Back!

So, I’ve gone nearly 3 months without a blog post here. The hectic life of (relatively) young couples in Singapore leaves little room for leisure, especially when tying the knot. In October we finalised our choice of home. In November we got married. In December we came back from our honeymoon. Who knows what lies …

One year wiser?

Hopefully so. This is the year that I’m getting married and moving out; moving into unchartered territories at work as well, and realigning my priorities; realising I can’t do everything and should rather focus on doing a few things well. That includes upkeeping various social media profiles, including one on this blog. Most of my …

Meeting the BBC

Last week, I was invited, as part of a select group of bloggers, to dinner with the BBC’s Economics and Business editor, [Jeremy Hillman](http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/biographies/biogs/news/jeremy_hillman.shtml). Jeremy and I happen to come from the same law school, and he just completed his MBA. So we had plenty to talk about! I also met his boss, [Francesca Unsworth](http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/biographies/biogs/news/francescaunsworth.shtml). …

Aftershock

There’s [plenty of information](http://www.nei.org/newsandevents/information-on-the-japanese-earthquake-and-reactors-in-that-region/) and commentary on the ongoing crisis in Japan, so I won’t go into that. What I will delve into is what will happen after all this is over. [Disclaimer: I am not a scientist, and hope that my [terminology](http://www.nuclearglossary.com/suites/nuclearglossary_reactors.html) is accurate for the purposes of this post] Re-assessment of nuclear technology …