Be bold in pushing for change

TWO weeks ago, I was invited as one of the speakers for a forum organised by the Asean University Network – Disability and Public Policy Network (AUN-DPPnet). It was held at the Institute of Leadership and Development in Negeri Sembilan.... more »

Respect the queue

THE lift was packed full. I was in the front with my wife. Behind me was a man with a kid in a pram. He had pressed to go off one floor before us. It was a rather small lift.... more »

Bad news and good news

THIS has been a year of high drama for me. From being invited to speak at a prestigious international conference, to getting stranded inside an aircraft for one hour and being engaged by the airline to provide training on proper... more »

Kindness from strangers

I STARTED taking the KLIA Transit to work this week. This is the train service that runs from KL Sentral in Kuala Lumpur to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, where I conduct training four days a week. The 35-minute journey... more »

A day in my life

WHEN I started blogging many years ago, a reader asked me to write a story of one day in my life as a disabled person. She was interested to know what my routines were like. Back then, it was mostly,... more »

Stop mocking disabled people

PENANG suffered the worst floods as far as anyone living in the state can remember earlier this month. Personally, I have gone through two major floods when I was living there but both instances were far less severe than this.... more »
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