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.
I first discovered the gamelan instruments at KLpac when I used to head in frequently for rehearsals (back when I was still doing theatre).
Happy Quarter Century, Instant Cafe Theatre Company! I can’t believe it’s been that long, and that you welcomed me into your family about 16 years ago!
Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve completed two 10k runs. I really wasn’t expecting to do so much running. While I’ve loved the exercise and used to do it quite regularly, the truth is that since I returned from London, I’ve not been very active.
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: […]
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 […]