I’m not, for the most part, a fitness freak. I understand the value of exercising, but for the life of me, am too lazy most of the time! That said, I have had a membership to a fitness centre for the past four to five years (although most of the time, I show up for […]
I don’t celebrate Easter but I know all about the Easter Bunny. Well, at least I’ve heard of it. I’m not sure what the significance is but when I was studying in Australia and Easter was a big thing (supermarkets were selling Easter eggs and bunny chocolates like there was no tomorrow), I bought many […]
I thought I’d start with the picture above (taken by The Star photographer Glenn Guan) just in case any of you think I’m pulling your leg. But yes, yours truly won a car last night in the Blog For FT competition organised by the Ministry of Federal Territories and Urban Well-being.
A couple of weeks ago, at the February edition of Social Media Club Kuala Lumpur (SMCKL), I was invited to speak alongside (pic below from left to right excluding myself) Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir,Â Hakim Albasrawy, in a discussion moderation by my good friend David Lian on “Social Media for Social Good”.
In 2004, something really embarassing happened to me. While on an almost-2 week trip to New Zealand with Adam (where the above picture was taken), my credit card got rejected … twice.
Things were going great all Chinese New Year. My family was in Malacca and as always, we have dinner with my father’s maternal extended family on the first and second night of CNY.
Greetings from Malacca! It’s the second day of Chinese New Year, and like we have been doing over the past few years, my family is in Malacca to visit the old folks.
Happy February all. Just a quick one before I rush off for an appointment. Also been totally distracted by the Grammy Awards this morning.
Excuse the dramatics in the post headline. It’s just that when I first heard about this new movie project called Your Grandfather’s Road, that was the first thing that came to my mind.
In November last year, I got a random email asking me if I’d like to be interviewed to comment on Malaysian politicians embracing social media. The subject of the email read: BBC intv request