BE our Letter of the Month
It’s no secret that what we do, we do it all for you. We think about what might make you laugh, what might make you curious, what might make you care. And the best reward we get each month is when we receive letters from you, our readers, who in turn, make us laugh, puff up with pride, and sometimes, even—cry (though that’s a very rare occasion). So why wait? Write in now!
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I was attracted by the striking choice of colours used on the March issue’s cover, and was even more attracted that it’s “The trial and error issue”. Often in life, what’s actually not trial and error? We never really know what will be surely right or not, so every time we do something, or even when we eat, that’s trial and error—we find out what we like, we find out how we shouldn’t gulp down food.
And can I say that I’ve already cut out the page with the recipe for chocolate fondue and churros? That’s another convenience that Esquire brings: I often keep different notes for different things in my life, such as food porn, lifestyle, travel, coffee, etc. I very often feel lazy to do research online for my notes, but I always manage to get what I want, or what I find interesting, in Esquire.
One more thing: I usually spend more than a week to finish reading the magazine, but another article I found really useful in March’s issue was in the Essential of Style pages. I’d say it was a short-but-precise, enough-for-you-to-know-tostart guide!
Thanks to the team’s grade A efforts, and thanks for inspiring once again, for being the reason I come back every month. —Alexander Leow, Sentul
No worries at all: how you consume our magazine is entirely up to you, even if that means cutting it up and compiling notes for your scrapbook. In fact, we’re quite intrigued as to what your collection looks like. You might be editing a project even we would never be able to do. Actually, could we have a look at it? Thanks for your continued support, and cut away!