Did you know? Red blood cells carry oxygen throughout our body, working relentlessly throughout their life cycle (about 120 days), after which they are replaced with new cells. White blood cells protect our body against diseases and foreign invaders. There are several subtypes, including macrophages, which destroy bacteria, as well as T-cells that destroy infected… Read More You’ll Want To Take Better Care of Your Body After Watching This Anime
The Assassin’s Creed series is one of the most popular games in the world, with 11 installments under its belt and over 140 million copies sold. While I have heard many good things about the game, I never had the chance to play it until recently. Steam was having a sale on all AC titles,… Read More I Finally Played Assassin’s Creed – Here Are My Thoughts
Hey guys! I don’t know what I clicked on my Google Docs last night, but I unearthed a short story I wrote back in 2015. I think I submitted it for a FIXI (that’s a local indie publisher here in Malaysia) anthology. Needless to say, it wasn’t selected 😛 I’m still pretty happy with it… Read More Special Request : A Short Story
Hey guys! Been a minute since my last post – been busy with life and stuff. I recently went for a close friend’s traditional wedding ceremony, and it was not only great fun but also an eye-opening experience. I realised that I know so little of my own culture lol. I was also in SG… Read More Book Review: Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
5. An Inanimate Object That’s Important To You I can’t even remember when exactly I started wearing it, but I’ve always had a small jade pendant on a silver chain which I never take off, even for showers or when I go to bed. The pendant is an amulet of sorts that was blessed when… Read More 30-Day Writing Challenge – Day 5: An Inanimate Object That’s Important To You
Are you afraid of monsters? When I was young I used to be. Nameless things with fangs, lurking in the dark just beyond the reach of light. Biding it’s time for the adults to leave. As you shake under the blankets, a long gnarly finger creeps out, gripping the edges of the door. It grins… Read More Monster
I was tidying my extremely messy bookshelf when I came across an old 2008 diary ( the type that companies usually hand out to business customers). Curiousity piqued, i flipped through the pages and came up with a few pages of rough draft that I had TOTALLY forgotten it existed. As with most of my… Read More Forgotten.