It Wasn’t A Sequel To Begin With
November 29, 2012 – 18:32 | No Comment

My 3rd novel wasn’t meant to be a sequel to the 2nd novel in the first place. Then something happened. Characters began to beg to be included in the story. Thus, a sequel was born.

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Drama Review: Always On My Mind

Submitted by on June 2, 2009 – 17:20No Comment

It’s an old series, I know, but I have only watched bits and pieces of it when Always On My Mind was aired in Malaysia. So when I found the videos uploaded on YouTube recently, I decided to watch it all over again from the beginning. And it was good; perfectly timely since the Swine Flu is currently conquering the world. Always On My Mind reminds me to be mindful of cleanliness as it would affect our health at the end of the day.

Opening the scene with my favourite actress, Fann Wong, laying helplessly in the emergency room as her colleagues try to save her life, Always On My Mind, is a dramatic tale of broken hearts and relationships. It tells of how a person approaches the topic love and family when the past has robbed her of everything she thought she ever had.

Dr Guan Sijia (Fann Wong) is a brilliant doctor specialising in lung tumour illness. She is capable in her profession and possesses a pleasant personality that attracts many suitors. However, due to her past relationship, she is unwilling to open the doors of her heart to another man. She strongly believes that she is the wife of her ex-boyfriend even though they never got the chance to be married before he died in an accident. Therefore, she takes on the responsibility to care for his family – mother and an autistic younger brother.

Always On My Mind emphasizes the importance of our heart. The topic LOVE can be seen in its various forms such as Sijia’s close bond with her young nephew, the siblings relationship with her brother, her forever commitment to her ex’s family, her acceptance of a new guy (Dr Tiger). The series studies the heart of each character and brings across the message that no matter what the condition of our heart is, when love comes, it just comes.

Note: Reviews are based on foundations stated HERE.

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