Frances Cha’s debut novel If I had your face is a compelling account about the lives of ordinary women living in South Korea. Ever since I read Kim Ji Young, Born 1982 by Cho Namjoo, I’ve been interested in contemporary fiction detailing the authentic realities of women in today’s society. Since Year 7, I have … More [Review] If I had your face by Frances Cha
WFH – Working from Home It’s a recent trending acronym due to the current COVID-19 situation and many of us are finding ourselves WFH. I am one of these people but my situation is constantly changing. WFH was a change to get used to. It was my new normal. With the lockdown laws, and panic … More WFH – my new normal?
Of course this was before our lockdown when we had this feast. It was a few years since I last stepped foot into this place, and its still as popular as ever. We were seated upstairs and immediately ordered food! We ordered a variety of dishes including seafood pancake ($17), yuk hwe ($20), kimchi jiggae … More Sydney Madang @ CBD
Teaching students online instead of face-face in the classroom is a definite struggle. Not just for me, but for my colleagues and our dear students as well. I miss the physical aspect of teaching. Working from home is resembling a desk job and this is not what I signed up for. But I know it … More Working from home as a secondary teacher
This is my first time at a Greek restaurant, recommended by my Greek colleagues. They know their food and definitely knows which Greek eateries are best in Sydney. Hence, I was not worried about this night because I knew I would have a great time! This place is located quite close to St Peters station … More Yiamas Greek Restaurant @ St Peters
Popular place with limited seating. Located just in the basement level of Isetan in Kyoto Station, it’s not too hard to find. I was lucky I avoided the queue and found a seat. I only had to point at what I want from the menu, pay then wait for the food to come to me. … More Torisanwa 鶏三和 @ Isetan Kyoto