An ode to running

When I was young, the idea of a 100m sprint puzzled me. Sure, between our games of Catch and ‘Fire and Ice’, I saw that some of my peers were more adept in darting through tight corners or gaining on a flagging runner, but I tended to attribute their prowess to a competitive streak or … More An ode to running

On Teaching

The first day I twisted a tie around my neck, slipped into my suit, and wrestled on a pair of sober, sombre socks, I felt a nervous jolt of energy. After waiting around interminably for 3 months to receive my National Service enlistment notice, I realised I wouldn’t be able to enlist in the February … More On Teaching