i am grateful for 2020.
thank you 2020 for all the experiences, opportunities and everything along with it.
i am grateful for 2020.
Malaysia Annual Selection of Chinese Characters is an interesting event that is hosted in Malaysia to vote one single Chinese character that can best represent the year itself. 2020 has been a very different year as compared to the rest, but this event still goes on, providing Malaysians an open platform to voice out our opinions in one word.
Go and vote now: https://hanzi.com.my/vote/
This is a post talking about the recent changes of my life. I switched courses from Pure Maths to Pure Mechanical Engineering. Although I had to waste one year doing so, but I would rather waste one year learning something new and applicable rather than four years doing outdated stuffs that would not add value to me. Realising it late is indeed painful and time-consuming but I take it as an expensive lesson that cost a year to learn how to always self-reflect from time to time with clarity.Read More
This post is more like a rant and contains a lot of negativity, if you do not want to take in or be affected by any of this, please do not read this post. I want to vent out my feelings at this place as writing do help with re-aligning myself.Read More
Since the Covid cases are spiking, here are my thoughts on Malaysia 2020.
Disclaimer: This is a post about my opinions, feelings and thoughts that are from my own perspective. It may contain biased statements, intended sarcasm, satire and borderline or over-the-line comments that may get my degree hanged. Hopefully this post is taken with a grain of salt (in a good way) and an open mind, I […]Read More
It has been a long time since I have written anything or done anything in the creative world. I found myself detached from the world during this lockdown and I was hit hard by it with virtually zero productivity and laziness. Before proceeding with the post, I would like to give a big shout-out and […]Read More
It was 3 in the morning, day 10 of MCO. The pandemic was on its rise. We woke up to prepare food for our family business of selling chicken rice at the local coffee shop. The lockdown started to hit us hard as the MCO continued. “How are we going to survive this?” I stared […]Read More
It has been more than a week (almost two weeks) since I posted anything, I simply did not have the will nor the effort to do so even the Malaysian government has imposed a Movement Control Order (MCO) from 18 March 2020 to 14 April 2020. Now, I want to share how I felt and […]Read More