Zainab: An Architectural Adventure (Part 8 Of 10)

Previously, we shared an eye-opening story from Clara Lee, highlighting her architecture student days. Today, I am introducing Habeebah Zainab Sayed Hossen, who hails from the beautiful island of Mauritius. Everyone around her calls her Zainab (Arabic for fragrant flower). Continue reading Zainab: An Architectural Adventure (Part 8 Of 10)

Newsflash: Extroverts Can Hate Small Talk Too!

I’m an extrovert… but I loathe small talk. I naturally prefer to get to know someone beyond who they are. Plus, it only gets to wherever the social script of the topic goes, making it mentally draining to engage in. Continue reading Newsflash: Extroverts Can Hate Small Talk Too!

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

Boarding School: Should I Go? (Part 1 Of 2)

The moment I turned fifteen, people began to ask me, “Where are you going for secondary school?” I didn’t want to answer it because the thing was, I didn’t know where I wanted to go. Should I go to a Continue reading Boarding School: Should I Go? (Part 1 Of 2)

Did You Know Myopia Is The Single Largest Vision Impairment?

With the digital age in full swing, and the COVID-19 pandemic causing many inconveniences and troubles, we use our electronic devices for many things nowadays. We use our mobile phones to text, to make calls, to pay for things, to Continue reading Did You Know Myopia Is The Single Largest Vision Impairment?

Clara: Confessions Of An Inquisitive Student (Part 7 Of 10)

Previously, we shared about Alice Wansa’s architecture school journey. Today, we let Clara Lee share her own reflections. Clara is the second child out of seven children in her family. She hails from Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Coming from such a Continue reading Clara: Confessions Of An Inquisitive Student (Part 7 Of 10)

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)

What To Do When Your Shirts Wear Out?

Let’s face it, regardless how much we spend on buying or tailoring quality shirts, they won’t last forever. The shirting fabric also undergoes the same wear and tear process as your other garments. It doesn’t matter whether you picked it Continue reading What To Do When Your Shirts Wear Out?

Do You Have Attachment Issues? I Know I Do…

Do you also overthink and get anxious when your partner doesn’t text back fast enough? Oops… Did I call you out? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. It’s just part of your attachment style in relationships. Figuring out your relationship patterns Continue reading Do You Have Attachment Issues? I Know I Do…

Alice: Adversities Of An International Student (Part 6 Of 10)

When reading or hearing stories of one’s self-discovery, it is always interesting to see that some of these stories are similar in how they start. When the plot comes in, each of these stories create their own climax and conclusion. Continue reading Alice: Adversities Of An International Student (Part 6 Of 10)