What a year 2018 has been! If there’s one word that I can use to describe how it has been for me it is CHANGE.Read More
On Dec 26, 2004, 250,000 people in 14 countries died. The Asian Tsunami, as it was called, hit countries such as Indonesia, Thailand and even my country -- Malaysia.
To remember this tragic day, I dig up a blog post I published a day after one of the world's worst disasters.Read More
I am one of those annoying creatures that bounce out of bed in the morning with a smile on my face. But I’ve not always been this way.Read More
My post, Malaysians, No Need To Migrate! Malaysians Abroad, It's Time To Come Home! struck a chord. Many Malaysians now feel euphoric after the historic GE14 election; many Malaysians abroad are now thinking about coming home.
If you are one of these overseas Malaysians, should you make the trek home?Read More
On March 9, 2018, the seemingly impossible happened: Malaysians overthrew a government that had been in power for 61 years. They also elected a 92-year-old prime minister, Dr Mahathir Mohd. It would be his second time as Malaysia's PM.
This result had seemed impossible because there were powerful measures made by Barisan Nasional to ensure they would win: From vicious smear campaigns and constant threats in the media, delineation, disqualifying candidates for flimsy reasons and goodies upon monetary goodies heaped on a rakyat struggling with rising costs of living, many thought it was a sure-win for BN.
They were wrong.
I was wrong.Read More