Aspiro Supports Country’s Initiative by Generating Jobs to Curb Unemployment

SHAH ALAM, 22 March 2018 — Aspiro Sdn Bhd is all set to return the Government’s call to provide new jobs for fresh and unemployed graduates. The business service provider is responding to the Department of Statistics report that Malaysia’s unemployment rate fell to 3.3 per cent in February 2018, down 0.1 per cent from the previous month. Having just launched its Global Business Services Centre in Shah Alam, Aspiro is well (…) Read more

A tantalising meal at Rumahku

These days, being a vegetarian does not constrain your culinary adventures to a vegetarian restaurant. Much to my pleasure, many restaurants cater meatless meals and vegetable dishes without the usual crustacean condiments. Rumahku: The Spice Pantry, an Asian restaurant I have been frequenting since it’s Jalan Barat days, is proof such hospitality exists. Currently located at Jaya One, Petaling Jaya, the restaurant boasts delicious vegetarian options on its menu. A (…) Read more

Can you actually buy good toys for reasonable prices in Malaysia?

Most parents would have gone through the experience of walking into a toy store here in Malaysia, picking up a nice looking toy, looking at the price and going..”What The….?????” As a parent of a 5 year old, I have gone through that not just once but many times. I am not sure why, but toys are becoming more and more expensive by the day. Just go into Toys R’ (…) Read more

A Must Watch: The Indian Doctor, Thank You iflix!

I’m not sure how I missed this series, but thanks to iflix (sort of a Malaysian version of Netflix), I’ve started watching it. I just love those Indian English TV shows and movies. This isn’t technically a full Indian English show though but the main stars are Sanjeev Bhaskar (of The Kumar’s) and Ayesha Dharker. (Fell in love with her acting in the movie Outsourced!). Glad to see Ayesha back on screen. There are plenty (…) Read more

Pandeymonium by Piyush Pandey

A book I randomly stumbled upon this month. A wonderful read especially if you love design and advertising. Here is a short write up of the book from Penguin Books India: What makes Piyush Pandey an extraordinary advertising man, friend, partner and leader of men? How does he manage to exude childlike enthusiasm, and bring such deep commitment to his work? You’ve seen most of the things that Piyush Pandey (…) Read more

Cooked With Love – Chef Shamini

I was supposed to blog about this earlier but never found the time, but better late than never! Zeenee, Saivhes and I tried our first Plate Culture experience with Chef Shamini, who served us an extremely delicious dinner. Plate Culture allows you to transform your home into a private kitchen with you being the chef. Interesting concept allowing people to taste home cooked meals anywhere they go. We were served a variety (…) Read more

Private Piano Lessons in Klang Valley

I’ve recently started a small initiative upon requests from a few different people. I’ll be providing one on one private piano lessons for all those who are interested to learn the piano. At the moment it will be around Klang Valley but if I do recruit more teachers, it will definitely expand. Why This Initiative? Many music schools these days are exam orientated and most parents send their kids for (…) Read more

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