Learn Esperanto and open up opportunities for trade, says Sinjoro Eng.
The latest incident, following a recent spike in shootings in Singapore.
Although some minor bits were lacking, Wai finds this to be a dazzling accomplishment.
Time to detox and remind ourselves how beautiful Malaysia is.
Joachim Leong once again enlightens us on one of Malaysia’s recent oddities, the hipster cafe.
Thoughts on Ken Robinson’s self-help tome about finding our purpose in life.
Pepper Lim shares with little Paprika his experience visiting the blighted Taman Permata Dengkil flats.
Justine Tan reviews Victor Frankl’s seminal work, Man’s Search for Meaning.
Farhan Read weaves a tale of one night along the river Thames.
Gaythri Raman gives us a glimpse of life among modest geniuses of Silicon Valley.
Sinjoro Eng argues the benefits of Esperanto in forming better scientists.
Gaythri Raman shares with us her experience in eclectic and vibrant Tokyo.
Daniel Teoh reviews the winner of this year’s Walter Scott Prize.
Justine reads Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”.
Wai regales us with scenes from his life & this movie – best version to date?
Can Christopher Hitchens bring out the contrarian in Sha-Lyn?
Want to get fit and have fun? Come and try dragon boating!
In Part 4, Sinjoro Eng presents a final call for the preservation of language.
In Part 3 of a series, Sinjoro Eng talks about unity versus culture.
Sinjoro Eng continues discussing the future of the languages in Part 2 of this series