Just a gallimaufry of photos 📸
Ahmed is a migrant worker from Bangladesh. He speaks better Malay than I do!
WHEN FOODIES RUN INTO ONE ANOTHER ...
|Son#1 and I ran into our former neighbours in the mall, and we decided to to have lunch together in our favourite restaurant|
OODLES OF NOODLES 🍜
Flat rice noodles in a chicken broth topped with shredded chicken, prawns, and Chinese chives
A funny for today ...
FROM THE TRAVEL ARCHIVES
The Royal Palace, Dam Square 2019
Recently, MR. DIY, a Malaysian home improvement company, carried out a social experiment in a local mall, and after watching the video, I suddenly felt my spirits lifted. There is hope yet.
Malaysians from all walks of life, races, genders, and ages came to the aid of the elderly man in the video. This is such a profound reminder of who we Malaysians truly are when we put aside our differences. We may be divided by race and religion, but we are all one and the same. We are anak Malaysia.
*anak in Malay translates as children
Take note of the old man's response in several languages and dialects. The average Malaysian speaks three languages: English, their ethnic language in various dialects, and Bahasa Melayu/Malay, which is the country's official language.
Malaysia will be celebrating its 66th Hari Merdeka (Independence Day) on 31st August 2023.
GOD BLESS MALAYSIA!
A video to put a smile on your face 😊
If animals of different species can live in harmony, why can't we?
In Malaysia, ginger cats are generally named "Oyen", said to originate from the word orange.