Monthly Archives: June 2006

Art & Beer

Riding the day train in Melbourne reveals a segment of restless people even more reckless with the spray can. Looking out the window, graffiti covers almost every piece of concrete that borders the train tracks from suburbia into the city. … Continue reading

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Freeloaders

I am watching a company of black ants exploring a white wall. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. There are seven black ants wandering aimlessly on a white wall. I wonder why they don’t just form a bloody trail. … Continue reading

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Dead Spaces

Today, Wern wanted to visit the graveyard. According to her, graveyards in Malaysia are full of lalang and mosquitoes, whereas those in Australia are well-kept and… beautiful? So we (rather, she) planned it into our journey, which eventually included Monash … Continue reading

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Living Spaces

This is where I’m currently staying in Melbourne. It’s a townhouse near the Monash Clayton campus; quiet and pretty cold. The people are nice though. If you’re bored enough, you could try to guess the architecture of the house. All-correct … Continue reading

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I. Have. Arrived

I have arrived. The journey was boring but I learnt: i) How to pull out the TV screen when there’s no seat in front of you – this, not without some embarrassmentii) How to pull out the food tray on … Continue reading

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Scott free… almost

Thirteen hours more, and I’ll be off on my month-long vacation! I’ve calculated that I’ll be on eight different planes within that duration. I hope I don’t get airsick with all the hours up there. I don’t have a good … Continue reading

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Earthquake!

Since 11+am today, we’ve been feeling tremors in our office building. My paranoid self says it’s probably another earthquake and corresponding after-shocks going on in Indonesia. My colleague says it’s some construction work going on somewhere behind the office. (The … Continue reading

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