I left Singapore back in 2005, perhaps a little disillusioned by the socio-political landscape at that time. It was a hard decision, leaving family, friends and a host of support systems, especially when my next stop wasn’t exactly an expat paradise. Life in Manila wasn’t a bed of roses, but my limps were holding up… Read More »
What would you think of a job ad that is posted for almost a year? Financial Times Electronic Publishing (Phils.), Inc. has been seeking to hire Senior Web Production Editors for its Philippine office for as long as I can remember (probably since last July when I started to take notice because the ad was… Read More »
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From what I observe, the whole China road network is a bloody pedestrian crossing. The way people are using the roads here in Shenzhen made me worry that some day they’ll end up as roadkill, like these photos of an accident that occurred along Ayala Avenue in Makati, Philippines.
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I was trying to read more about the recent coup attempt in the Philippines at BBC’s news website today when I realised that the site is also blocked in China. Not a big deal really, but you’ll have to wonder why because one can receive BBC World on cable TV here in Shenzhen.