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This Traveller’s Painting Of Her First Thaipusam Exper...

By , March 23, 2016

Snapshots: “It looked scary to me but at the same time, I saw that it’s a representation of the person’s devotion to his faith.”

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Single In The City: The Problem With Women Dining Alone In D...

This happened not so long ago: After rushing to the airport, being invariab...

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Malaysia’s Eid Celebrations: Like Nowhere Else

While in other countries, Eid is a more toned-down affair, in Malaysia it w...

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Ramadan In Malaysia: What You Need To Know

For first-time visitors to Malaysia, Ramadan is a good time to witness the ...

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5 Innocent Hand Gestures You Should Never Use Abroad

The use of hand gestures differ from one culture to another; something inno...

5 Innocent Hand Gestures You Should Never Use Abroad

By , December 23, 2014

The use of hand gestures differ from one culture to another; something innocent in one country could...

What You Should Really Know About Kuala Lumpur

By , November 19, 2014

Depending on where you’re coming from, Kuala Lumpur (always called KL by the locals) is either ord...

My City, My Home: Brickfields Is More Than ‘Little Ind...

By , November 14, 2014

Please don't refer to Brickfields as “Little India” as we who were born and raised in Brickfield...

My City, My Home: Of Buses, Trains & Roads Taken In Kua...

By , November 6, 2014

Having grown up as a Penang-lang, I have always thought of Kuala Lumpur, or more affectionately know...

My City, My Home: Watching Bangsar Grow

By , October 29, 2014

I came to live in Bangsar by chance. While looking for a house to buy, and doggedly insisting on oth...