This post is long overdue. No, it’s not a matter of “better late than never”, but because it’s been difficult to get myself to type everything out.
The past few years have served me some of the most challenging moments in my life. I’ve reached the deepest lows, been in the darkest corners, and felt the loneliest even among a crowd filled with familiar faces. It’s just been tough, for so many reasons, for so many years.
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During my recent vacation in Singapore, one of the more remarkable things that caught my attention was the Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring-Summer 2019 Collection. If all of you could remember, this is the debut collection of Virgil Abloh as the Men’s Artistic Director of the French fashion house.
It was an interesting bridge from Marina Bay Sands to the Louis Vuitton Island—from all the shops to suddenly see this display. As a huge fan of “Wizard of Oz”, I just had to stop and follow the yellow brick road!
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Entering the year, I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the adage that “no one owes you anything”. Perhaps, if you asked me what I felt about it a few months back, I would agree wholeheartedly. No exceptions to the rule. Thinking otherwise makes you selfish. A self-centered, spoiled brat. But, the past few months I’ve been thinking about it, and trying to wrap my head around it, and trying to accept it again.
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On our second day in Shanghai, we went to the Zhujiajiao Water Village and the Yuyuan Garden and Bazaar.
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Our company went to Shanghai, China for our annual trip. Below are some photos taken using my camera (Fujifilm X-T100), edited using Lightroom. It’s been a while since I’ve taken photography seriously. I’m hoping that I’ll get back on it this year.
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