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The Chronicler

The Chronicler

“The unexamined life is not worth living,” declared Socrates. In this collective journal The Chronicler, author Koh Chye Hock opens the window of his mind as he distills for readers what he believes constitutes a purposeful, meaningful life, based on his 35 years of observing his own life, and others’. Succinct, perspicuous and provocative, the rich array of 225 aphorisms – on life valleys, plains and highlands – will set you thinking, contemplating and envisioning about your own life, and what it could potentially be. Readers will also be captivated by the life of Chye, who grew up as an orphan in the quiet town of Ipoh, Malaysia, to become a successful corporate lawyer in a multinational firm. Live an examined life. The Chronicler will unquestionably evoke your innermost voice, yearning for the profoundest human essence.


Print publisher: Write Editions

Author: Koh Chye Hock

Koh Chye Hock specialises in oil and gas law and works for an American multinational oil company. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Philosophy, from the University of Utah, USA, and an LL.B (Hons) and LL. M, respectively from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK, and Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C.. He was an O.C. Tanner Fellow and a Chevening Scholar. He is admitted to the Supreme Court of Virginia, USA. Hailing from Ipoh, Malaysia, Chye is married to Filona and with their son, Corey, live in Singapore. He continues to keep a journal.


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