• What is happening to the forests in Kelantan?

    July 8, 2020 by

    Every year Malaysia faces the haze problem due to forests fires in Indonesia. Well Kelantan itself, goes through the same problem every mid-year but due to local forests fires. So much of the forest lands have been cut down or burned in order to plant palm trees for palm oil (kelapa sawit). In this post… Read more

  • Unclear Syariah laws in Malaysia

    June 23, 2020 by

    In this post i would like to talk on particularly the Kelantan’s Section 5 of Enactment No. 2 of 1985 Syariah Criminal Code 1985. This law basically states that a muslim, which means a Malay (always the case) in Kelantan’s jurisdiction, shall be prosecuted if he or she is caught doing indecent acts (perbuatan tidak… Read more

  • A letter to my younger self

    May 16, 2020 by

    Dear younger Sarah, Nothing in life is permanent so remember that when you feel things aren’t gonna change, they sure will, in time. Learn to master the art of patience. This also applies to happy moments so make sure to really treasure them as they too won’t last forever. Remember to always connect with those… Read more

  • An open letter to those who are anti-LGBT

    April 27, 2020 by

    When you find happiness and love,I am happy for youWhen you find someone to spend the rest of your life with,I congratulate you When you do a big wedding for your marriage,I attend and celebrate with you, your unionI would never want you to be unhappyI would never judge you for your own choicesI would… Read more

  • A childhood friend that abandoned me

    April 25, 2020 by

    Since I moved to Country Heights when I was 5, I attended the Country Heights kindergarten. There, I met a number of people that I still keep in touch with until today. Although, it has always been the trio group of J, D, and myself. We were close since kindergarten and it was an on… Read more

  • Lockdown life

    April 21, 2020 by

    Ever since the COVID-19 outbreak, many countries have decided to restrict any movement whatsoever and making sure that everyone stays at home. As for France, it’s one of the first countries to initiate the lockdown order after China and Italy. Personally, I agree with the lockdown. I have nothing against it. I mean, humans are… Read more

  • Top 5 animated sitcoms to watch on Netflix

    April 19, 2020 by

    I truly enjoy watching animated sitcoms or cartoon series that are generally made for mature audiences. So much work has been put into creating these shows just to entertain you. So let’s just start. 1. Family Guy Family guy is truly my all time favorite. It’s super funny and I know that there are just… Read more

  • What it’s like to lose a mother to ALS

    December 19, 2019 by

    My mom has always been a very strong character. She’s pretty much extreme in everything she does. She worked so hard and against all odds, she went from a financially poor background to making a mark in the corporate world alongside powerful people who are mostly men. She’s definitely one of a kind. She loved… Read more

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