Monthly Archives: November 2015

When Age Is Not Just A Number…

    I was the only adult in my year at UWCSEA. I mean I was the oldest – yes you read that right, O-L-D-E-S-T – “kid”  in my year at UWCSEA and I was deeply ashamed to admit it. But … Continue reading

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Straddling two worlds…

By the end of my first year, I was ready to go home. My Kenyan and Ethiopian friends can confirm that I had started packing – long before my flight was confirmed – at the start of the year. I … Continue reading

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Singapore, my first home away from home

The once distant dream of owning a cell phone became a reality when I purchased a brand new Nokia 3210. The year was 2004, the year of hi5 and email. I was ecstatic! Even though each of the three floors of the boarding … Continue reading

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Blessed but clueless…

I knew at an early age that I wanted to be an accountant/auditor. It’s possible that my deep love and admiration for my dad, who is an accountant, may have influenced my career choice. Besides, accounting was probably the only career … Continue reading

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