Reinventing my personal blog
The Borneo Express
My family took me to Borneo, not Disneyland, as a kid. I will forever be grateful for it.
I’m Over Here
My heartbreak was metered: sixteen paisa per second.
The Manual of Intimacy
A post-mortem of an unfortunate affair.
Lying on a Sack of Rice
One of those days.
My Life on a Bike
I rode on a bike rideshare everyday I lived in Indonesia.
When my people speak of who we are and where we come fromWe do not say, China.
Split Language Disorders
It is a well-documented fact: multi-lingual people have multiple personalities. I am no different, though I was only recently made aware of it when I started 'losing' language spontaneously.
The Lonely Road
When I ran a startup it was much lonelier than I knew it would be.
When I was growing up, I thought all families had the same weekend lunches as mine: a giant cauldron of yellow noodles, simmered. When my grandmother died, I thought about that simple dish often. How she conjured love out of a few basic ingredients.
To the Mountain
In all of my 29 years, my grandparents had been such a big part of my life that I could have never conceived of a life without them. Losing them was a shock to the system.
Two Pairs of Pants
The Hustling Years. Apparently, life comes full circle.
What I learned about running a company from drinking cocktails.
To the Young Queer Nerds
Avoid hyphenated relationships, and other advice for battle. Really, a letter to my younger self.
Don't Work With Assholes
There's a wealth of literature out there about this, but it can never be said enough. Too many people work with assholes.
What drives us to create companies?
A Tale of Two Cities
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was a bit of both, really.
Do You Know About Galau?
I was just telling someone tonight: I force myself to meet a different stranger in Jakarta every single day that I'm here.
A short update just before I moved in Indonesia.
Singapore's So-Called Moral Majority
The Seven Cultural Mountains of Singapore's Christian theocrats, and their culture war on the rest of us
The Freedom to Love
Climate of fear for Singapore's queers. Some sliver of hope in Pink Dot and other things.
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