Well, well…look at that… finally this humble sambal called Sambal Hitam is now the official sambal of Pahang, as declared by the HM Tengku Puan Pahang, Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah. The black sambal is due to the use of belimbing buluh/Averrhoa bilimbi. This fruit is essential to the making of this spicy sambal. There … Continue reading Sambal Hitam, The Official Sambal Of Pahang
I don’t claim to be an expert in this but I feel compelled enough to write a simple guide for all the Malay Sisters out there who happen to be “sangkut hati” (attracted) to a foreigner. To be specific here: an expatriate – aka a White Guy. George and I have been married for the … Continue reading So, Sister, You Want To Marry A Foreigner? A Guide To Making That Right Decision.
Finally, my Malay bridal site is up. I am yet happy with the overall layout and the contents but it is a good start. Busana Bridal is a work-in-progress. Continue reading It’s Live
I have been thinking lately of putting up another blog on Malay bridal and all the various ceremonies that go into the whole entire wedding process. In my mind, the Malay bridal attire is so unique and beautiful. Each attire and each piece of cloth worn reflects the deep tradition that the Malays have. I … Continue reading Busana Bridal
I dont usually advertise places, services or company names unless its really worth mentioning. On this rare occassions, I am going to write a little bit of this place called Amanrimba (literally translated to peaceful forest) where I had the chance of being hosted by the wonderful caretaker, Intan. I was with the HR Director … Continue reading A Place To Unwind
I chose “what”. Not quite sure about the Malay mentality though. I am talking about all the dimwitted advisors that seems to surround you when you and your ex are trying to make some coherent, sane, balanced, informed and mutual decisions in a divorce. Either way, most of them seems to be some stupid stuff: most likely to come from … Continue reading Malay Mentality, Or What?