Adrian and Cherilyn on a stroll along the scenic Singapore River on a weekend. Cherilyn is CEO of Asia Law Network and is passionate about helping people in Asia make better decisions and get peace of mind by connecting them with easy, affordable legal advice.
Two of my absolute favorite people in the world after sharing a waffle and coffee at Assembly in Bukit Timah.
Paul Ong and his groomsmen enjoy a moment after his wedding ceremony where he was wedded to Ashley Tay in the Catholic Church.
The radiant bride Ashley takes a photo with her bridesmaids.
A perfect evening on the beaches of Bali with good friends, superb food, and copious alcohol.
Chai Lee's father walks her down the aisle to give her away to Lionel in their beautiful wedding in Chiang Mai (Thailand) with a gorgeous mountain in the backdrop as the sun sets.
13D INSEAD MBA classmate and his wife Bowen unwind at Vegabond Hotel in Singapore a few weeks before their wedding.
The groom and groomsmen awaiting the arrival and march-in of the bride and her party.
Ryo's father meets Hasegawa-san who managed Ryo in Dentsu Asia, Singapore. They greet each other in a classic Japanese greeting of polite bows.
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A light moment in the evening of the celebration of Lionel and Chai's wedding in Chiang Mai.
Another favorite couple of mine who are individually quirky and also insanely compatible with one another.
My lovely INSEAD 13D classmate Sugandha is getting married in Bengaluru in December 2016! Time to get my dancing shoes.
The Poker King gets hitched to lovely Sang at the Ritz Carlton.
Celebrants of Ryo's wedding get together for a glass of wine or beer in Sentosa under a blazing sun.
Impromptu and candid off-feet-sweeping.
A beautiful wedding in Bali.
Mark and Eleanor spending a day in the Singapore Botanic Gardens chasing down lizards and soaking in the sun.
The brilliantly spontaneous, fun and kind Kirk and Megan, now based in New York. Studied at INSEAD with Kirk where we lived in the same building (Club 16!!!) in Fontainebleau, France.
A lazy Sunday afternoon in rustic Tiong Bahru with Daniel and Rachel where they explained the amusing Malaysian game "Politicko" to me.