I will be doing a photo series of cities. It’s called Cities² because photographs capture in squares (more accurately, rectangles). So very lame, I know. I went out to the city in between two 3-hour lectures for some business and for necessity (six hours with law of trusts and land law in a day can […]Read More Cities²: Kuala Lumpur I
Hi. My name is Yi Wen. In a year, I spend 9 months in Kuala Lumpur but I am not from here. I come from a small city up north called Ipoh. Ipoh folks who stay in KL complain about KL; traffic jam, the food not as good, the food too expensive, traffic jam… KL […]Read More Tak Kenal Maka Tak Cinta
Here in Malaysia, you’d be a minority if you cared about cleanliness. Because even the city council doesn’t seem to care. Ipoh used to be the cleanest city in the country. Unfortunately, we didn’t drop just a rung below the top Kuching. Over the years, we fell down the ladder to be precise. Early this […]Read More You, Our Unelected Mayor. We, the Uncivic-conscious Citizens.
I was so physically and mentally exhausted. Somebody told me, “Rest in God”. I was contemplating joining a cell group at church. The preacher of the week said, “If you aren’t in a cell group, I encourage you to”. I am facing temptations, a problem so big it worries me. The pastor preached on “lead […]Read More Progressive Resignation?
After 3 months, the ink pens and Sharpies are out and leaving blazing trails on paper! It felt good to get the mental images out on paper. That girl is me. This is everything I feel of KL put into one drawing. I used black only and unlike my previous ink drawings, I didn’t think […]Read More 1 Pen Sketch. 15 Wrongs. 1 Prayer.