Of Bows and Arrows | Kodanda Archery Range

If you have read the entire Hunger Games trilogy or have enjoyed the first two instalments of the series in the big screen, then you most probably have also envied Katniss Everdeen’s skill in archery. Before that, I had a secret crush on Legolas from The Lord of the Rings, and fancied being Princess Merida in Brave. Recently, I even imagined myself as Artemisia, Artemisia I of Caria, in 300 Rise of an Empire. It seems like my fascination for bows and arrows go way back and it is only high time for me to quench this thirst. WHY ARCHERY Read More …

M & M in MMA: Mixed Martial Arts

Yesterday, Micah and I decided to go to SM Mall of Asia to buy hand wraps for our MMA lessons on Friday. It will be our second class and we are looking forward to it. Friday seems more interesting than before! Last September 7, we had our very first Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) lessons partially subsidized by the company. At 2:30, Micah and I went to the fifth level of our building wearing fancy [laughs] tights and cotton shirts, no shoes. 아자, 아자, 화이팅! (Aja, aja, hwaiting!) We were greeted by a hot (seriously) room with men in MMA outfit. Read More …

Joining the Olympics: London 2012 Slalom Canoe

I hope the title didn’t mislead you. I did play canoe slalom today. It requires lots of concentration and healthy body in order to win the gold. I practiced a lot for this event, and only got a silver medal – with my humble 29.3 seconds to navigate the rapids to finish line. Okay, okay. I gotcha. I actually played Google Doodle Slalom Canoe, the 14th Olympic doodle of Google’s tradition. The rule is simple: navigate your way in the rapids and steer clear from those rocks and frogs along the way. Ensure that you pass through all the green Read More …