TTDI Ramadan Bazaar

The muslim fasting month of Ramadan in Malaysia brings out an interesting activity usually called the Ramadan Bazaar in many cities in Malaysia. One of the biggest feature of this bazaar is the wide array and choice of food. In some cases, the food is rather poor but in others, the food’s rather nice. Of…

Legend International Water Homes

Just last week, we wanted to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Only caveats were that we didn’t want a long drive or bother with flights and international travel. So, on a lark, we decided to head down south. A place I’ve been before but that was ages ago. Port Dickson or more…

Malaysia Votes 2008

A strong opposition is NECESSARY to provide check and balance. This is essential in any government. \ More photos here.

Vote Nissan?!

As Election draws near, the posters go up, only to get beaten and ravaged by the forces of nature and the unstoppable might of capitalistic expansion and the almighty dollar. How relevant are today’s governments handling the crisis of nature or the economy is reflected like the posters. They are simply impotent.

Yut Kee – Some things never go out of style

You know comfort stuff — that old t-shirt you always wear or that little pillow you’ve had since you’re ten. How about the food you’ve eaten since you were young? Comfort food probably quite unhealthy if you check with today’s generation of weight-conscious fanatics. I mention fanatics cos I have had the unfortunate experience of…

Alfresco dining…

Roadside that is! Yummy cendol! And yummy rojak of course! Then of course, we had a proper sit-down dinner a short while later… Nyonya dinner!