Monthly Archives: June 2006

Frankenberg, Deutschland relived*

Disclaimer: All characters, events and locations described in the following drama are real and did take place. While the script writer makes and utmost effort to depict everything as it did happen, he apologies if he misquotes anyone or indicates … Continue reading

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Frankenberg, Deutschland: Der Anfang*

Five years ago, I and eleven other individuals step forth on a journey that would be the zenith in all our teenage life, even counting those of JC days. I say this with utmost confidence for the four weeks spent … Continue reading

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Challenging but I’m taking it on *

Well, five days gone and I’ve entered a whole new realm. “Ponder the improbable”, is the motto of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies (now the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies). Well, I may not have even reached … Continue reading

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North to Korea, go north the launch is on

Darn it they launched. They launched their missiles before I could put up this entry. Of course, if Kim can’t wait for Bush, he definitely won’t for some Singaporean thousands of kilometers away… But darn he time his missile launches … Continue reading

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Tell me more, tell me more…

Or tell me less, tell me less. That’s just the problem with musicals and plays that are or were famous. Once you start reviving it or creating a plot of the same name and along the same lines, you face … Continue reading

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Up on the roof

The task was simple, the time was suppose to be short. But, no, I’m not complaining against anyone or any plan here. It’s just a thought that the weather could have been more pleasant where I stood/sat this morning… The … Continue reading

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