This gallery contains 6 photos.
Having recently emerged from a lockdown, I’ve found myself actually missing those days spent at home alone, leisurely exploring my own private universe. As much as I missed being at the museum and my office, I have – surprisingly – … Continue reading →
Tagged 2020, Art, Books, Culture, Home, Life, new normal, reading, Resolution, work, Writing
This gallery contains 14 photos.
I’m ready. I’m ready to emerge from the chrysalis. Inside the paper-thin membrane, my caterpillar-form has begun to self-digest, reducing itself into pulp… into nutrient soup. But in the midst of this primordial goop, identity markers remain. Imaginal discs, they … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 21 photos.
It’s been five weeks since the so-called “Circuit Breaker” in Singapore. For 34 whole days, I’ve sat at home, mostly alone – except for the virtual meetings for work, and the (far more enjoyable) virtual drinks with friends and family. … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 15 photos.
What a difference a month and a bit makes! In late February, when I wrote my previous post, I had just returned from Mexico, anticipating change but hopeful that life would go on, more or less, with some, but not … Continue reading →
Tagged Art, Asia, Beauty, Comfort, COVID-19, Culture, Friends, Home, Life, Lifestyle, Mobility, New World Order, Personal Therapy, Photography, Reinvention, Shutdown, Singapore, Stay At Home
This gallery contains 37 photos.
These past couple of weeks I’ve been in a dream of a city… an imperial city… wandering its streets, admiring its architecture and its art, appreciating the warmth of its people even as I remain wary of the danger that … Continue reading →
Tagged Art, Colour, Dream Of A City, Heritage, History, Kennie Ting, Life, Light, Mexico, Personal Mastery, Relationships, Therapy, Travel
This gallery contains 13 photos.
In the last post, I waxed lyrical about Rapture and Epiphany. I suggested that the latter was something that could be man-made, precipitated through (careful) design and curatorial, in the context of an exhibition at the Museum. That much is … Continue reading →
Tagged Art, Cities, Epiphany, History, Kennie Ting, Life, Love, Passion, Physical Touch, The 5 Love Languages, Travel, Visual, Water
This gallery contains 25 photos.
I’m almost there. I can feel it. …clarity on what I want, who I am, who I will be in the years I come – what I will pursue, creatively, intellectually, socially, perhaps even romantically… I’ve been going around in … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 50 photos.
So in the spirit of balance, I thought I’d post something completely frivolous, and almost nothing to do whatsoever with work. Well, almost… I’m an incurable bookworm, and a TOTAL geek. There’s nothing I like more than curling up in … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 20 photos.
It so happens I wrote another manifesto for the museum earlier this year, this time to explain our “YEAR OF SOUTHEAST ASIA 2018/19” – the why and how of our focus on Southeast Asia, and the approach we took in … Continue reading →