The recent attack in Bangladesh was unforgivable. There are young, innocent lives taken away just like that. Religious extremism has no place in this modern world. Our deepest condolence to the grieving families. Read on the victims here. Advertisements Continue reading Remembering The Victims
I am truly lost for words on how to say farewell to this friend. A humble man who had dedicated his life to rescuing, saving and helping stray cats, Pak Ngah Ben was a well known man among the circle of rescuers. He had rescued so many strays, cared and nursed them back to health … Continue reading Farewell To A Friend (Tribute To Pak Ngah Ben)
Dennis was the most recent furbaby that died due to the stray dogs. I couldn’t find him the day before that fateful day. Looked for him the entire evening. Called his name but he didn’t come back. The next day, the neighbour came by and told me that she saw him deep down in the … Continue reading Dennis
It cuts both ways Our love is like knife That cuts both ways Its driven deep into my heart each time That I realize How it cuts both ways Cant be together Cannot live apart We’re heading straight into a broken heart But I cant stop Cause I feel too much to let you go … Continue reading Cuts Both Ways
Time: one week to count down, 2006. All the flights back to KK were full, even one week before the departure date. This is afterall, time for almost everyone to fly home and you are so adamant to go back. Your friends needed you, you said. They have been texting you endlessly, asking, begging for … Continue reading The Last New Year That Wasnt With You
26 December 2004. 3 years ago, a massive earthquake scalling at 9.0 magnitude with an epicentre off the the West Coast of Sumatera, Indonesia was described as one of the worst disasters in the history of humankind. Escaped from severe damages and high number of deaths unlike its neighbouring country Thailand, Malaysia still bore the wrath … Continue reading Remembering Tsunami
So, she wants to fly back to KK and visit her daddy because she misses him. “Oh? Really?” I asked her. I could see her twitching and fiddling with her hair, not looking at me and her lips slightly upturned, a surefire way of knowing that she was thinking of other things. The plan is that … Continue reading Can Curiousity Really Kills The Cat?