Dear friends, Over 10 years ago, I was given a unique platform in form of The Bangsar Boy column, to share stories from the lens of a young, progressive urban Malaysian. This year, I mark a major milestone in my career and personal life with the launch of Growing Up In KL: 10 years of […]
If you’re on Facebook, chances are you might have seen the beautiful image of a set of staircase leading straight into the sky just as an aeroplane flies by (the picture above taken from the Nikon Facebook page by user @yuuuuuuwei).
This post was written after I read Modern Grief by Nancy Westaway in The Walrus, following the death of her husband. Dad was not my husband, but I am an adult son. I am also the most tech-savvy of my family members so I have taken the most interest (or remembered best) in dad’s digital […]
This afternoon, for a while, my Twitter timeline was filled with hearts.
I woke up this morning to reports on a tweet sent by US Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in response to last night’s Republican Debate.
Many people don’t know but for many years growing up, I identified as half-Singaporean (I know, I know …). These days, I say it in jest.
My timeline is filled with rainbow flags. The Supreme Court of the United States has just legalised equal marriage (or gay marriage – to some of you) across the country and many people are obviously in a celebratory mood.
I don’t think I’ve ever felt so strongly that EVERYONE has to watch a film. Every man and woman. Every son and daughter.
When the terrible floods – dubbed the worst Malaysia had seen in decades! – occurred, I wasn’t in the country.
In the morning of Dec 28, 2014, an AirAsia flight QZ8501 from Surabaya, Indonesia, heading to Singapore was reported missing.