19 tips for relocation to the US from Asia in 2022

8 tips to build credit score for expats living in the US

What credit cards should you get next for travel purpose?

Expat Medical insurance in the US update Jun 2022

Healthcare cost in the US is astronomical and that is not an exaggerated word. Our family moved from Singapore to the US late last year and we have been experiencing the cost of the US health care system firsthand. In this post, I will share everything that I have learned via reading, listening to podcasts,…

What credit cards should you get next for travel purpose?

This post is the continuation of my last post about “tips to build a credit score for expats living in the US“. If you haven’t read that post, I recommend you to do that first because: I am making the assumption that at this point, you already have a (only 1) City national bank credit…

Google Marketing Live 2022 for the Americas

Hi there, This is a summary of the Google Marketing Live (GML) event for the Americas, which happened earlier this week.  For those who are not familiar with GML, this is the most important annual event for the Google Advertising platform where they share the latest product announcements, and updates to advertisers, agencies, and other…

My take on “A conversation with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong”

Singapore has been in a unique position when it comes to geopolitics and foreign relations. She is a friend/strategic partner of Both China and the West (the US in particular). So when Singapore’s Prime Minister speaks, the world listens and it carries substantial weight (disproportionate to the country’s tiny size). Two days ago (Mar 30),…

Kevin Rudd’s new book “The Avoidable War”

Last week, Kevin Rudd published a new book titled “The Avoidable War: The Dangers of a Catastrophic Conflict between the US and Xi Jinping’s China“. I have been a long-time admirer of his work and his sharing so naturally, I watched both of the launch events: one in Washington D.C. and one in New York.…