After months of trying to get a date, thinking about where the ideal destination is, we are finally ready. The Paige Connexion a.k.a TPC is ready to take you guys out for an excursion.

Akin to last year, (er….remember the raw food n popiah making class, n the relaxing meditation session to round up, for those who came ) we won’t be telling you what’s in store just yet, but you can be sure, u will learn something, take away something, and hopefully share anything from this trip.

The date is set to be on the 1st of December. Please meet at Mediacorp lobby taxi stand at 330pm. This has nothing to do with Mediacorp but I reckon it will be a familiar spot for all to gather. We will send you guys back to the same spot at around 730pm.

I repeat.
Meeting place: Mediacorp lobby taxi stand
Time to meet : 330pm and back by 730 pm
Where r we going?: We will offer more details via email at a later date.
How to join ? : Please write to thepaigeconnexion@gmail.com and leave your name and contact number. Please title email as “I WANNA JOIN”
Expensive or not? : A million dollars or nothing at all…. Er…in other words…Free!

We move on from one moment to the next,

Honour what had been.

Seen it, heard it, felt it and be glad.

 

One foot ahead of the other,

One word after another

The next minute awaits,

 

Stay fresh

Live fresh

Feel fresh

 

A constant reminder

To just be

 

At Peace

To make someone laugh is no joke! Comedians should garner more credit, for their efforts to bring laughter to people

out there.

Melodrama is becoming my comfort zone, after appearing in one after another.

Going into the zone of depression, nostalgia, melancholy seems to be the norm in my career path.

I totally understand that and nor do I reject as I do find myself akin to the “dark” side in many ways…haha…sentimentalism is in my blood.

My latest project, The Recruit Diaries, however, showed me another genre of the artistry which can be awkward but invigorating, all at the same time.

“I am around jokers all day long, I tell people” … Jeffrey, Jeremy, Xu Bin,

Benjamin, Shane, and many other newcomers gave so much life to the popular themed sitcom.

They are my recruits, or rather, my character’s Lt Angie Tan’s recruits.

It is hard not to be amazed at how quick thinking these boys are, especially when it comes to giving a twist to the reality we are so familiar with.

While my character Lt Angie Tan is a straight-laced character in the sitcom, there are some unexpected portrayals featured which I personally find hard to stomach.

Well, it’s all in the name of entertainment and loosening up the shoulders of you stressed up audience out there.

Ok, laughter is still in the making, so do look forward to “The Recruit Diaries”, knocking soon….

一位艺人曾和我分享了一段话:”演戏最辛苦的不是熬夜,也不是背词,而是和对手有感情后马上又有第三者。” 因缘份,遇上毫不费力就能投入,真情流入的对手时,那每一句台词,笑容,眼神,泪,都会成为演员真实生活的一部份。演员口头上常说的入戏和抽离。为了自己,为了下一部戏,为了生活中的家人,朋友,为了回到现实,一定要离。有时还得要冷漠,冷却了戏里的情。。。我看了我那朋友的话,笑了笑回复:"Absolutely, 冷莫因入戏太深,因知道不能长久。演员啊,既有情也无情。“但。。。那一份记忆,如此的真,如此的美。抽离,又谈何容易?