Month: July 2018

Bro, Jangan Lari!

Parliament affairs have never been this interesting like what we are seeing on TV this week. From the troll people made out of Khairy Jamaludin’s photos when the rest of the opposition team (who was the government all these years) walkout to the synical “sila duduk dan jangan lari,” instruction from the King. Everything makes politics interesting again. If you would like to see what I reacted on KJ, feel free to check it out on my Twitter & Instagram accounts (now why do I sound like Syed Saddiq?) It is beautiful to see the multiracial government we have today, the tolerance we put into accepting many differences and ideas, the variety of age group found in it as well as…

Allez Le Bleus, France! 4 Lessons Learned from The World Cup

First of all, I’d like to congratulate France for winning the World Cup 2018 last night. It was indeed, a sweet victory especially for someone whose second home is Paris, like me. The well-played game left me with a few lessons to ponder upon. SPORTS UNITE US ALL I remember in 1998 when we hosted the Commonwealth Games, my class was assigned with a scrap book project and I worked hard on Commonwealth Games as my topic. Some materials were collected from my cereal box. One of the times, I remembered reading the reason why Commonwealth Games was initiated was to unite the Commonwealth countries. Although it was unclear to comprehend at my young age, however, having to see the…

July is here & all you care about is your sleeping hours!

I am literally away from home this entire July in a place with no Internet connection. Even when it is available, I only have to get to use it for a short while and those times were kept for only urgent matters. How do I feel? Much relaxed but I hate the fact that I become more handphone-dependent for that matter. Guess I need the Internet more than I need the handphone. So what have I been up to the last 11 days of July? First of all, it’s summer break and I literally went off for summer. Well, not really. I was just spending my time under the blue sky nearby the beach (so me, right?!), I am reading…

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