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.
After recovering from a bout of a peculiar ailment, I did a couple of drawings which I’m not too proud of. Probably the lack of inspiration. And time. I’m planning this elaborate blue china porcelain series and soon, Nyonya series (I’m a proud Nyonya! – An inside joke. Heh.). Reverting to my usual doodles-in-class, this […]Read More Are You That Numb?!
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 […]Read More Disabling Disabling the Disabled
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 […]Read More Cars and Mental Health
Recently, I headed to KL to complete my college enrolment. I was really excited about it – furniture shopping (which didn’t materialise) and trains. But I found myself exasperated and missing Hong Kong sorely. 1. Transportation is a pain here. The rail system covers more than 100 stations and is operated mainly by RapidKL Rail, […]Read More Malaysia = First World? Get Real.