Tell-Tale Signs of Unconditional Love


I really had so much fun with these art pieces. It’s been quite sometime when I had time for my childhood passion. These mini art clips were inspired by my fair share of love and heart breaks from all my relationships including the one that I love and cherish today. Cheers to the month of love and heartbreaks!

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Random Radicals

Thinking Man2

If I were to sculpt the thinking man, I would have raised his head a little higher facing the heavens.

We were all humans until race disconnected us, religion separated us, politics divided us, and wealth classified us.

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Who’s Your Super Hero?


My very first cosplay costume. Sadly, I don’t have my real pictures. Love to try again someday 🙂

I have this manual for free conversation lesson I use during my class. This is quite fun for my students because it brings back a lot of memories during childhood.

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Tribute to the Blessed Ones

NOVEMBER 1: ALL SAINTS’ DAY – A simple tribute

InforgraphicAllsaintsday_lindsay2013signed“In honor of all the martyrs who died in groups and whose name were unknown as well as to all the Saints known and unknown especially to the modern day Saints in their own little way. Above is an Info graphic about November 1 as All Saints’ Day.” (re-post from my old blog site)

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Don’t Judge Me, I’m not a Book


Hi guys, it was quite some time that I’ve posted again. October was a very busy month for us and I suddenly missed reading. I honestly admit that when I was young, I hated reading. I prefer creating my own stories through my drawings and transport my self to my imaginary world of adventures. Every time I pick up my pencil, I’m suck into a vortex that no one can pull me out, except of course if it’s meal time. Yep, food is my Kryptonite among other things, which was used by Jed to win my heart. Gosh, this guy is one amazing creature disguising as a human being. He can read minds! Beware everyone, you’ve been warned.

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I have no idea if this really works and how it works,  but I’m keeping an open mind about this. Remembering what my physician professors taught us about the time we graduated in med school, everything we learn will now be obsolete. I’m talking about a minimum of 5 years where medical information often changes. Since, its been years that I’ve graduated from med school, that means everything I know is already out of date. True enough, Telemedicine was born.

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