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

A Talk on Vegetarianism for the Malaysian Pyramid Society

I was recently given an opportunity to speak on Vegetarianism at a meditation camp held by the Pyramid Society of Malaysia in Genting Highlands. I’ve never really done a talk on vegetarianism before so it was a bit of a challenge. Nevertheless there was some really good feedback after the talk. Played a video by Mercy for Animals which got some members of the audience cringing at the violence and (…) Read more

The Meditating Ganesha

Spent Saturday painting with my son, Saivhes. I think the last I tried painting was when I was 9 or 10 years old. Anyway, here’s something I just did. Painting with Saivhes feels somewhat therapeutic and relaxing. I’ve always enjoyed doing graphic design. Never really tried sketching or painting. Perhaps this is something I should try to learn. This first attempt is just something random I did. Took the paint (…) Read more

Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014

2013 has been a great year and look forward to a wonderful 2014 with my beloved wife and son. The two darlings of my life. I have learnt so much this year from the both of you and looking forward for an exciting and adventurous 2014. I was just contemplating earlier on some of the things I’ve managed to accomplish in 2013. Pretty happy about it. Anyway, the great G.K. (…) Read more

Happy 63rd Birthday Sir Richard Branson!

The great¬†entrepreneur, Sir Richard Branson turns 63 today. Here is some great advise from the iconic Virgin Group founder. 1. “A business can be started with very little money.” When Branson was 15 years old, he decided he wanted to start a magazine to give young people a way to speak out against the Vietnam War. He didn’t have any money–not even enough change to make a phone call. But (…) Read more

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