Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Versace. What do these brands have in common? They’re all high fashion, luxury brands that appear famously on runways (check out my previous article about catwalk modelling!). I’m sure you’ve all heard of the Big Four Continue reading Slow Fashion: Up-Cycled High Fashion Streetwear
In the previous article, we touched on the basic knowledge of charging an electric vehicle (EV). Lately, EV is getting a lot of attention, not only from car enthusiasts but also from the general public. Capitalising on this trend uptick, Continue reading EV Is The Future, But Are We Ready To Make The Change?
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
Crustacean shells, insect exoskeletons and fungi may be different by origin. However, they all have one thing in common. All of them produce a wonderful compound called chitin (pronounced as kai-tin). It is a foreign name which leads many to Continue reading More Than Just Shells: The Future Of Chitin
Previously, we shared what homeowners need to know prior to setting up a roof solar panel system. This is because a growing number of householders now consider a rooftop solar panel system a basic necessity. The influx of solar panels Continue reading Net Energy Metering: Adding Value To Solar Panel System
In the previous article, we looked at how marine turtles play an important but often overlooked role in maintaining the ocean ecosystem. For this part of the series, I’ll be sharing about my experience participating in a turtle conservation programme Continue reading The Dedication Of Marine Turtles Conservation (Part 2 Of 2)
The thought of flies buzzing around our rubbish can annoy us to no end. Similarly the sight of insect larvae can make most people feel uncomfortable, let alone letting them feed on our waste. However, there’s an insect making waves Continue reading Green Waste Management: Processing Waste With Flies?
Sea turtles are one of the longest living reptiles that have roamed our seas for the last 110 million years. Albeit being the oldest living reptiles, most marine turtle species are going extinct. Mostly due to human impacts such as Continue reading The Overlooked Importance Of Marine Turtles (Part 1 Of 2)
In the first episode on the Electric Vehicle (EV) article series, we provided an overview of what an EV is and its mechanics. As of now, several countries are already planning to ban internal combustion vehicles by as early as Continue reading Charging EV: Know This Before You Connect, Charge, Go!
20 years into the 21st century, the concerns on climate change and the greenhouse effect are ever increasing. The rising cost of petroleum forces consumers to source for alternative energy sources with better efficiency and less impact on nature. The Continue reading Electric Vehicles: Embracing The Electric Lifestyle