We grow older each day finding reasons and all the “WHYs” to whatever that we work, or are working for. At times we question ourselves, is this what my future looks like, is this what am I supposed to be, is this where I am now and the long-ass list keeps filling the A4 papers […]Read More Hey, I’m a journalist!
So here we go again, and as I promised in my previous post, this is the second part of what you can expect to do in West Sumatra to fill up your time there. If you’re a new reader and just made a landing here, please feel free to catch up the first post (click […]Read More Cherishing natural wonders and local histories part 2
They say if you need a major laid-back staycation surrounded by green leaves and refreshing air, Indonesia tops the list of choice. In fact, that’s where you can enjoy cultural histories since Dutch Colonialism up to date, don’t you think so? Having said that, I’m brave enough to tell you Indonesia deserves to be one […]Read More Cherishing natural wonders and local histories – Part 1
I was born in a big city full of people everywhere back in 1994, and frankly for over the next twenty four years, my life has been so infused with city too. Oh well, maybe I did stay for a few weeks with my grandparents in Melaka when I was 5, but that alone did […]Read More Back to nature
Oh this is true and you can always trust me, it was my first time attending a cultural event; Bon Odori which I never thought of going in the first place because my friends declined my invitation. How sad. But of course I made to the place in Shah Alam, Malaysia where the event was […]Read More My first time, and I fell in love
Honey, let’s build a house together 😉Read More A house on a bank note!
Let’s dance a traditional way, with me? 😉Read More [Photoblog] Malay traditional dances