Saturday, April 30, 2016


I took these photos in Japan last Autumn. I was supposed to attend a company's annual dinner later that day. Reckless enough to not bring any formal wear. My emerald green jumpsuit was the least casual outfit I could find in my luggage. Well, this jumpsuit is pretty versatile. It can be worn to any occasion depending on how you style it. I easily stood out from the crowd since everyone at the dinner was wearing dark hues whilst I was probably one of the very few who wore a more distinct shade. 

On another note, my blog has been on standby ever since I came to Melbourne to study. I was unduly naive to underestimate university life. It is hectic as hell, and so many photos have accumulated in my laptop. Fortunately, my friends in Malaysia have approached me to team up. Now I have someone to push me to blog more often. Hopefully, in the near future, my blog will experience some kind of growth.

More updates will be coming soon! Stay tuned. 

Thong Jean Lim

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Autumn in my heart

October 22, 2015, Okayama Japan 

Spending the last autumn in Japan was indeed a truly wondrous experience. It was my third time in Okayama and every time I visit Japan I'm always grateful to be able to bring some good memories back home. There's an activity here which they call "leaf peeping"- to witness the foliage change colour especially during autumn. It was spectacular to observe these leaves transition from rich green to furious red or mustard yellow. I had a stroll at this park after touching down from the plane and it was an incontestable fact that I would have a great time there.

More blog posts related to my Japan trip will be up soon. Stay tuned! On a different note, I will be doing a Q&A session, not sure whether it will be on the blog or my YouTube channel. But anyway, ask me questions on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook  or comment on the blog post with the hashtag #AskThongJean or tag me @thongjean. You can also suggest whether I should answer it on the blog or make a video instead. The questions can be general ones or be as quirky as possible.  I look forward to all your questions! Disclaimer: Anonymous quesiton-asking is prohibited. 

Lim Thong Jean