A notice detailing about the increase of fees for Indian VISA for Malaysians had been circulating in Whatsapp and FB since yesterday and some of us had been questioning the authenticity of it. Here’s the purported price revision: Continue reading
Lately, I’ve been getting some Internal Server Errors (500) on my WordPress sites whenever I tend to use things like Visual Composer, Live Composer and so on. Checking the Cpanel error logs doesn’t seem to help so I tend to tail the Apache error logs. This is what I will encounter: Continue reading
It was the eve of our first wedding anniversary (21st Nov 2016) and we thought of celebrating it far away from the hustle and bustle of big cities. I took charge of the arrangements a few weeks earlier and I had two places in mind at that time – Sekeping Serendah or The Dusun. A quick check at Sekeping’s website revealed that it was booked on that particular date! Dayumnn. Continue reading
While Whatsapp had been boasting about improving their end-to-end encryption service, Whatsapp Calling and many more, there is also an update about your own privacy being ‘breached’ – Whatsapp will now share some data about you to Facebook. Continue reading
While the Malays are so advanced in terms of wedding creativity, we Malaysian Indians are still hooked up to the same ‘ol ‘must have sami padom’, ‘must have relatives’ names’ and many other rules for a wedding card for example. This of course, limits our potential to be creative and imaginative as we are stuffed by “others” to just adhere to the norms of a Malaysian Indian wedding.
But.. but.. I wanted my wedding to be unique from the rest. You know, I’m tired of the ancient look of our typical wedding cards and same old mappilai and ponnu entry.
Yes, in fact, many people do have the same concern and most of the people would be lacking of ideas on how to improvise their wedding preparations and execution. That is why I’m here to share with you the top 5 unique ideas that you might want to implement and take as an inspiration, if you want to. Continue reading
For me, the movie Kabali is really nice. Probably those who don't seem to like it couldn't comprehend the harsh reality and bitter truth depicted in that movie albeit everything went in a fast-paced mode.
One need to try to fathom the message delivered instead of grumbling on how the movie is NOT the usual Rajini-type movie (please, could someone explain in detail on what kind of story they were expecting?). The way the film crews researched everything about the Malaysian Indian gangsters as well as the poverty-stricken estate people are highly commendable. Even the gang numbers (Gang 00 and Gang 43) were carefully derived not to imitate the current gangs in Malaysia.
Apart from that, we were informed that the ending scene of Kabali in Malaysia is different compared to those in India (or perhaps even rest of the world). In Malaysia, the movie will end like this:
For those of you who are yet to watch this movie, please at least watch this movie once.