Author: Aisyah Gala

Just finished listening to PM Lee’s National Day Rally on YouTube and I felt like I needed to give my two cents worth of being a Singaporean, especially one who represents the country but has decided to stay overseas in order to chase her dreams....

When this poster of me was brought down from the huge banner placed right opposite Marsiling MRT Station on Sunday, a tiny bit of my heart was torn apart. It meant that the Games was really over.It is time to move on.The Games went past...

I don't know if its my laptop, or the wifi connection at home, or is it just the server of this website but it's such a pain to upload my photos and blogs and it turns me off from updating, but the fact that I...

Alhamdullilah. Alhamdullilah. Alhamdullilah. I keep telling myself to be grateful for all the good things that have came since I won. It feels like the SEA Games was just last month but it has been 6 months now and a year to the next one. Under Armour Singapore has...

Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow. For the past 3 weeks I was here in Sydney, I have been training on water on my own (with my coach) and you know when you're doing...

There's a first time for everything. Yesterday was the first time I had to withdraw from a race because I was medically unfit to row. My coach pulled me out from my Final B of the Open Lightweight Women Single Scull race in the Australian Champs...