we publish various adult fiction and non-fiction titles with a focus on travel, adventure, Asian culture and history
They say that every novel is some form of autobiography. You can’t be a great writer if your life has always been a bed of roses. If you don’t hurt, you can’t write. I guess it’s the same with musicians or for that matter, any artist. Joie Tan is a young Singaporean musician and she […]
What have you learned in 2018? What plans do you have for 2019? Dewdrop Books – Fiction and non-fiction with a focus on the colourful and exotic Asian realm. Check out our titles.
If it’s a teardrop on the cheek of eternity (Tagore), then it must have been hanging on that cheek for 370 years. Transient it is not. Eternal it is not. Built out of love and sorrow, the love and sorrow only last as long as the mourner/builder. Beyond that, should the beholders pity the emperor? […]
You can do something about the present and the future. But what’s gone is gone. It’s good to remember lessons from the past, but don’t ever dwell in the past and edit the details with an emotive pen. Dewdrop Books – Fiction and non-fiction with a focus on the colourful and exotic Asian realm. Check […]
Even those organisms at the top of the food chain must eventually slide to the bottom to be decomposed by the tiniest organisms – bacteria. Life is not permanent. Greatness is not permanent. Suffering is also not permanent. Dewdrop Books – Fiction and non-fiction with a focus on the colourful and exotic Asian realm. Check […]
As we breathe, some people are born, some people are dying and the majority of those greedy for material possessions struggling in between birth and death seem oblivious of the inevitable outcome. Beyond 50, every new day is a bonus, a blessing. Don’t waste time on the futile and fruitless. Dewdrop Books – Fiction and […]
There is probably no equivalent word or phrase in English. Yuan fen is easy to understand but difficult if not impossible to explain or define. Why do some people get along so well even when they are so different? Why do people fight even when they have so much in common? Dewdrop Books – Fiction […]
Calm seas don’t make good sailors. You need to encounter some of life’s sufferings before you become a good manager of your own life. Adversity also puts friendships and even marriages to the test. Dewdrop Books – Fiction and non-fiction with a focus on the colourful and exotic Asian realm. Check out our titles.
Revenge was a favourite theme in Chinese sword-fighting dramas. There seems to be a feel-good factor in seeing those who have wronged us get what they deserve. This is a primal instinct we all need to rein in. But why do some cultures/societies glorify revenge even as they espouse Buddhist values in the same breath? […]
There is so much truth in this. You only need to check the popularity of some bullshitting lifestyle/fashion bloggers. They enjoy free meals, free clothes and free skincare products and show them off on platforms like Instagram. Somehow they manage to influence thousands if not millions who seem unaware that they are obliged to say […]
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