It's been a while since I wrote something that isn't work related. But today, since I have a minute to spare I thought I'd write an update. I'm working now – yes, no more freelancing from my couch. As fun as that was, it was time for progress. I love where I'm at now, every … Continue reading Why I won’t apologise for being me
I managed to catch the last showing of this dark twisted and brilliant play on Sunday night. Now even with a familiar face in the cast, I promise to be completely honest in my review of this whodunit play. I was unprepared to be mentally affected by the lights and sounds of this production. Kudos to … Continue reading REVIEW: THE RETREAT (Theatre)
DISCLAIMER: There are potential spoilers in this piece – also this is purely my opinion so take it with a grain of salt if you do not feel the same way. A few weeks late into the finale, I was awed by how relevant this show is to today's world. Being online 80% of my … Continue reading REVIEW: American Gods
Enjoy a full bodied glass of wine, share small plates of olives and cheese with your lover, and feel the music run through your person as you hear the beat of the percussion complimenting the tapping sounds of the dancer's feet on the floor board cause in that moment you're living the gypsy life as … Continue reading Tablao Flamenco: The Art of Gypsies
DISCLAIMER: This article is purely the opinion of the writer, it is not written to be bias or leaning to any political party nor it's opposition. I grew up in the bustling city roads of Jakarta, to be a half breed of Indonesia and a western country, I was nicknamed bule that directly means caucasian. It … Continue reading A History Lesson in Pancasila
It's been a minute since I watched something that moved me in the way that Netflix's original movie OKJA did. Before even going in depth why you should watch this movie, I would like to hand over all the awards including most horrific triggering movie of the year. Disclaimer: there are potential spoilers in this … Continue reading REVIEW: OKJA, a nightmare in motion.
To whom it may concern, You didn't teach me how to brush my teeth, neither were you there when I saw the tooth fairy. But somehow I have your smile that has been dimmed for a while. You were not around to cheer away my fears, you didn't witness me fall or put the bandaid … Continue reading Fathers and Strangers