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Wesak Day is observed on 19th May (Sunday) this year. This holy day of devotion is also known as “Lord Buddha’s birthday” although it is a day to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and passing of Lord Guatama Buddha. Widely celebrated in Malaysia by Buddhists, temples and wats are open early for devotees to offer their ... continue reading »

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2019!

Dec 25, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: General

As with tradition, this blog takes a break from regular programming on Christmas Day, sometimes Christmas Eve. Here's wishing all of us a very Merry Christmas and the greatest of blessings in the coming year! Note: View larger image by clicking on it once this page has completely loaded.

I told me my friend that I would be at Resorts World Genting during the weekend and he asked me, "Why?" I shot back, "Why not?" When I say that exciting things are happening up on the mountains, you better take it as the truth because it is! Yesterday saw the opening of the world's first ... continue reading »

My Lock of Hope

Dec 4, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: General, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150

People who know me in real life are aware that I keep long hair down to my butt. I get enquired a lot why I don't get a haircut, or how do I manage such long hair in our unrelenting tropical heat. When I tell them that I just can't find the time to slot ... continue reading »

Happy Chinese New Year 2016!

Feb 8, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: General
Happy Chinese New Year

It's the time to usher in the Lunar New Year, finally. I'm sure you already know that 2016 is the Year of the Fire Monkey. What does this mean? If you are Chinese, and maybe even if you are not, I bet that you have been busy reading up on what the year will bring you ... continue reading »

book review

This 5th book by Dr. Ho Tak Ming, a family physician practising in Ipoh, Malaysia, is a compilation of inspirational true stories about a dozen women who came from China to Malaya to seek a better life. Starting off the book is a story of Kwok Soo Kha, Dr. Ho's very own paternal great-grandmother, who took ... continue reading »

Cabanas Reflexology Massage Centre Ipoh

Although I like body massages, I have never tried Chinese-style before, until my session at Healing Arts Massage & Reflexology Spa at the Ipoh City & Country Club (ICCC). After trying it, I have to say that my personal preference is still Bali-style, but won't turn down a session to pamper myself. Any style would ... continue reading »

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