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.
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).
When I first saw this tweet from the United States Ambassador to Malaysia Paul Jones, I couldn’t resist a reply. Here’s Secretary Clinton’s statement to the people of Malaysia on the country’s 55th Hari Kemerdekaan. go.usa.gov/rQ3J — Paul W. Jones (@AmbassadorJones) August 31, 2012 So I said this: No text from Hillary? MT @ambassadorjones: Secretary […]
When I had applied for the British Chevening Scholarship early last year, I didn’t really occur to me what an amazing year it would be like to live in the UK. This despite the fact that my sister and I had already made plans to ballot for Olympic Games tickets and fly over if we […]
It’s been a while since I’ve done a proper run so I was really excited for the British 10k run (powered by Nike) which took place on Sunday. Two years ago, I had signed up for the run but it was a couple of days after I had arrived in London for a holiday and […]
I don’t mean to sound morbid but I have often said that once I get to attend all four tennis Grand Slam tournaments, I can die happy. Well, I don’t think I’m ready yet to embrace death but on Saturday, Day 6 of this year’s Wimbledon tournament, I moved on step closer to making that […]
I’ve meant for this to be a much longer blog post but the events of the past week (read this for details) has kept me rather busy. It’s almost 2am here so I’m about to crash and needing to wake up early tomorrow for a trip, there’s no way I can get this post out […]
It’s the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations this weekend and that’s really all that’s gotten London buzzing all week. Over the past few days, you could see many different buildings around the city flying the Union Jack, and there is even a gigantic poster of the royal family at the Queen’s silver jubilee celebrations along the […]
So, last night, I finally got to watch Kylie Minogue live in concert, thanks to the generosity of my friend Leigh. Picture by Adrian/Acediscovery from Flickr under Creative Common License. If I was going to be completely honest, just a week ago, I didn’t even know she’s performing in London. I’ve heard of her Anti Tour, […]