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Nanning, Guangxi, China (Day 1)

Share some love to this ardent, photography pundit and his brilliant post idea by visiting and follow his Instagram:  key_to_kye Never have I killed so many, so many cockroaches in a day! My very first impression once I step foot... Continue Reading →

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Originals by Adam Grant (Book Review)

Talking about creativity analytically, critically and minutely, this is how Originals is born. This is not a typical fact and evidence book, like many other non-fictions out there (although I have to admit some parts are rather tedious to read).... Continue Reading →

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (Book Review)

Gravitating into the life of Paul- the author and the story of the book, I experienced how is it to be him, being in his shoes for about 200 pages and getting off after that. That experience is intriguing and... Continue Reading →

The Remains of The Day by Kazuo Ishiguro (Book Review)

After reading through this piece of story, ruminated across some nights, I only realised that the title 'The Remains of The Day' is an actual illustration of the entirety of the book. The book started off flat and ended off... Continue Reading →

Pandang Ke Timur

Dasar Pandang Ke Timur has been the main inspiration and belief heeded by our current and fourth Prime Minister- Tun Mahathir (Tun M). He loves to reference Japan as a role model to be followed and moulded into, most of... Continue Reading →

Light

Death Note. I have utterly no words to describe how good that this anime can be. 10/10 right out of the bat, everything jived in together to make one of the best anime in history, totally recommended for everyone to... Continue Reading →

人山人海 (终)

Disneyland! Before that, run. 7 a.m. sharp, warmed up, cold, run at Tcheung Kwan O (TKO). Great place to run, there was a park dedicated for runners. There was one lady singing very loudly, and many old people doing Tai... Continue Reading →

人山人海 (五)

My legs were dysfunctional at this point of time. I took a day off from the trip, and slept until mid-afternoon, and was forced to wake up to attend an important wedding (which was apparently one of the main motives... Continue Reading →

人山人海 (四)

After yesterday's rather unhappy ending to the day, I decided to run the biggest part of Hong Kong by myself in the morning. Let us run together! Dropping off from the pier, starting point of my run. First mile. Second... Continue Reading →

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