So, where to go for the best nasi kandar in town you may ask. Well, I tell you, the best so far has to be the Kayu in Kota Damansara…. why? The price of their food is exorbitant but the food is delicious, nice ambience for a mamak joint, air conditioned, ample parking, there’s an elevator servicing 4 floors, service is good – food is … Continue reading Kayoo nasi kandar
Colosseum – one of the many majestic architectures in Rome. Continue reading Roma
This coming 28 March 2009 (Saturday) at 8.30pm sharp, please switch off all lightings and electrical appliances (be it on standby mode or active usage) to conserve 1 hour of energy. This is a worldwide drive initiated by WWF (not the wrestling federation, mind you). So, take the opportunity to go for a walk at the park with candles and or torch lights etc. However, … Continue reading Switch everything off during Earth Hour !!
Wow… so long since I last put up a real post. Been a bit lazy to blog but I still have plenty to blog about my recent trip to Europe. Maybe I’ll take a year to blog all of it. So.. with the recession already brewing here in Malaysia.. I think its better to get a new pastime. I’ve cut down all frivolous weekend outings, … Continue reading The office of political mahjong
Is it at all possible to have a single secular school system? One school system for all… a myth? Many believe that the Malaysian dual education system will need to be re-looked at. Some parents quietly feel that the dual school system contributes to racial polarisation as stereotyping is re-enforced when children of the same race dominate a school, especially at a young and impressionable … Continue reading One school nation