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.

Sarah Anbu: Every Child Deserves A Loving Upbringing

Sarah Anbu is a typical 26-year-old primary school teacher at Pine Hills International School teaching Malay language and humanities. Her passion is working with kids and helping them grow up in a safe environment at school. She believes that every Continue reading Sarah Anbu: Every Child Deserves A Loving Upbringing

Batik Designs: A Southeast Asian Cultural Identity (Part 1 Of 3)

The era of Asian culture is here and thriving like never before. There is increasing popularity of the Southeast Asian fabric called ‘batik’. Especially with the younger generation, we can already see their rage today with things from the past. Continue reading Batik Designs: A Southeast Asian Cultural Identity (Part 1 Of 3)

Hibby: An Ordinary Person With An Extraordinary Upbringing

We all have someone we are rooting for in our lives. Whoever they may be, we want them to reach their full potential without many mishaps bothering them. But what if the means to their success have not even been Continue reading Hibby: An Ordinary Person With An Extraordinary Upbringing

Discover The Story Behind Your Note-Taking Style (Part 2 Of 2)

Open up a stranger’s notebook and you’ll find it will likely have a different style to yours. Even if people use the same or similar styles of note-taking, their personal touch differentiates them to be their own unique version. Your Continue reading Discover The Story Behind Your Note-Taking Style (Part 2 Of 2)

Start Note-Taking As A Habit (Part 1 Of 2)

Note-taking is like two sides of the same coin to people. People still take notes today but who knows. Maybe everyone will have their own “implemented camera eye” to capture anything important in the future. All they have to do Continue reading Start Note-Taking As A Habit (Part 1 Of 2)

Sleep Adulthood: Embrace The Pea In Your Princess Fairy Tale

Can you guess the common theme between these fairy tales? Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Alice in Wonderland, and Princess and the Pea. Well, the hint is already in the title. Sleep. Maybe because it’s a fairy tale, but sleep is Continue reading Sleep Adulthood: Embrace The Pea In Your Princess Fairy Tale

Extreme Activities: Adventure Race (Part 2 Of 2)

Back for more on this adventure race series? Then you’ll get to know how to become more risk-taking. First, find your favourite types of adventures. Then consider joining the adventure racing community. This will stimulate your competitive side. How about Continue reading Extreme Activities: Adventure Race (Part 2 Of 2)

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