It’s Dec 1 and it’s not just the first day of the last month of the year, but it is also World AIDS Day. Before I go into my post, I’d like to appeal to you to do a couple of things today: 1) Wear a red ribbon to raise awareness about the cause, and […]
Over the past year, I haven’t been able to catch many theatre shows because my schedule has been so erratic from work, traveling and all the little things I’ve been doing. So, when Jo Kukathas performed her show 1Sex 1Money 1Scandal, I didn’t manage to catch it because … I didn’t even know it was […]
If not for State of the Arts KL, the title for this post would read: What a day! It has been quite a ride this week and it all caught up with me this afternoon (evening) when I crashed for a half and hour nap and only woke up two hours later. For those people […]
Well, sorry if I confused you with the title of this blog post. But I really didn’t want to give the impression that I was in Madrid, Spain, attending the MTV European Music Awards (MTV EMA). I was, however, in Singapore at the invitation of MTV Asia for their special screening of the (slightly) delayed […]
You read the title right! Thanks to the folks at Nuffnang, I’ve got eight pairs of passes to give away for the preview screening of The Social Network. Yes, it’s THAT Facebook movie that’s been creating so much buzz and that’s topped the box office in the US for the past two weeks!
I was really looking forward to today’s run for the Nike City Run KL (#NikeKL10) because it was the first proper Nike run in Malaysia since I’ve taken up running. If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll know that I took up running after being invited to participate in the Nike Human Race 10K in […]
Forty seven years ago, on this day, Malaysia was formed. That’s right. Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore came together to form Malaysia on Sept 16, 1963 and the rest, as we know, is history.
In conjunction with Say Sorry Day yesterday, I produced a video clip featuring a number of personalities talking about what “sorry” means to them.
I wanted to take the opportunity to wish all my fellow Malaysians here and abroad a very Happy 53rd Merdeka Day and to encourage everyone to participate in the #iheartmalaysia campaign.
On Sept 5, 2010, take the opportunity to join many others in saying sorry to anyone who you may have wronged, offended or cause hurt to. A group of Malaysian organisations (and some individuals) have come together to declare it Say Sorry Day.