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my own lost worlds

Issue #17

I recently came across American cartoonist Lynda Barry’s semi-autobiographical work One! Hundred! Demons! and I really like it. In 17 vignettes, she paints the ‘demons’ of her youth, one of them (Lost Worlds) addressing the lost memories of childhood.

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Issue #16

Currently I feel as though I am at a slow but steady pace in my artistry. I have learned that personal desire and intentions cannot be forced. If you over think and put too much then that’s when burn out and loss of passion comes. I have learned that the hard way.

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Issue #15

Interestingly, every time when it comes to planning for CNY visitation, as in whose home is next, a form of identification that my family uses is the food best associated with the home visiting.

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Issue #14

does not get eliminated but instead gets a private lesson with the Master on honing his/her skills. Hence the title ‘School of Chocolate’. Such a positive teaching approach is a refreshing change in the world of cutthroat reality baking shows. And this teaching-learning direction actually sees contestants growing, supporting and helping each other complete their tasks, which is quite unheard of in other reality shows.

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Issue #13

I usually celebrate Christmas with good food. After the season of fasting in Advent, finally being able to eat all sorts of food, like a good roasted chicken with root vegetables with the family after Christmas Mass. We have a Christmas tradition in my family of having a good meal together and giving each other presents. One of the gifts that we enjoy giving are Christmas crackers. I suggest getting the ones from L’Occitane en Provence and it makes a good secret santa gift or a gift to give friends and family.

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my own lost worlds

Issue #17

I recently came across American cartoonist Lynda Barry’s semi-autobiographical work One! Hundred! Demons! and I really like it. In 17 vignettes, she paints the ‘demons’ of her youth, one of them (Lost Worlds) addressing the lost memories of childhood.

Read More »
human-body-with-colours

Issue #16

Currently I feel as though I am at a slow but steady pace in my artistry. I have learned that personal desire and intentions cannot be forced. If you over think and put too much then that’s when burn out and loss of passion comes. I have learned that the hard way.

Read More »

Issue #15

Interestingly, every time when it comes to planning for CNY visitation, as in whose home is next, a form of identification that my family uses is the food best associated with the home visiting.

Read More »

Issue #14

does not get eliminated but instead gets a private lesson with the Master on honing his/her skills. Hence the title ‘School of Chocolate’. Such a positive teaching approach is a refreshing change in the world of cutthroat reality baking shows. And this teaching-learning direction actually sees contestants growing, supporting and helping each other complete their tasks, which is quite unheard of in other reality shows.

Read More »

Issue #13

I usually celebrate Christmas with good food. After the season of fasting in Advent, finally being able to eat all sorts of food, like a good roasted chicken with root vegetables with the family after Christmas Mass. We have a Christmas tradition in my family of having a good meal together and giving each other presents. One of the gifts that we enjoy giving are Christmas crackers. I suggest getting the ones from L’Occitane en Provence and it makes a good secret santa gift or a gift to give friends and family.

Read More »