What I felt and thought about Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings after finally watching it for the first time. (A Shang-Chi Review)
It’s been some time after the Avengers: End Game events, and being able to watch a phase 4 movie felt exciting. Shang-Chi brought loads of fun, and it’s great to be able to see new characters in the expansion of the Multiverse. [SPOILERS AHEAD]I love how Shang-Chi sneaked in some decade-old references from The Hulk… Continue Reading →
I love Telltale’s The Walking Dead series. It has the emotional and heavy decision making that challenges our minds to think and make judgement that we are either proud or regret. I planned to finish the entire series during this summer holidays but that didn’t work as I had to reformat my PC and that… Continue Reading →
I left the church for about 5 – 6 years, it’s not accurate, because I don’t really want to remember when I really stop going. I have waited so long to tell my story and figured that I must let it out or else my heart and mind would not lay to rest. There will… Continue Reading →
While preparing my Year 10s today in revising for their Paper 1 theory, I just thought of creating a roadmap to visually see how IGCSE structures their questions. Each Questions are linked to the chapters published in the textbook and where to read and digest the theory and apply them into the exam papers. This… Continue Reading →
I was doing my Master’s Assignment today and my reading topic was about McGregor’s Theory X and Y on leadership. Mind mapping is my way organising information into different levels and so I can digest my readings in keywords and then when I write my essays I just combine those keywords. So if you are… Continue Reading →
Morbid and gruesome, perfect in representing the dogmatic negativity of the crime world. It is just a simple betrayal and revenge plot but leaving you to wait for it with a weird romantic connection that felt too long and unnecessary. My Rating: Google Review 3/5 Recommendation Rating: 6/10
Met someone, and she asked whether I understood how to develop adult learning content as a learning/instructional designer. She gave me several products that could create online learning contents. She emphasised I must know how to develop interactive contents for adult learning. I spent 30 minutes explaining what I have created for adult self-learning content… Continue Reading →
I don’t have a son or a daughter of my own. Still, I have met parents on my teacher meetings or occasional calls. They are surprised to found out that their kids did not actually revise the recommended curriculum for their tests and exams. Before you readers start to rage or make a judgement against… Continue Reading →
I just remembered a lecturer I had that given me a poor score just because I did my research by citing both US and UK sources. I remembered clearly that there were no rules or indications that I have to follow a strict country based research required by the university. I know the lecturer can… Continue Reading →
A late midnight itch to find out what are the latest productivity apps for my iPad. Evernote was No. 53 in the Productivity ranking. 4 years ago, I kept all of my notes and documents in Evernote and found this design I made when I first took the role as EdTech under the IT department…. Continue Reading →
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