I have always been quite a huge fan of Sudirman. Perhaps, it comes from my mother’s love for his music. Since I was a kid, mum and dad would always talk about what an amazing talent he is – his rendition of One Thousand Million Smiles remain my favourite piece of his.
It is exactly one more week to Malaysia Day, which means that the LimaPuluhTujuh project is also in it final legs.
I have five blog posts in drafts waiting to be completed – but I woke up today feeling a little melancholy about an experience I had a couple of nights ago. Then my friend Ida posted a picture and update on Facebook about the same experience which sparked a conversation that got me thinking.
After an almost 18-hour work day yesterday (and working throughout the weekend), mostly for putting together LimaPuluhTujuh, it was a great feeling waking up to
I first came across the #IceBucketChallenge a few days ago when I saw Marina’s video about it. A few minutes of Googling later and I realised that I had somehow missed this phenomenon that had been going around for a few weeks. I had heard of ALS previously but had not looked too much into […]
Yesterday morning, I got a text message from Astro Awani’s Dzulfitri asking if I was able to head into the news agency’s studio to speak live about social media sentiments regarding the Malaysia Airlines airplane MH17 that was downed in Ukraine.
It’s been exactly a week since I landed from my one-month break, the longest I’ve ever taken.
Since the MH370 plane went missing two weeks ago, I have updated my personal Facebook profile regularly with summaries and commentaries related to the incident.
In this month’s edition of Esquire Malaysia, I share my take on the theme – Big Brother – for the magazine’s One Thousand Words About My Culture Column.
When I stayed back in London for a few months last year after my studies were completed, I told my friend Ivy that I couldn’t wait to come back home where I can actually do things that are meaningful (to me).