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If you are an avid fan of Osamu Mukai and watched "Hungry" before, you will probably know where did I get this blog name from. However, I did not blindly copy the name just because I love the drama. I was fondly called 'Cabbage Head' (associated with my round head and bob hairstyle) by my family when I was small. Until now, cabbage still reminds me a lot about my childhood, as a little girl with a bob hairstyle.
Changed the name of this blog from "Hey Bridget!" to "Le Petit Chou" on 3 September 2012.
Hello, fellow Homo sapiens! Welcome to a simple blog where a nineteen-year-old Malaysian-Chinese girl keeps her daily dross.
My name is Bridget, but I have quite a variety of nicknames given by my friends, ranging from Biddy to Miku (my round head probably inspired Pau to give me this nickname, which is in fact, a pink tortoise-shaped bun). The miku can metamorphosise into a panda miku due to lack of sleep. Thus, eye-bags are not an unusual sight on this girl.
Laces, ribbons, tulle, white roses and vintage-inspired things never fail in catching my attention. When I am free, I indulge in arts. Pink is my favourite colour but I love colours as a whole.
Inspired by amazing photographers, like Tricia Gosingtian and Zemotion, I began to appreciate beautiful compositions and colours in photographs. Armed with a 12-megapixels NIKON digital camera, I take photographs of everything I find awe-inspiring or interesting.
Besides all these, I enjoy playing my violin, strumming my guitar, listening to music, swooning over cute/hot guys with Pauline, eating unhealthy food (especially desserts) and laughing (like a hyena).
“Every one of us is losing something precious to us. Lost opportunities, lost possibilities, feelings we can never get back again. That’s part of what it means to be alive.” - Haruki Murakami
"Always keep an open mind and a compassionate heart." - Phil Jackson