Sketch… Sunday Service

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Back To Reality

As much as I wished to further extend my 3-month long summer vacation in Canada, I inevitably needed to face reality and returned to my deteriorating birth city on Sept. 7th. It took about 3 hours from the time my plane landed to get through the airport’s pandemic measures and customs and finally arrive at […]

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Second Week

Second week into my month-long vacation. Still continuing my near daily meetups with friends, and still enjoying the catch-ups and all the happy memories that arose. I’m grateful for the many good friends that God allowed me to cross paths with. Despite the many social gatherings, life is still a little boring around here, especially […]

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Social Deficit

Being slightly introverted on the social scale, I’m usually not too active in asking friends out. But in the past couple of weeks, I managed to organize, meet, and catch up with many friends. Many friends were just as eager to meet up and only required a little nudge from me to organize the gatherings. […]

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Rainy Week

It has been cloudy and rainy all week long. The gloomy weather seems to match the many downcast faces seen on the streets. The 5th pandemic wave has eased with daily confirmed COVID cases in the low 3 digits and related deaths in single digit, however, the gloomy atmosphere in the city seems like it […]

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A New Chapter?

The city had appointed its new CE on Mother’s Day, a foreseeable authoritarian chapter will officially begin on July 1st. It’s sad to witness the once free and creative city deteriorate and people emigrating and separated from their families. Life goes on… My weekly calligraphy class had finally resumed since the 5th pandemic wave began […]

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Easter Weekend

The current pandemic wave has receded substantially from the peak of 50k+ COVID cases daily to the recent 3 digits. The Easter long weekend provided a good time for people to head outside for a little breather from the exhausting pandemic marathon. The streets were flooded with people as a result. I was still awaiting […]

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Transitioning Back To Work

Originally planned to return to the studio on Tue, but found out on Mon that the day was a public holiday. My official return-to-work day was thus postponed to Wed. Felt a bit anxious like a kid going back to school to start a new school year, I didn’t sleep too well and woke up […]

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M(art)ch Break Wrap-up

The pandemic continues to ease with daily COVID cases dropping from high to mid 4 digits this past week. I wrapped up the last days of the impromptu M(art)ch Break with more Pokémon memo drawings, bible scripture writing, and character design of the Kings of Kowloon (Bay) based on the Old Master Q characters. Also […]

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WFH… Counting Down M(art)ch Break

Daily COVID cases has continued to decline this week to 4 digits. The government also officially scrapped the citywide testing that was planned for March, it might still happen in April, nothing is certain nowadays with our ever changing and often confusing and unscientific government policies. Regardless, I feel slightly relieved. The declining COVID cases […]

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