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Tag Archives: Jocelyn Lau
A pink form appears in my visual periphery. I’m deep in proofreading a two-thousand-word magazine essay, so I don’t look up straightaway. At my age it is effortful to read small print properly, particularly at this early hour and in … Continue reading
An old man sits quietly in his heavy geriatric chair, his head bent low over a borrowed book from the Toa Payoh Public Library. A woman, also elderly, but ten years younger, nudges a younger girl, hey look, the old … Continue reading
“Mummy, I don’t want to go to school,” the toddler whines. Inwardly, I sigh. It’s become a daily chore to send the toddler to nursery school. “Okay, dear, I’ll drive slowly,” I tell the boy in the back seat. Distraction … Continue reading
It’s not yet two in the morning when we step out of the Airbnb luxury apartment in Ginza, Tokyo, where we are staying two nights. We get into brisk momentum, mindful that it’s a fifteen-minute walk and visitor queues for … Continue reading
We’re celebrating Pinky’s birthday. The preschooler and I have chosen a one-kilogramme rainforest cake – as pink as can be – with a picture of Rainbow Dash from My Little Pony on it. We think the character best resembles our … Continue reading
“Did you really, really, really write so many stories about me?” Pinky whispers loudly into my ear. She is feeling terribly elated and flattered. I had not told her I have been writing short stories celebrating her adventures with the … Continue reading
(For all parents of graduating kindergartners) It’s nearly the end of the year. Soon, the kindergartner will leave the preschool he’s attended since he was two, and go to primary school. At home, we have been poring over old photographs … Continue reading