To be honest, no matter how good or visionary one idea is, when it comes to practicality in Malaysia, I will always have my doubts and reservation. For example, the … Continue readingWhy Malaysia is Not Ready to Go (fully) Cashless (yet)?
Straight to the point, I am all for cashless society. There are logistics reasons impeding Malaysia progress in doing away with the physical currency, but I am not going to … Continue readingWhy You Should Go Cashless?
MUDA Selangor terlibat dalam satu usaha penyelamatan dan sumbangan barangan bantuan kepada mangsa banjir negeri Johor pada awal bulan Mac 2023. Ini merupakan misi bantuan banjir yang ketiga bagi saya. … Continue readingTiga Isu dalam Penyelamatan Mangsa Banjir
Thanks to the ignorant minds and fragile hearts of some Malaysians, a Malaysian brewed whiskey brand Timah has gained significant publicity and brand awareness, despite alcohol drink is not supposedly … Continue readingFunny Alcohol Brands that might Break Malaysian Hearts
Background Above is the third time. Since 2020, Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (MUDA) led by Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has been working hard to form a new political party … Continue readingWhy Malaysia Needs More Young Leaders?
On 20th March 2021, Malaysia extradited North Korean businessman Mun Chol Myong to USA, to face charges in money laundering and supplying prohibited luxury goods to North Korea. For your … Continue readingWhy Not Zakir Naik?
Two weeks ago, I was shocked by a trending music video Empat Dara (the four virgins) that is so bad in editing and so revolting for its lyrics. In the … Continue readingThis Music Video is So Bad that It is Good – Empat Dara 2020.
Me as a Pharmacist The first thing that I did (even before we are married) was, reminding my Lady of my calling in the frontline, and isolate myself from the … Continue readingOf COVID-19 and I
This piece is written in the middle of rage and fury, in the afternoon of 31st August 2019. I am in rage not only by my life events but also … Continue readingI Want My Malaysia Nice and Clean
I left high school at 17 years old. Once I finished the final exam and walk on the streets, I realised that I know virtually nothing – how to negotiate … Continue reading10 Lessons I Never Learned in School