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Month: December 2009

[Youtube] Bach – Air (the human volin)

[Youtube] Bach – Air (the human volin)

Reading Time: 1 minuteSince young, I am immersed in classical music just because my dad used to insist on listening to 92.4FM while driving then. However, my formal introduction to classical music came was when I had to go for music lessons in secondary school. Don’t get me wrong, primary school does have music lessons too, but the focus was somewhere else then. In the first lesson, we were introduced to two pieces, Air on G string and Toccata and Fugue in D…

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Faux Pas

Faux Pas

Reading Time: 1 minuteThe following is a conversation with someone today: Her: Hi, are you still looking for job? Me: Erm, I just started work. Her: OK. I have one here. Do you have friends who are finding job? I send you an email? Me: OK. Erm… Wait… Which email? The trouble with me is that I have too many email accounts. Anyway, anyone who are interested can contact me for more information. I am doing her a favour, by the way.

[AoTW] Sylvie GuillemBolero

[AoTW] Sylvie GuillemBolero

Reading Time: 1 minuteI have come to like this interpretation of the dance routine by Sylvie Guillem. It is popularised by the Japanese movie, Dance Subaru (IMDB link). In it, the lead, Subaru (Meisa Kuroki) adapted this dance routine as a mean to earn money for her ballet classes. The video of Sylvie Guillem dancing comes in two parts on Youtube. Enjoy! P.S. Since I am featuring not only singers, but also dancers, bands, etc , so it is natural to change the…

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Resolutions 2010

Resolutions 2010

Reading Time: 1 minuteFor the past few years, I have not been having a list of resolutions to go by, saving for the resolutions to enter university (that was 3-4 years back). Bumbling around for the past few years, I realised that I have to get myself on starting to do resolutions again. To me, it is a time when I start to set my year long goals and targets. So once again, without further ado, I will present my resolutions for the…

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[AoTW] AHMIR

[AoTW] AHMIR

Reading Time: 1 minuteThis post is long overdue. So is this group of singers. SORRY!!! Anyway, the following cover of The Climb by Miley Cyrus is an online collaboration between AHMIR and David Sides, a talented pianist residing on Youtube. Enjoy! And oh, please visit their website too! It seems that they have released an album!

Double trouble

Double trouble

Reading Time: 1 minuteI am getting myself in deep trouble way too fast. Three modules with one on waiting list? Far from what I had anticipated. It is all thanks to the lack of class slots. I do not know if it is intentional, but next time, I should just sign up for the classes instead of waiting a week or two. My coffer is drained too. And there is no work yet. There goes my bills and hopes for the OCBC Cycle…

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[Facebook Video] Post NS Syndrome

[Facebook Video] Post NS Syndrome

Reading Time: 1 minuteWhat do you do when you have too much time after ORD and you keep spending time with the same group of guys? You roleplay a SWAT team. Once again, who has lobang? My entire unit of ORD personnels are looking…

Platonic Love

Platonic Love

Reading Time: 2 minutesBeside every woman, there is a platonic friend. You can call it love, or you can just call it a liking, but for what reasons they just can’t be together as one? Maybe it is because he cherish the friendship too much, too much to consider the notion of chasing after her. Maybe ┬áit is because of others’ opinions of them being together, they are apart. Maybe he will be working overseas for a long time, and he doesn’t want…

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[Advertorial] Art & The Law

[Advertorial] Art & The Law

Reading Time: 1 minuteLaw, an inflexible concept. It never mince its words and never bend backwards. Art, a free flowing entity. It, more often than not, gets under appreciated by society of the times, and suffer under the hand of law. Can these two dissimilarities ever be reconciled? Art & The Law, a M1 Singapore Fringe Festival play looks at this issue in its 6th edition. All are welcome to this thought provoking play, at the Esplanade Recital Studio, which promises to have…

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