2012 | Blog

Have bad habits, say sayonara to learning a language. Welcome to the Ten Deadliest Language Study Habits — for any language.


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Deep end: the difficulty of learning languages

For Yago.sg | 10 Aug 2012 | Blog

If you have three or more of these language study habits, you are in danger of wasting your time and money.


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Ten things I’ve learned from property agents

For Ten Things I’ve Learned | 1 Sept 2011

For those who are so moved as to want their own homes.


the good men projectTen things I learnt about clubbing in Hong Kong

For Ten Things I’ve Learned | 13 May 2011

I use the word ‘clubbing’ as in clubbing + the act of going to gigs + a night out. It isn’t right, but then again, most things aren’t in this town.

Editor’s note: Originally published in The Naked Listener’s Weblog on 12 May 2012 [Link].


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