Monthly Archives: March 2015

When I first shared my experience of being a victim of cybercrime, my blog received an incredible amount of visitors. Everyone loves to read about some drama here or there, but at the end of the day what matters is the lesson we learn from the story we’ve heard. To my surprise, once I spoke up about what I went through, many commenters started sharing with me their experiences on being […]

Diary
Five Cinspirations

Here are 5 delightful Cinspirations that added some sunlight to an otherwise blasé week. 1. This colorful cupboard candy {for cheering me up every time I open my wardrobe, especially when I spend quite an amount of time staring into it thinking what-to-wear on a daily basis} 2. This seafood paella negra from Mercat {for being the best thing I’ve tasted this week (and still lingering in my mind . . .)} […]

A delicious ice cream smiling to my face and we are looking so in love eye-to-eye. My heart is pumping with joy and excitement. I’m so gonna bite you. Gripped it with my four front teeth and took a big bite. OH MY GOD. WHY??? A sharp, excruciating sensation travels to my head. Brain freeze!  Ever experienced the same thing before? Did you know?  50% of Malaysians declared that the top triggers […]

Travel
Goya Champuru

Everyone has different priorities when traveling and one of mine, undeniably (and inevitably), is to have a great food hunt. There is so much culture and adventures in food, just like in the museums or mountains you climb. Think about it. We all eat to survive, but how food is prepared in different countries has actually been through an evolution; influenced by the country’s culture and geographical factors today. Aren’t […]

Diary
Five Cinspirations

Here are 5 priceless Cinspirations from the past amusing week that I am incredibly thankful for. 1. This unforgettable diva moment on Thriller Live World Tour’s psychedelic stage {because not only was it the best musical I’ve watched in 28 years (I’d rate it 5 stars outta 5), I was one of the lucky 50 people who met the amazing, talented crew at a backstage tour to grasp what it feels like to […]

Last Saturday, I got bitten by a dog twice at one go in a flash of light. Like magic! If my hand had a mouth it would scream as loud as the excruciating pain, while the zombified view of my thigh made me feel so dizzy I almost fainted on the spot; yet my subconscious reminded me that if I did, maybe I would be eaten so I didn’t. While the past […]

Travel
A Day in Tokyo

While there are many versions of Tokyo travel itinerary, I crafted mine to be around the highlight of shopping and unearthing the city’s pretty secrets; like discovering the oldest crepe shop in Harajuku and hunting down Hachikō, the famous dog statue at Shibuya Station that comes with SIX exits. Among it all, strolling along the beautiful tree-lined streets of Omotesandō really left me yearning for Tokyo even more than before. In this […]