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
Last Friday was the allocated day for my Project Alpha shoot. It was originally planned to be a full day shoot – first at my home, then at the office and to another location to meet my special guest.
Some of you might not have heard, but I will be one of the bloggers featured in season 2 of Project Alpha, a collaborative project between Nuffnang and Kyanite TV.
Anyone who knows me well (or semi-well) will know that I often talk about my credit card debt. It’s not that I’m boasting about my credit limit (it’s close to about RM100k I think), but it goes to show how much of a burden I’ve been carrying.
I meant to include all 12 months in one post, but if you had seen Part 1 of My 2009 – The Year That Was, you’d have noticed that it was imposible. Well, not impossible per se but it took a lot of time and well, it’s also a lot for you to read.
I am known for my punctuality *cough* This would explain why I am only posting this list up today, on Jan 3. But I guess it’s still new year-ish, and therefore still appropriate for me to reflect back on 2009.
Yesterday, I spent new year’s day in Malacca for a family function. My granduncle – the younger brother of my paternal grandfather – was celebrating his 60th wedding anniversary to my grandaunt. Their children Stanley, Margie and Lively Larry had put together a party to celebrate the occasion.
If you guys know me well, and some of you do (hi mum, hi dad!), you know that I am often not so kind to the authorities. It’s not that I purposely find trouble, I guess I just speak my mind at times when I get frustrated and upset over some incidences or events. So […]
So last night, after the cast part for The Swimming Instructor, Davina and I rushed over to JW Mariott in Bukit Bintang for Azmir Abdullah and Nurul Jannah’s wedding reception. I thought it was quite spectacular, the decoration was beautiful and the bride and groom were both radiant. It was a great chance to meet […]
Recognise any of the faces above? I’m sure you do. Hello? Henry Golding, Hans Isaac, Casmad Sanuri, Afdlin Shauki, Joe Flizzow, Ragunath Kesavan, Sazali Samad, Bob Chua, Niki Cheong, Ivan Lam … Waitaminute? Niki Cheong? Yup! Well folks, I am indeed very honoured, and privileged to share the cover of the brilliant mag August Man […]