Author Archive: marksoh

1 of the best vegetarian cafe in Singapore


Everybody has he/her own preference and favourite makan (malay word = eating) places. And mine… are stalls/cafes that provides the public with a “natural” plant based diet with sincerity and love. Aspect I would consider in my selection includes, 1. Nutrition – Does it covers the basic 5 different colour 6 different parts, there are many types of …

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6 Lessons College Will Never Be Able To Teach You (part 2)


3) You are but a tiny blip on a giant radar. (this article is a continuation of part 1) Travel humbles you; It makes you truly realize just how small you are in this great big world. You are a mere speck in an infinite universe.  When I am out kayaking, or on a boat in …

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A trip to Georgia – Tbilisi (part 3)


  This pic – Is about feeling. Like a lot of other cities I have been to. Tbilisi has lots of hills. And the hostel I stayed in, sits on 1 of those. After a long and tired day out, but not wanting to end the day so easily. I went up all the way …

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6 Lessons College Will Never Be Able To Teach You. (part 1)


Read an article on Huffington post a few days ago, written by Ryan O’Rourke. And couldn’t agree more with it. In the article, he listed 6 lessons that only travelling, not school can teach us . I am an introvert since young, that is. I don’t speak much. to approach or talk to people, stranger and even to people …

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A trip to Georgia – Tbilisi (part 2)


Here I am, in a New world, unknown to most of the Asia. Early under the morning sun @ about 7+ am. Full of excitement and hope 🙂 While enjoying the good weather and peacefulness. Most of the photograph shown on this page are taken on the 1st day. Tbilisi is easy for tourist to navigate as most …

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A trip to Georgia – Tbilisi (1 of the best places I have been to)


Having been to 19 countries, Georgia is definitely 1 of the most Friendly, Surprising and Beautiful country. Friendly – Got a present surprise when I reach Hostel Ori beli,  where I stayed in for 3 nights. After settling down in the hostel, the owner invited me to sit down, have a cup of coffee. And chat a bit …

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The China Study n screening of it’s documentary (part 2)


Continuing from part 1 I first joined Vegetarian Society of Singapore in 2008, and a few months later. Somewhere in 2009, VSS held a Big event, By inviting Dr Colin Campbell from Cornell University to give a talk, introducing to us his work and book “The China Study” Seeing that this small bunch of volunteers, pretty similar …

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The China Study n screening of it’s documentary (part 1)


When I am serving my national service, I had a serious illness which lasted for almost 4months. During that time, I was fortunate to get the privilege to understand what it feels like to be “half dead”. Or maybe, dead is better than half alive! While I still have some conscious, knowing what is happening around me, knowing I …

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Heritage tour: Chao Zhou, China, my ancestral home town


Heritage tour: Chao Zhou, China, my ancestral home town.

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Heritage tour: Guang zhou, China


This is actually my 2nd trip to Guang zhou, with the 1st in 2007. But on that trip, I only stayed for 2 days as, according to Lonely planet. This city does not have much to see. (In fact,as I remember, there is only about 20 attractions in their entire list) As for the other 15 days, all …

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