About Dina GHAZALI

Raised abroad almost her entire life, Dina is well exposed to the multi-cultural world around her. Penned her innermost thoughts on paper as a child, and eventually fell in love with writing. Aims to be a successful writer one day.

Who Wants To Join An Adventure Race? (Part 1 Of 2)

Having never gone on a real adventure race in my entire life, I find it so exciting to explore the beauty of nature that many may not be able to see in their entire life. That once-in-a-lifetime opportunity makes the Continue reading Who Wants To Join An Adventure Race? (Part 1 Of 2)

How The Tabata Technique Changed My Life

Learning about Tabata is what changed my life. Reminding me that life is short. And the solution to get the best out of life is prioritising our and the health of the people we love. For me and many others, Continue reading How The Tabata Technique Changed My Life

Local Food Tales: Kolo Mee – Home Away From Home

What’s delicious to you, something you can’t live without and unique to your culture? It’s our ethnic food, of course! These are special because food originating from one’s country can never be imitated. How different can food be in a Continue reading Local Food Tales: Kolo Mee – Home Away From Home

Local Food Tales: Nasi Lemak – Malaysia’s Second Mum

Malaysian food is a rich combination of unforgettable memories and tastes. In this first episode of my series about local cuisine, that I have developed a deep connection with, I strongly suggest for one to experience the history from its Continue reading Local Food Tales: Nasi Lemak – Malaysia’s Second Mum

A Heritage Road Trip: Malaysia Through An Expat’s Eyes

For someone who was raised outside their native country, it comes with many missed-out opportunities. We moved overseas to Saudi Arabia when I was five in 2004, and that was the last time I remember Malaysia being a home to Continue reading A Heritage Road Trip: Malaysia Through An Expat’s Eyes

COVID-19 Pandemic: My University Freshman’s Nightmare

It’s important to know that virtual classes are not the same as physical ones as the interaction cannot be effectively passed on to students. Similarly, one cannot say they have fully experienced university life without getting lost on their first Continue reading COVID-19 Pandemic: My University Freshman’s Nightmare