At Japan, Bon Odori (Obon or Bon) is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one’s ancestors. In Malaysia however, the celebration is more associated with Japanese culture instead of Buddhism. This would be my third time attending the celebration after my very
Ching Ming or Qing Ming Festival, which is known as Chinese Tomb Sweeping Day, is one of the most important traditional Chinese festival after the Lunar New Year. The day falls on the third day of the third month in Chinese Lunar calendar which translates to around
Chap Goh Mei or Lantern Festival just ended as I’m writing this article. It marks the end of the 15-days-long Chinese New Year celebration. What did you do to celebrate the most *AMAZING* festive season of the year? On the side note, I’ve been thinking to overhaul
Chinese New Year, one of the most important traditional Chinese festival observed with Lunar calendar. Since I was young, my family has maintained the tradition of family reunion on the eve of Chinese New Year. As far as I could recall, none has ever skipped
Today is the 11th day of first month of the Lunar calendar, since Chinese New Year is celebrated for 15 days, hence it is not over yet. =D Happy Chinese New Year!!
Have you ever heard of Worldwide Moment? It is a worldwide event that every participant take a photo simultaneously and share the experience. I took part in it last year. This year, I’ll be taking part as well, but at Singapore. =D Worldwide Moment official site.
Scott Kelby, an American photographer and author organized this annual worldwide event for the fourth time. Despite being quite active on Internet as a photographer and geek, what a shame that I never heard of this event until someone lead the walk for Kampar area.
My Uni is organizing all sorts of events from talks to mini concerts to flea market to crappy shows… Most of the exciting events are organized by the clubs and societies though. I missed last year’s flea market, this year, I took part in it by
My first prom night was Information & Communication Technology faculty’s prom night. I guess I didn’t mention anything about it. Part of the reason is I forgot my camera at home that time. Anyway here’s my second prom night to date – Biological Science Society’s
Hello guys, I’m back. University life = Hell, and so my blog went into hibernation mode and I hardly come up with any topics to talk about. I have several assessments, reports and tests coming in next few weeks. I might be stressing myself too