This is another of my favourite brunch place – Touche in Section 17. I go there after Mass on Sundays.. and have been there a few times now since Chinese New Year. What I like is the cooling environment, and that it is easy to get a parking space. Not
Hello all, lately, with Chinese New Year and birthdays celebrations, I’ve been eating out a lot. I’ve noticed a trend… me and my family and friends will frequent the same restaurants the moment we decided we like that place. It will go on for months, until we find another restaurant
I am into my cooking mode. All I can think about is to cook different dishes of yummie Asian (mainly Chinese-Nyonya) food. Yesterday was soup day, and I made Chick-kut-teh. Originally it is called Bak-kut-teh (pork bone tea soup) and cooked with pork meat. However, because I don’t have pork
Hello, how are you all? I have been away so long… more than a year!!! Ohhh my…. time passes by so quickly these days, a year ago feels like yesterday. I am writing this post from my phone, using the wordpress app I downloaded ages ago. I hope this post
For those of you who read my FB status, you would realised that recently I have been sleeping really late and waking up considerably late in the morning. I am usually an early riser, 7am at the latest; but I have been waking up around 10am these past week. The
I had the opportunity to attend this Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy for Emotional Healing workshop. It was a half day workshop, especially for us pastoral counsellors. The speaker was Ms Fiona Chang. I had lots of fun in this workshop. We had the opportunity to explore different working approaches which using
Just couldn’t resist them! Look what I bought yesterday? I needed more plain coloured cotton for my bags… but the rest was just because they are too good to resist. Somehow grey and pink appealed to me yesterday. I was a pink & grey gal ^^ These are English cotton,
A little night sewing doing a little experiment. Front zip pouch. Front- zip side: My first time sewing this, with full lining (no raw seams insides). Usually when sewing this type of pouches, I leave the inside with raw seams showing; either that or use bias tape or zig zag
Did a teeny weeny spring cleaning today. Found these beautiful paper. I hoarde these things ^^ Japanese craft papers known as Yuzen Paper. Good for scrapbookings, origami… etc etc.
Why FILO ? Filo as in filo pastry! Because, making this bag reminds me of this type of pastry. Layer by layer, and the end results is the puffs! There are 4 layers in the making of this lovely mix of elegance and cute handbag. Layer 1, the outside fabric.