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The Penknife Story

Dad told mom I was crying like a baby when it happened. He was right, I was bawling like the biggest 23-year-old baby in the world. 

A Curious Side Of Klang Town That You Never Knew

“Did you have to show them your passport before they let you past the Klang toll?”

The Beach Is Not For Everyone

I was immersing into my own world, floating in the cold South China Sea water when two boys in their early 20s approached me.

I Met A Real Pirate On Perhentian Island

I am Captain Sharkie! I am from Germany. I’m a German pirate. You see my boat? It is very big. You know mast? You know what is a sail? My boat has 100 sails and 100 masts!

How the Unforgiving Sea Decided My Grandfather’s Fate

“You were born in China, right?” “No. My passport says China, but I was born in Panipahan, Indonesia,” Chu replied nonchalantly. The revelation was dumbfounding.

The Haze And The Homeless

“You’re going to buy N95 facemasks at RM7.50 per piece for the homeless? Aiyerr, homeless people give the cheap, normal facemasks enough already la.”

I was rudely taken aback by my friend’s remark when I sincerely told her of my intention to help the homeless people of Klang and Port Klang have a better night’s sleep as the hazardous haze started to choke us.

A Quick Review Of Cherating Point & MataHari Guesthouse

Cherating Point, supported by surf brand Volcom Malaysia, is one of the more established surf school in Cherating, Kuantan. During the surf season, Cherating Point is in full swing with surf lessons and board rentals. Cherating Point operates from MataHari Chalets, a little guesthouse that is quiet, local, simple and green enough for those who enjoys fuss-free travelling.

My Surf-ginity, Washed Away By The Waves In Cherating

It’s not the nicest of beaches, but Cherating left a mark on me.
And I’m not just talking about the scar on my knee.