Kam: Imagination To Reality In Architecture (Part 4 Of 10)

Previously, I introduced Salehah from Penang, who shared her views, experiences and struggles during her four years of architecture studies. Today, my featured guest is a girl who hails from Brunei. Like me, she also pursued her architectural studies at Continue reading Kam: Imagination To Reality In Architecture (Part 4 Of 10)

Breakups: How To Get Over Your Ex During The Pandemic?

Breakups were already hard, and with the ongoing COVID-19 moving on from a relationship has never been more complicated. I experienced this hardship first-hand when my ex-boyfriend, Roy, and I decided to break up after I thought I found the Continue reading Breakups: How To Get Over Your Ex During The Pandemic?

Salehah: Self-Discovery Through Architecture (Part 3 Of 10)

The path of architecture is much more than just learning how to draw and design. Architecture is a path of trials that make you question your abilities, sanity and worth. Previously, Natasya Jasmin shared her story on her architecture journey Continue reading Salehah: Self-Discovery Through Architecture (Part 3 Of 10)

Empowering Vulnerability Through Nude Art

Over the past year, most of us grappled with our mental health, more so than before, since the start of COVID-19 pandemic. Myself included. Despite the stigma surrounding mental health in Asian countries, conversations about it have peaked during the Continue reading Empowering Vulnerability Through Nude Art

Period Struggles: It’s 2021 And We Are Still Paying For Sanitary Pads

You read it right, it’s 2021 and we are still paying for sanitary pads. A sanitary pad is an absorbent item worn by women in the underwear when menstruating, bleeding after giving birth, etc. Brands of sanitary pads include Kotex, Continue reading Period Struggles: It’s 2021 And We Are Still Paying For Sanitary Pads

Body Positivity: How Loving Myself Saved My Life

I was always known as the fat girl. No matter if it was in school, at home or in a café. I would always look around the room and felt like I was the fattest one there. So, I used Continue reading Body Positivity: How Loving Myself Saved My Life

Wet Shaving At Home: Chore Or Indulgence?

Our ancestors didn’t have the benefit of running water in their homes. Hence, shaving was a weekly visit to the neighbourhood barber. And wet shaving by a professional barber was the only way to go. There simply wasn’t any other Continue reading Wet Shaving At Home: Chore Or Indulgence?

Natasya Jasmin: Blindfolded In Architecture (Part 2 Of 10)

Continuing from the Architecture or Archi-torture series, the next nine parts of the story will look at the different perspectives of the life of architecture students. The story will consist of reflections and thoughts from nine creative, passionate and unique Continue reading Natasya Jasmin: Blindfolded In Architecture (Part 2 Of 10)

Not Getting Proper Sleep?… Yea, Me Too!

Getting enough sleep is vital in our daily routine to stay healthy. But if you’re like me, having a good night’s sleep can remain elusive at times. Having to toss and turn for minutes, if not hours before dozing off Continue reading Not Getting Proper Sleep?… Yea, Me Too!

Revisiting The Golden Age Of Men’s Grooming: Wet Shaving

What is it about? What is wet shaving? Do you remember a scene in the movie The Untouchables where Robert De Niro gets a shave? The one minus the accidental cut? A warm towel placed on your face followed by Continue reading Revisiting The Golden Age Of Men’s Grooming: Wet Shaving