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.
My friend who is with MyTeksi often refers to me as a Uber fanboy. I love the service, yes.
Since 1997, I have marked Dec 1 – World AIDS Day – in some form or other.
If this Malay Mail article is anything to go by, it would appear that the Government is looking to turn back on the Bill of Guarantees adopted in the early days of the Multimedia Super Corridor which promises no censorship of the Internet in this country.