At times what I do for a living can be emotionally draining. Several years ago my job began to take its toll, making me irritable, anxious and short fused with my family at the end of each day. I decided that it was time for a change in perspective.
Wearing a scent is probably the most personal thing a person can wear. It externalises one’s soul.
Pores are windows of our body.
So a scent is like a breeze that visits.
When the soul avails itself, the scent can be an agreeable stranger.
A beautiful stranger.
Two Fragrance Reviews by a person who does not wear fragrance.
Recently we chatted with writer Woon Tai Ho about his fragrant journey to Bhutan. His fifth book is Riot Green. The word Riot in the title refers to colour. Riot Green is the name of a painting by a child prodigy.
We also have have 3 hard copies of Riot Green to giveaway.
Today we are in tropical, leafy Singapore talking with Woon Tai Ho, the author of Riot Green. We also take a side-trip to Bhutan for a mountain-top scent experience, view some pieces from Tai Ho’s art collection and ponder on Love, Art and personal scenting.