This Is How I Fight My Battles

It is the same thing everyday, the same shit that I have to deal with every single day. And yet, I do not get bored of fighting it. My mind and body sparred with it for a couple of years now, but nothing was more enjoyable than this, nothing was more gratifying than having to […]

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Becoming Steve Jobs by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli (Book Review)

Looking into Steve Job’s life from a friend/journalist’s perspective, this book depicts the flaws and the genius behind one of the greatest inspirer of the modern world. The book also describes Steve’s breakthrough as a process of constant change but not an overnight success, it is more like a book dictating what not to do […]

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14-Hour Phone Detox on Valentine’s Day

Phone detox is an act of putting away my phone for a certain period of time. In conjunction of Valentine’s day, I wanted to treat myself or torture myself into not touching my phone for 14 hours straight (because today is the 14th of February). Here is the video: I handed my phone to Pa […]

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Binge Watching: An Addiction

I am addicted to watching Youtube. It has been more than 3 years since I never left the circle that Youtube created around me, I have been clocking in more than 3 hours of watch-time per day. Youtube videos are my escape points from pressure and reality itself, I never got the chance to realise […]

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Permanent Record by Edward Snowden (Book Review)

Writing this review might spell unprecedented doom to me as I am reviewing a book written by a fugitive, a ‘leaker’ and a man who values truth more than the rest of the world. At the age of 29, Edward Snowden was willing to put everything in his life to gamble in order to form […]

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Falling at The Verge of Greatness.

“Wanna join Robocon?” Lee asked me through the phone as I was attending an art memorial of my calligraphy master. I had thought about it since Robocon is one the most recognised clubs in University Technology Malaysia (UTM). A brief pause before making the decision. I reckoned that I had nothing to lose but a […]

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21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari (Book Review)

My first impression of this book is that people in this contemporary have no clue about what they are living for and what they are living in. Humans are slowly devoured by the exponential growth of biotech and infotech. When we are still struggling to get a pass in our old, archaic education system, big […]

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What I See

Located at the edge of the suburban areas of the hustle and bustle, I hopped out of the train, prepared to take on my new part-time job in the dead of the night. The stars were clouded by the smoke billowed from the heart of the city, the air was filled with the acrylic scent […]

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2.352 Seconds

Seated by the kitchen counter with a glass of red wine in my hand, dwindling it as I was waiting for my dearest husband to be back from work. Although it might not seem much or somewhat overdoing it, I would stay up whenever he had too much work on his hands. The night was […]

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