Happy Chinese New Year – 年年有餘 (nián nián yǒu yú) On the 12th of February 2021, less than a month from the time of writing, Chinese around the world celebrate Lunar New Year or the Spring festival. A big part of the celebration is the night before the actual day, affectionately known as the Reunion […]
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This article was written with inspiration provided by Penang’s famous comedian, Garu Rumon. Char Koay Teow is one of the most famous foods found in Penang. There are many versions of it, mainly the halal Malay version and the Chinese version with pork sausage and lard. A round trip along the coastline of Penang takes […]
COVID-19 has been tough on the economy, and for the jobless situation that I am in. Thankfully, my dad came to my rescue (financially) and great friends pulled me through these difficult times. I guess a lot of Malaysians felt and undergone the same dilemma in 2020 where we are stretched financially and drained emotionally. […]
Don’t peak too early. Pushing your kids too young too early will cause burnout (what happened to Philip Khor?) so let them be. Give them space and learn at their own pace. Pick private schools that have this ideology and vision and forward-thinking mindset where each individual peaks differently and at a different pace.