I’ve taken a (partly excusable) hiatus from my film reviewing due to a mix of study commitments, doing other writing and a good dash of laziness. I can tell you that I’ve watched a lot films though, and a lot of TV about OJ Simpson. Continue reading A few months of films
This article was published in the June issue of InMotion.
While preventing chronic disease through more active lifestyles is nothing new to health professionals, their cause may have found new allies, thanks to climate change. Sedentary lifestyles are not only a risk factor for many diseases, they are also symptomatic of the energy inefficient transport that many climate change activists want to do away with. Continue reading Planning for healthy living
You might think you’ve walked in the delivery entry when you find yourself thrust into the kitchen of Old Raffles Place but relax, you’re right at home. It ain’t the Raffles, but it’s Singaporean hawker food done really, really right. Continue reading The Old Raffles Place
This article was published by Assemble Papers on 12 February 2016
No one has been buried in Tower Hamlets Cemetery since 1966. It’s now a protected urban woodland spanning 11 hectares in London’s east that’s used by schoolchildren, retirees and, occasionally, a cultural festival called Shuffle. Continue reading Shuffle: Bridging Borders in Mile End
A girl likes a boy and thinks that he likes her too, but drinking makes it a mess of it and knocks around hearts and pride, and maybe they were both imagining it anyway. Continue reading Palo Alto (2013)