Fearless Love or Blind Love

On Wednesday, 18th September 2013 I posted the above picture in my FB Fan Page with this caption - "This is what a guy in China did for his GF. How do you feel about it?" Needless to say, it generated a lot of comments and discussions. Not to mention, some strong emotions from both sides ...

Malaysia 50 at The B-Side

My first article for the interactive tablet Malaysian magazine, The B-Side, is now live! The B-Side is an interactive tablet magazine on culture, lifestyle, politics available for free on iPad and Android tablets. It features videos, music, soundbites, graphics and photography that work in concert with the power of the written word. The B-Side attempts to capture ...

Are WE becoming Overtly Sensitive?

Actually, in Malaysia, we would say - WHY SO SENSITIVE LAH? Yes, we Malaysians, tend to add the word: "LAH" at the end of our sentences. It's how we roll. So, what is this overtly sensitive thing that we run the risk of becoming?  There have been a few high-profile controversies in Malaysia - one in particular involved a ...

Life is a Journey

Ralph Waldo Emerson famously said, "Life is a journey, and not a destination."  As I do agree with him, I see us all as fellow travelers. However, we each hold our own unique map in this remarkable journey of life. Sometimes, our paths will cross and we will meet certain travelers who will become an important part of our journey. Other ...

The Age of Public Shaming Has Arrived

I guess, Public Shaming is inevitable. With technology comes great accessibility. And it seems that with great accessibility comes zero accountability. I say this because the facts supporting public shaming are evident in every corner of the globe - be it a horrible first date, an overweight person, a cheating spouse, a fashionista's off day or a disgruntled ...

My City: Kuala Lumpur, My Country: Malaysia

Ever since I started blogging, I have been getting my small share of fan-mail. Some people mistook me for an Indonesian or Filipina. I am flattered :) However, just to set the record straight - I am Malaysian Chinese. And no, I am not Muslim. Yes, Malaysia is essentially a Muslim nation because the majority of the ...

Interview: Getting Healthy with Wong Yu Jin, Malaysia’s Top Wellness Coach

As many of you know, this year I have decided to get healthy. It is part of my "Self-Investment Program 2013" - get better, stronger and healthier inside out. So, one of the  ways to begin is with our health. After all, they did say that healthy bodies and minds go hand in hand. Hence, ...

The New Look of the Blog

Hello everyone, Hope this post finds everyone well. I know there has been a lull for about a week or so. The blog was being upgraded. It has now been migrated to a self hosting server. Hence, there was a lot of work being done at the "back end". I sincerely thank everyone for their kind patience and understanding. I am eager ...

In Aid of Children

There are many funds and Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) in aid of children issues or causes around in Asia, even in Kuala Lumpur. However, not many are targeted towards providing funding or support for poorer children to learn the various art forms - be it acting, singing, painting and etc. Personally, I hold all art forms ...

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