When I was growing up, The Sound of Music was my favourite movie. If I was going to be honest, it still is. In fact, of all the movies I’ve watched over and over again, I don’t think I’ve watched any as much as I have this movie musical.
I’m writing this post quite a few days in advance, because as you probably know by now, I’m eating sand in Egypt! But I thought I’d schedule this post so you guys still get your regular Monday videos from me to hopefully make the day easier to ease into!
Hello Habibi, or my love … Greetings from Egypt! Yup, in case you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m traveling again and this time, it’s for work following the contest winners of Nestle Drumstick’s Roadtrip to Egypt competition.
This is a short one folks because I’m rushing off to the airport to catch my flight! Episode three of the Life Online Show (#LOLshow) is up and this week, David Lian, David Wang and John Lim (oh, yeah and myself) discuss a few more topics.
I had a more serious post that I wanted to upload today in conjunction with my usual Monday video sharing but things are busy at work so that’s on hold. Then I came across this video as I was scouring the net for something, and I couldn’t resist sharing it!
Okay, confession time, Iâ€™ve never actually attended an Oktoberfest event in KL. In fact, the last Oktoberfest party I remember attending was as a student while studying in Australia. Iâ€™m not sure why Iâ€™ve not been â€“ maybe just bad timing?
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!
So, I think the #LOLshow updates will become a regular feature on here every Wednesday. I guess routine is a good thing, no? In case you don’t know, #LOLshow is the new podcast that I feature in together with David Lian, John Lim and David Wang.
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 […]
Since I usually take forever to write blog posts on my trips, I thought I’d get this over and done with. After all, it also coincides with my article in The Bangsar Boy last weekend where I talked about what I think of French people (in general).