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.
Pardon the intentional murder of grammar in the headline. It is for effect.
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.
This is a month and a half too late but my friend Jo, who kindly offered to take all the pictures on that day, only found the time amid her busy schedule to send me some photos from my graduation ceremony at the Barbican Centre in London which happened in January. Wow, long sentence. Anyway, […]
I wish that I grew up a year every year of my life, and I didn’t. – John Mayer I found a letter this morning as I was clearing my room, something I’ve been doing for the past three weeks since I returned to KL from London.
I don’t remember the last time I actually went a month without updating my blog but I suppose that priorities do come first. In the case of September, my priority was obviously my MA Digital Culture and Society dissertation which was due just before my birthday. Well, as the image above shows – it’s done. […]
Remember what I said about autumn? I take it back. I love the snow. Full blog post tomorrow. 1.35pm Greenwich Meridian Time
It’s been a while but I’m happy to be blogging from Kuala Lumpur again. Yes, I’m home! For those of you who have been following me on other social networks like Path, Facebook and Twitter, you might have noticed some irregularities in my timeline in that I was tweeting at the strangest hours, and not […]
I thought the picture above best represented this post because it was basically what I’ve had to eat for the past couple of weeks (lunch and dinner) asI spent an average of 12 hours a day at the university trying to complete two assignments that were due yesterday and today respectively. This would also explain […]
My mother sent me an email a couple of weeks ago. She wrote nothing in the email, but attached a link to a YouTube video titled Turning Point, a story about a lighthouse watcher who willed some of his most prized possessions to people who didn’t even know who he was. I only watched the video today […]