Recent and archived articles by Samantha Hiew
A tale of two cities - By Samantha HiewWATCHING a young couple walking hand in hand out of a cafe into St James Park in London, I reminisced the days when I was their age.
Whether it’s slowing down the pace or picking up speed, go for what you want in 2016.
Tale of two cities - By Samantha HiewStretching the limits to redefine who I was meant to be.
AS THE leaves turn brown and wither to the ground, all beings prepare to hibernate.
Tale Of Two Cities - By SAMANTHA HIEWRural England is a wonderful place to bond with your child.
Tale Of Two Cities - By Samantha HiewBeing bold and loud are not the only way to fight injustice.
WHEN Martin Luther King Jr stood before 250,000 civil rights supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, he spoke about his dream of ending racism in America.
I COULD be in Malaysia today – it’s a humid 33 degrees Celsius in London as I sit in my garden amid freshly bloomed marigolds, lilies, roses, lavenders and lobelias.
HE WALKS up to her, sweeps her into his arms and they gaze lovingly into each other’s eyes. Hand in hand, they walk into the sunset.
Just as I plopped on the comfy sofa that I had forgotten I even owned, her cry began.