Lunatic Fest Day 1 at Makuhari Messe, Tokyo, was an unexpectedly emotional day for me. It wasn’t my first Luna Sea live and so I wasn’t expecting to burst into tears. But when X Japan started their performance, my tears kept falling and didn’t stop till the end of Luna Sea’s act. I was introduced…… Continue reading The Feels – Lunatic Fest Day 1
The heart is heavy. The soul is weary. The tears keep falling. Never to forget.
Today, Singapore’s founding father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew, passed away. Someone interviewed on television said that this feels personal, and I agree, I feel like I’ve lost my grandfather, and he is like a father, a grandfather to all of us Singaporeans, albeit probably not a fuddly duddly one. This man had given his life,…… Continue reading Thank you, Sir…
Rape has always been an issue that I’ve felt strongly about because I feel that it is one of the worst violations that a person can experience and a crime that is always under-reported because of the shame that the victims feel. Whatever the statistics that are reported, I think it is still too high.…… Continue reading The One Post I Have No Idea How to Title
29 May 2014 – Yoyogi National Gymnasium Epic. Most brilliant night of my life. Hyperbole? Perhaps. But that was definitely one night where I felt alive. It may be silly to ascribe so much power to a band but when this has been the moment that I’ve waited 15 years of my life for? Forgive…… Continue reading Luna Sea 25th Anniversary Live
In these days of the Internet, it has become easier than ever to publicly shame someone. Of course, it is never acceptable to behave badly, but does it give others the right to shame these people on the Internet? Doesn’t such an act, in a way, constitute cyber bullying?
I was reading posts on my old blog and came across this entry that I’d made a couple of years ago and I thought the sentiments still held and the timing was right what with National Day being today, so I’m reposting it here. The radio was playing old national day songs like “Stand up…… Continue reading Musings on National Day