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3 Lessons from Juggling to Host A Global Youth Seminar and a Full-Time Job

30 participants, 14 nationalities, 7 projects, 12 volunteers and a global youth seminar hosted in Kuala Lumpur. Take the context out, replace the numerics, or change the location – the modus operandi is most likely similar for any training programs. From the 30th November to 3rd December 2016, I was in-charge of making sure that […]

The Contemporary Challenges of the Muslim World: An Awakening of Islam and the Middle East

*This article was written for my Jurisprudence paper in close reference to the book by Professor Tariq Ramadan entitled The Arab Awakening: Islam and the New Middle East We live in interesting times whereby for the longest period of times since the independence from Western colonisation, the Middle East is undergoing an irreversible democratisation process. Although […]

The Kam Raslan Factor: ASK YOUR QUESTIONS!

Fear of asking. Fear of getting it wrong. Fear of being labeled for making mistakes. These are unmistakably the realities of Malaysian classrooms; be it in primary, secondary or heck, even in universities and workplace. Malaysians, as they say, are courteous in nature, but that doesn’t positively entail to our lack of critical insights to […]

Experimenting the Malaysian Society: Project Loli

If there’s any that a flawed social system may give birth to, few would anticipate a fresh vigor of activism; especially among the generation affected by it. While majority of us observe by the sideline (or reading through this), don’t be surprised that people of our age are on the ground, reaching the mass with […]

Merdeka & Malaysia Day Special: Malaysia as the Stupidest Country? Who’s to say?

by: Lim Yan Yun So, this (http://kickdes.wordpress.com/2012/09/13/the-stupidest-country-on-the-planet/) has been circulating on the Internet. A piece on the state of our country and how it is “the stupidest country on the planet”. Setting aside the author’s America-centric mindset and some sweeping remarks made (i.e: “the retarded standard of Malaysian advertising, of Malaysian creativity, of Malaysian cultural reflection – everything […]

Tune in to My Episode on Hear & Now in Malaysia, BFM 89.9!

Not many would have been given this opportunity to have an episode on BFM 89.9: The Business Station. I came to Hear & Now in Malaysia as an intern, least did I expect that an idea meant for our brainstorming session ended up being tasked for myself and a friend, Lim Yan Yun, or YY […]

TEDxKL 2012 ; Worth of everybody’s time and dime

        by Juey Adlin TEDxKL. That one simple word exclaimed elatedly from a friend’s mouth, drove me to the edge of my seat. I was driven with excitement; I was, beyond words, overjoyed. When I initially found out about it, I couldn’t help but think, “How will I acquire that getaway ticket […]