Aunt Jane and Uncle Su Mann

Posted on: December 13, 2009

In the wee hours of the morning, just before the grey skies clear for yet another beautiful blue day in the winters of Toronto, I’m going to tell you a bit about my relatives!

My Aunt Jane (Mom’s sister) and her husband (who prefers to call himself S.M. Ong) both have blogs of their own creative endeavours, and are both funny writers! Aunt Jane runs her own projectsbyjane online shop and blog, as well as sells her bags at various markets, such as the one at the Red Dot Design Museum in Singapore. Uncle Su Mann is a currently writer and editor of The New Paper and several magazines published in Singapore and the region, and writes his articles here. I’m so proud of both of them! :D

Here’s a sneak preview of their blogs.

Aunt Jane runs her own self-made online tutorials on making your own bags, which is what she does very well! She sews and makes her bags from various fabrics and prints designed by her and takes her inspirations from many places. Handmade and of good quality, the bags are seldom, if ever, duplicated – my friend is asking for a bag from her that was sold recently, but they are modifying it according to her needs – and receive audiences of all ages!

Uncle Su Mann puts up funny, short articles that are also published in The New Paper, as well as those that aren’t. For the Singaporeans reading these, he was the writer of several well received Phua Chu Kang episodes back in its heyday. Isn’t he hippie looking and cool? :D He is also a jia katang (eat potato), just as I am one too! We are not alone. Hurhur. Read his hiliarious article on eating potatos here.


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