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 18 photos.
These past two weeks I’ve been hiding away in my own personal, private, solitary retreat in Bali, thinking through all that has happened in 2019 (and before). To tell the truth, I needed to go away. The work had become … Continue reading
Tagged Architecture, Bali, Besakih Temple, Closure, Culture, Disclosure, Heritage, History, Life, Personal Mastery, Personal Retreat, Personal Vision, Resolution, 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
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Recently, I dreamed of a city… It was a city I had known before. An impossible city, perched precariously on a craggy peninsula and island at the mouth of the Pearl River; floating at the edge of the South China … Continue reading