I first heard of Sheena Baharudin during Art for Grabs at Urbanscapes last year. I had a booth opposite the stage and while it turned out to be a very quiet market sales-wise, my perfectly[…]
I always feel I’m a little hard on local writers. I want to like them, but. So far I haven’t really found anyone who writes the way I want to read. Maybe my standards are[…]
Very impressed with the young actors in Redha. A well crafted local film about a family struggling to come to terms with their son’s autism. More people should watch this.
I’ll be honest – I was expecting a completely different book when I bought this. For whatever reason, I thought this was a retelling of Malaysian folk tales – a modern take on Sang Kancil and[…]
Let me say this before I begin my review – I am no food blogger. Sure, I love a good meal, sometimes I cook, and I post a whole lot of pics of food on[…]