Wednesday, March 27, 2013

I'm awkward and here are some macarons.

Oh wow, my heart is bursting with joy when the comments for the previous entry started rolling in. How sweet are you guys, really! ♥ Totally affirmed my decision to continue blogging and sharing my works. :)


Over the past few months, I've had the opportunity to work with 3 different filming teams, who had approached me to feature AiClay and my "interesting job". 

One of the filming team was from for the program Meet the Young Bosses, and wow that was a crazy quick filming session! It took no more than 2 hours for the interview and show-and-tell, and even post-filming editing was quick because THE EPISODE IS HERE!

So here you go -
You can also click on the other icon just below the video to view another part of the episode. :)

I was supposed to speak in Chinese but found myself slipping back into English very often, and oh my how I cringed at all of my awkward pauses and stumbling over words. And please don't take whatever I said seriously, because I was simply blabbering anything that came to mind.

Would love it if you guys would put in your after-thoughts in the column below the video as well! ♥ As you can see I did some shameless advertising in the comments as I realised my URL wasn't that obvious in the write-up. ;)

For the next photo, do this little imagining exercise with me. 

Stare at the smallest macaron shell in the first photo. Before you move on to the next photo, imagine how small it would be using your finger as reference. Then go on to the next photo to check if they were as small as you imagined them to be.

Don't cheat before you move on to the next photo! -wags finger.

So, how did it go? 
Let me know in the comments if the real deal was smaller/bigger than you expected! ♥


  1. more or less the same :p are you going to have a work shop in april?? im coming to sg and i really really wanna join it :(

  2. I'm trying my best to fit in a workshop into my schedule! Are you subscribed to AiMail (head to the 'Subscribe to AiMail' tab to find out how), that way you'll get first hand notice when workshop details are up! :) If you'd like, you can email me the dates which you'll be in Singapore and I'll see what I can do! :)