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Psycho-Pass (Anime Review)

Living in a crime-free world where the only crime that you can commit is to become a 'latent criminal'- a person who has unpleasant (bad) thoughts about life, often unwilling to accept the reality around the person- when your 'Crime... Continue Reading →

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The room was dark, I still could not sleep, the night was still young. My body was wearied but my heart had a mind of its own. There was a faint light penetrating thought the luminous shoji, I was laying against an... Continue Reading →

Lost In Japan (Last Day)

Last day in Japan, this is more like a conclusion post for the whole Japan trip. I really enjoyed it, and if Malaysia is somehow decimated or disappeared one day, I will definitely move to Japan. We went to Rinku... Continue Reading →

Lost In Japan (Day 5)

Three spots. Two food places. One day. We got on a one-day-tour (with LIMON) to compensate the lack of visiting multiple attractions in Japan for the first few days. The first spot was the bamboo forest. We were led by... Continue Reading →

Lost In Japan (Day 4)

Morning. Run. It was approximately 6 in the morning, the weather was optimal for running, but the same situation arose- no one was running. Nonetheless, let me bring you through my run with several pictures. I only had an hour.... Continue Reading →

Lost In Japan (Day 3)

The air of Japan was rather busy although it was after an earthquake near that area. We got out and went for a crabby meal. (Not a big fan of crabs... So, a little biased food review coming up!) Time... Continue Reading →

Lost In Japan (Day 2)

Ohaiyo! Good morning! Had McDs for breakfast and headed directly into Universal Studios Japan (USJ). The breakfast was nothing out of the ordinary, it was just McDs, what could possibly go wrong? The weather. The skies started to become gloomy, drizzling... Continue Reading →

Lost In Japan (Day 1)

4 a.m. Woke up. Washed up. Packed. The usual before heading for a trip. This time I scheduled my blog posts properly, did what I was supposed to do, and departed with a halcyon heart. I was not particularly keen... Continue Reading →

Underground by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)

The sarin attack in Tokyo on 20 March 1995 expressed in the eyes of the victims, not of the media. Haruki depicted how one-sided the media can be. In this book, he aimed to give the readers a taste of... Continue Reading →

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