I’ve been sheltered all my life. I had never wanted to try new or risky things. However, my perspectives changed during my solo trip to Amsterdam. I became adventurous – at least when it comes to food.
I talked to 5 more non-KL people to find out about their experiences after moving to KL.
I talked to 4 Malaysians working outside of the country and here’s what it’s like.The most common struggle most Malaysians face working abroad would be the language barrier.
Her touching videos and movies of our culture and country inspired many other talented local filmmakers and producers to spread their wings.
“I still don’t know how to write my Chinese name. I did try to find out how but even if I did find out, nobody can verify if it is the correct one,” said Xavier.
After all, people come and go in your life and you simply cannot force friendship. If it no longer works, perhaps the best decision is to let go.
Meeting strangers online can be dangerous. Sometimes, it takes a leap of faith.
Sparks are flying and everything goes well until the waiter shows up with the bill. Awkward silence is likely to fill the space between them until someone volunteers to foot the bill.