About Me & Disclaimer

5meanders is a collective search to be better, and that search never ends. When I started writing, it was something of a mental exercise. Over time, that has evolved into a consistent search to grow, learn and evolve.

The river that meanders seeks to connect with the sea, just as I wish to continue to connect with an endless ocean of ideas and knowledge that I know is out there.

I talk about things that affect me, seek good food and share knowledge constantly.

Want to connect with me? You can say hi on:

Email:ย kenneth.lee.rj@gmail.com


This is a personal blog. The views and opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of the people, institutions or organizations that I may or may not be related with unless stated explicitly.

The views expressed on this website are my personal views and do not necessarily reflect views of my employer. The posts and opinions expressed on this blog are solely my own. They do not represent (nor are they intended to represent) the positions, opinions or policies of my employer or any other company or person. The comments on this site are moderated, but even so the opinions expressed in those comments are not necessarily shared by me.

Also, my thoughts and opinions change from time to time as I come to learn more and develop my understanding about the things and issues that I am blogging about. This blog just provides a snapshot of the knowledge, views, and opinions that I hold at a particular point of time and these might most probably change over a period of time. I reserve the right to evolve my knowledge, thoughts, and viewpoints over time and to change them without assigning any reason.

My blog includes links to other sites/blogs operated by third parties. These are provided as a means of convenient access to you to the information/opinion contained therein. I am in no way responsible for the content of any other sites or any products or services that may be offered through other sites.


  1. Jenny Lam says:

    Hi Kenneth,

    How are you?

    Do write more about Arts and hope my work can feature on your blog. Thanks for invitating me to like your blog.

    Have a Properous New Year for 2016

    Jenny Lam

  2. Rahim Fouladipoor says:

    Hi Kenneth, how are you? Do write something about dry fruits & nuts .please

  3. Hello Kenneth! Nice blog you have!! Love your website layout too! =P

  4. Hwee says:

    Hi Kenneth!

    This is Hwee from Glints Career Hacking Community on Facebook. Just dropping by to check out your articles and this blog in general! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Taking this opportunity to thank you for sharing all your valuable articles on our platform. ๐Ÿ™‚ There aren’t many personal blogs out there and in Singapore that dedicates a big portion to career tips and advice as it’s not an easy topic to talk about. Yet, the career-related articles you give are not just useful, but unconventionally inspiring!

    Keep on rocking! ๐Ÿ˜€
    (and looking forward to more shares on our platform as well :b)

    • Hi Hwee!
      Thank you for the message! I’m happy to provide all this as a resource, as it might help others shorten their learning curve or take a leap if needed. I believe that a lot of the career advice out there is based on what society, or the government, or our parents tell us. But a lot of these people either don’t have a stake in our lives, or won’t be with us to the end of our lives. To put it bluntly, our parents will die before us, and society doesn’t truly care about our career paths.

      Therefore, we can’t let others determine our paths, and I’m trying to encourage people to forge their own career paths, and ask “why am I doing it” instead of “Should I do X or Y?”

      I’ll definitely share more as I go along! ๐Ÿ™‚

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