Canon Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2019

Valentine’s Day 2019 coming soon! Have you bought a gift for your other half, your special one yet? No worries if you haven’t do so or you need some recommendations on gadgets as a Valentine’s Day Gift! Time to got shopping at Canon eShop or authorised dealers! Let me share with you Canon Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2019! Check out the Canon’s Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2019 below! For the wanderlust couple jetting off to the exotic unknown Canon EOS R Kit – S$4,898 For the lady, getting the Canon EOS R for your boyfriend or husband (I reckon they …

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A visit to Maesa Elephant Camp in Chiang Mai, Thailand

A visit to Maesa Elephant Camp in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This article would be the last instalment of our travel program to Chiang Mai, Thailand, with Team Epiphany Go Chiang Mai during 29th January 2018 to 3rd February 2018. We spent some time visiting and understanding three different sectors of Maesa Elephant Camp, namely, Thai Elephant Kingdom at Maesa Elephant Camp, Maesa Elephant Nursery and The Thai Elephant Care Center (Maesa Elder Camp). Brief history and cultural signifance of Elephants in Thailand Elephants play an important role in Thai society, culture and history. The elephant is the official national animal of Thailand, …

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Where the lights shine above the sky

Where the lights shine above the sky, giving me the directions, me the photographer explorer, to seek, discover and explore, what I wanted to do, for my commercial and personal photography for the year 2019. This artwork is Time Rhythm at the Andersen Bridge in Singapore, part of the I Light Singapore 2019 – Bicentennial edition taking place right now till 24th February 2019. Keep a lookout for my photographs on my Instagram , as I start to explore all of the artworks at i Light Singapore 2019. Just having a number of thoughts inside my mind, wrote it down and …

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Bridging Realms – Ink Mountain

Through the multi-disciplinary world of arts, it can bring new perspectives to people, on how they view, interpret, understand and learn about the world around them, the different cultures and belief systems in different societies around the world.  Bridging Realms at the Esplanade – Theatres on the bay presents four exhibitions around Esplanade, one of the exhibitions is Ink Mountain, 墨山, by artists Mark Chan with Brian Gothong Tan. Ink Mountain, 墨山is not your usual conventional Chinese calligraphy artworks or traditional ink painting exhibition. Upon stepping into Jendela (Visual Arts Space) where this special and unique exhibition is held, visitors …

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Goals and Objectives for YR2019 (Photography and Travel)

The year 2019 has just started, while some of us are still switching into 1st gear and getting ready to get back to work, I started thinking, planning and strategising during the last 2 weeks of the year 2018, doing a reflection first before compiling and writing down my goals and objectives for year 2019 in the areas of photography and travel (on both personal and professional basis) I have also wrote about my goals and objectives for year 2019 for my other aspects of my portfolio in the areas of writing, technology, social media and other business interests, do visit …

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Happy New Year 2019!

1st January 2019, this marks the first day of the year 2019! First and foremost, wishing everybody a Happy New Year 2019! Sharing a photograph from my collection, year 2017 new year eve countdown fireworks, since I didn’t chase year 2019 countdown new year eve fireworks as I decided to stay at home instead! A new year, a new hope, a new beginning, for the business side of sole proprietorship photography business with the start of the new financial year 2019. On the other side of things, my personal photography is a mix of continuation (and revival) of my current …

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Merry Christmas 2018!

Today is 25th December 2018! It’s Christmas! This is the iconic Christmas tree located in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan! I do not have a lot of gatherings, parties, feasting, gifts exchanges etc during Christmas period, I don’t even show much pics too. Nevertheless, I am grateful for the small gifts, Christmas cards and private family gatherings. As I take time during this Christmas festive season to rest, recharge and wrap up year 2018, I would also like to take this time to send my appreciation and big thanks to family, relatives, friends and supporters for all the belief, support and encouragement. Wishing everybody …

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Reflection – Photography 2018

Entering into the last week of the year 2018, the year 2018 is coming to an end soon. As I shared my 2018 best nine photographs on my Instagram, I decided that I would continue on, writing and publishing my photography article, on Reflection – Photography 2018. While reflecting and looking back across all aspects and segments of my photography, I realised I got quite a bit of photography thinking, reflection and updates, turning into articles for the year 2018. In a way, I must had quite a number of thoughts and feelings for this year 2018! Sole Proprietorship Photography …

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The Great Clarke Quay FEASTival

Feasting on the bridge with many different choices of delicious cuisine from 15 restaurants, dining with family and friends under the stars with music and fun, in the heart of the iconic and historic Singapore River. Welcome to the inaugural outdoor pop-up dining concept, The Great Clarke Quay FEASTival! The Great Clarke Quay FEASTival is taking place from 5th to 9th December 2018, from 6pm to 11pm at Read Bridge, Clarke Quay. From 15 different restuarants participating at the The Great Clarke Quay FEASTival, visitors would be spoilt for gastronomic choices, there is something for everybody visiting this inagural outdoor pop-up dining …

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Grandmother’s 2nd Year Anniversary Memorial Service

She was a matriarch that held 5 generations of her extended family together under her leadership, command and guidance, a small petite lady, she can be pretty fierce at times, however, we all knew that she loved and cared very deeply for her entire extended family, all the way to her great great grandchild. Everyone of us in the extended family felt a huge loss when she left us on 20th November 2016 (农历十月二十一). It was the start of a mourning period (I also wrote a personal heartfelt article for my paternal grandmother on her passing in Jan 2017)  with key …

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