Disabling Disabling the Disabled

It was a long day after classes and I was waiting for the pedestrian light to turn green. A visibly-impaired woman with a white cane stood beside me. When the light turned green, she didn’t budge. So I nudged her on. As I walked behind her, this admiration for her independence came to me. Using […]

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Cars and Mental Health

To most, owning a car would be the best thing. Waiting for our Malaysian buses and relying on the KTM would be the thing of the past. You get mobility and convenience. So, the first few weeks or months of knowing how to drive and having your own car will seem like a ride over […]

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