I remember when I first came to Kuching. I thought I knew what I was getting into. But little did I know there was more to Kuching than the reservoir of information I had collected about its political, economical and... more »
IF there is anything the students from Makassar, South Sulawesi are famous for, it is their prowess to demonstrate.
INDONESIA is a country famed for its many islands, beaches and rich cultural heritage. After my graduation, I travelled to Indonesia through West Kalimantan, a journey filled with intriguing experiences and fatigue.
There I was sitting in my regalia, half lost in a world of my own in the midst of a commencement speech that I won’t comment on. For the first time, my mind wandered to something I have always regarded... more »
It started just like any other ordinary day. Waking up late, lazing around, and taking a trip down the flight of stairs to locate a food court that I usually patronise during days like this.
MY time in Kuching has presented me with different experiences of culture shock that have always been interesting to talk about.
I HAD my first experience of Chinese cuisine when I was 15 years old. It was on my birthday and my mother decided to take us to a Chinese restaurant in Tanzania. She happened to be friends with the Chinese... more »
IT was one bright quotidian afternoon. I was at the heart of the town with five friends, rounding up a few errands. When our bellies wanted to refuel, we hopped into a nearby restaurant.