Monthly Archives: May 2015

Going to India for some excitement!

For the first time in my life, I am stress-free! And bored! So, I have decided to go on a holiday to add some interest to my life. This time, I’ll be holidaying in India. My next post, therefore, will … Continue reading

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Civil action speaks volumes

The best news I heard this week is the news that the Malaysian and Indonesian governments are going to give shelter to the about 2,000 Bangladeshi and Rohingya migrants adrift in international waters off the coast of the two nations. … Continue reading

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Are you ready to survive a disaster?

The East Coast floods last December was a national disaster that opened the eyes and minds of Malaysians that we are no longer safe from natural disasters and ill-prepared for them. It is said that an earthquake in or around … Continue reading

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PKR wins in Permatang Pauh but it still has to prove itself

Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) has won the Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat which shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone because this is an Anwar stronghold. The seat fell vacant when PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who won the seat … Continue reading

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Yet another exhibition to showcase Eric Peris’ art form

Eric Peris is one of the leading black and white photographers of the country. The photojournalist has been taking photographs and holding exhibitions for decades. At age 76, he is still taking photographs and showcasing them! His current exhibition, NAMO … Continue reading

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