Find My Voice
Finding My Voice
Young, newly married, hotshot hotel executive Emily "had a seat in the northward bound express career train" when she woke up one morning to discover that she suddenly lost control of her voice due to Spasmodic Dysphonia, a rare voice disorder. A deeply personal memoir, Finding My Voice is a book for anyone who has encountered fear, despair and loss of identity and self-worth in their lives. It is a story to inspire others to have the hope that, when one door closes, another opens – to see new possibilities in life when you choose to be thankful for what you already have. Read More
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Common To Uncommon
Common to Uncommon
Andrew survived four near-death traumas that dramatically transformed his life. He believes the answer to one’s life transformation lies within each of us and the quality of your life vitally depends on the quality of the questions you constantly ask yourself: “Why am I here on earth?”; “Who do I want to become when I grow up?”; “What can I do to fire my dream and imagination?” Common To Uncommon is about living large . Readers begin a journey of self-discovery, learning to embrace delicately calibrated thinking patterns, techniques and skills to help them navigate through the minefields of life and to seize opportunities. Do you have an audacious dream? Do you believe you can achieve it? You can if you think you can. Truly, when you believe, you can turn from being common to uncommon, and fulfil your true destiny. Read More
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Eat. Muse. Love! 吃吃想想⼆部曲
Catch the duet – an ‘actively ageing’ mother and her daughter – in this unique collection of 50 musings on foodie haunts that comes with a twist. Featuring 100 Chinese idioms and 50 eating places, veteran broadcaster Madam Chua Foo Yong and Toh Mu Qin capture what famous food blogger Miss Tiamchiak praises: “The ultimate foodies’ guide on Singapore local fare.” This book is written in English and Chinese. Read more
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Harmony In Progress
Harmony In Progress
The World Expo 2010 Shanghai China ranks not just as the biggest cultural gathering in the 160-year history of Expo but also in the history of mankind as well. If one regards the Shanghai Expo as a channel of communication between China and the world, then this book by Professor Zhang Lu and Dr. Wu Jianzhong may be viewed as a dialogue between Singapore and Shanghai on the future of urban development. It is an in-depth study of the Shanghai Expo spiritual legacy, through a collection of incisive dialogues between the two authors. Read More
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