I have five blog posts in drafts waiting to be completed – but I woke up today feeling a little melancholy about an experience I had a couple of nights ago. Then my friend Ida posted a picture and update on Facebook about the same experience which sparked a conversation that got me thinking.
Yesterday morning, I got a text message from Astro Awani’s Dzulfitri asking if I was able to head into the news agency’s studio to speak live about social media sentiments regarding the Malaysia Airlines airplane MH17 that was downed in Ukraine.
Since the MH370 plane went missing two weeks ago, I have updated my personal Facebook profile regularly with summaries and commentaries related to the incident.
When I stayed back in London for a few months last year after my studies were completed, I told my friend Ivy that I couldn’t wait to come back home where I can actually do things that are meaningful (to me).
I had originally planned for this post to go up this morning but I was a bit apprehensive. What if, I thought, I spoke too soon?
We the undersigned are concerned Malaysians from various communities that have always respected one another since well before independence.
The photobombing uncle behind me aside, I have finally cast my vote for the 13th Malaysian General Election.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here about my articles in the paper. For one, I haven’t been writing that much since being in London, and secondly, if you’ve noticed, I’ve not updated this blog frequently enough as well. I hope to change that but we’ll see how it goes. I appreciate those […]
When I first saw this tweet from the United States Ambassador to Malaysia Paul Jones, I couldn’t resist a reply. Here’s Secretary Clinton’s statement to the people of Malaysia on the country’s 55th Hari Kemerdekaan. go.usa.gov/rQ3J — Paul W. Jones (@AmbassadorJones) August 31, 2012 So I said this: No text from Hillary? MT @ambassadorjones: Secretary […]