Birthday month! April is my favourite time of year for obvious reasons.
Watching this makes me feel so incredibly grateful to be alive and even more thankful for all the wonderful people I’ve been blessed with in this short life. Thank you each and every one of you who took the time to celebrate my birthday with me – whether over a meal, drinks, an activity (extra love!) or even if just to drop me a line to wish me. My nearest and dearest, you know who you are.
So many cakes, so many birthday songs and even more precious memories.
On top of all the cake-cutting, I managed to drag the girls ice-skating with me (pulled the birthday card), made it to Johor Bahru (JB) old town for a spot of shopping, cafe hopping and “kuay chap” (they call it “kway tiao kia” across the Causeway though!), finally walked to Hong Lim for lunch and caught Tropicana The Musical.
Also braved the crazy crowds at Art Box, against my better judgement, checked out Muchachos and got a haircut (back to bangs!)!
The last of the March vlogs! Warning: a lot of eating and good food in this last one.
Took a quick trip across the Causeway to Johor Bahru for lok lok and more yummy Malaysian eats, indulged in one of my staples, ma la xiang guo at Chinatown, and checked out a hotpot place I haven’t yet gone to – Hua Ting at Claymore Connect.
Also come and ‘kaypoh’ my date nights with the husband – we do very boring things like book shopping, and dinner – if I had my way, it’d be Chinese (Shanghainese or Szechuan!) food always! This time it was at one of my favourite Chinese restaurants, Imperial Treausre Shanghai.
Found time to squeeze in a night skate and checked out iLight festival at Marina Bay as well, then rounded off the month with friends coming to visit me at the new office building, some bad badminton (I am still rubbish at this sport!), and the famous Seng Kee minced pork noodles with kakis Jaime Teo and Michelle Chong – watch for fun videos with these two soon!
March continues to play out, and it got even busier with almost a week of shooting for Make the Future Singapore – I interviewed Pixie Lott and Nathan Hartono! Full interview videos out soon.
Come behind the scenes of a lingerie shoot with me (for Style X Style), enjoy a jazz champagne brunch and check out the awesome Singapore skyline atop a skyscraper. Also suffer a TCM traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) session with me when I saw a sinseh for my twisted ankle and catch snippets of Pixie Lott performing live in Singapore – with antics from Rozzie and I attempting to sing along as she did!
Survived food poisoning, checked out new food places, celebrated birthdays (I am blessed with so many Pisceans in my life!), had countless hotpots (ma la steamboat forever) and tried my first durian, after 30 years of life in Singapore. Also get a peek at what goes on behind the scenes of a shoot (for Toni&Guy and Topshop – video out soon!) and attend a couple of events with me.
Fun time included late night dinner and Mustafa shopping with some of my favourite people.
I live in sunny Singapore (truly in the tropics; we are just one degree north of the Equator!) where it is summer all year round, but when I first tried snowboarding years ago, I fell in love. I try to make at least one snow trip a year. This was my very first time to Canada, and my very first time snowboarding in Whistler. Have heard so much about the place, and I was not disappointed!
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