This entry would be simple. I just wanted to share with you about my dilemma. I have a tremendous love in what I am doing as a hobby, which is writing. But, I also have great fear if I might hurt anybody in the process – or create any unnecessary relationship issues with my friends and acquaintances.
Glasgow, 10th June 2017 | 15th Ramadhan 1438H – While most football fans were watching the match between Scotland and England, Malaysian Muslims community here organized an iftar program with the spirit of togetherness. The spirit was high ahead of Eid holiday in two weeks time despite the dwindling numbers of Malaysian living here in Glasgow.
Chapter 5: It was already evening and we needed to sleep. We ate our delicious dinner, brushed our […]
It is estimated that no less than 10k Malaysians will be celebrating this year’s Hari Raya Aidilfitri in the foreign lands.
I still remember my first Raya abroad in 1997 when I had to celebrate the first day of Aidilfitri in my classroom, wearing a Baju Melayu and Songkok. There were no rendang, ketupat and dodol. What more duit raya or firecrackers!
But being Malaysian, we are quite good at entertaining ourselves during this “sentimental period”. Here are the top 10 most popular activities which Malaysian would definitely not want to miss during their Hari Raya celebration abroad.
Chapter 1: Once Upon A Time. Once upon a time, there was a guy called Steve. Steve’s shirt […]
As of 3:30 am London time today, Labour Party is leading the exit polls results by 101 early seats, leaving Conservative Party behind with 71. Analysts are predicting that Conservatives may have to “kiss goodbye” their hope for having a comfortable majority. Mrs. May needs to start worrying about how she can form a stable government should there become a hung parliament.
Chapter 1: The Alien Queen’s Escape The Predators followed the Marines back to the Marines base. “So where […]