PES Club Manager: Improving player acquisition for the new season update

Konami recently announced that the new season update for PES Club Manager 2020-21 season will be on 4th November. So, it’s time to talk about what I hope for next season. Unfortunately, Konami has not implemented any of the changes that I wished for in my pre new season update post last year. There were … Continue reading PES Club Manager: Improving player acquisition for the new season update

Back in Singapore for a break from pharmacy

I’m back in Singapore again. I have completed my one-year pharmacist pre-registration training on 31st July, and became a provisionally registered pharmacist in the UK on 1st August. After that, I flew home on 6th August. Firstly, why am I only provisionally registered? It all has to do with the COVID-19 pandemic. In normal circumstances, … Continue reading Back in Singapore for a break from pharmacy

PES Club Manager: Creating success (a guest perspective)

In this supplementary post on becoming successful in PES Club Manager, I am bringing in a friend of mine, AlwayzAGamer, to share his insights. He is a fellow two-time Managers Cup champion like myself, having won both online cups in the Regular Division. Even in online cups, he regularly fields a starting lineup containing at … Continue reading PES Club Manager: Creating success (a guest perspective)

How the new standard year has changed Hearthstone

When the new standard year (Year of the Phoenix) commenced with it's first expansion (Ashes of Outland) in early April, there were a number of major changes in Hearthstone—and a few of them were totally unexpected. A new hero class called Demon Hunter was created, an unprecedented decision by Blizzard. They also completely reworked the … Continue reading How the new standard year has changed Hearthstone

Lessons from community pre-registration training

There is a consensus that, between hospital and community pharmacy, there is much more clinical knowledge to learn from doing pre-registration training in the former. When you have consistent exposure to medical notes and drug charts, handle ward patients with complex care needs and work with a multidisciplinary healthcare team, there is no end to … Continue reading Lessons from community pre-registration training

Overview of community pre-registration training in UK

In July last year, I relocated to York to do my pharmacist pre-registration training after graduating with my MPharm (Master of Pharmacy) degree in Manchester. The training is a one-year programme, and all 12 months of my training takes place in a small independent multiple pharmacy. Looking back at the beginning, I was initially clueless … Continue reading Overview of community pre-registration training in UK

PES Club Manager: The path to success

Alright, I have finally achieved my ultimate goal in PES Club Manager. I have finally won my first online cup, which was the 60th Managers Cup Regular on 2nd April. This was done on my sub account, which is currently in the Regular Division. I no longer play on my main account since February. And … Continue reading PES Club Manager: The path to success

Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Improving as a player

In this final part of my beginner’s guide to Hearthstone, I want to share some tips on how to improve as a player. I used to be a casual player back when I started in 2018. I never put in the time and effort to develop my understanding of the game until the beginning of … Continue reading Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Improving as a player

Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Playing on a budget

Alright, for all you Hearthstone players that can’t—or refuse to—spend any money on the game, how do you compete in ranked mode? The unavoidable reality in Hearthstone is that you need to earn gold on a consistent basis. Without gold, you can’t purchase card packs. And in turn, you can’t disenchant cards to get arcane … Continue reading Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Playing on a budget