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The Ramadan Food Experience

Hello everyone! If you follow my Instagram or Twitter you will probably know that I was back in sunny Kuching along with M. We were there for almost 2 weeks before going to China. I’ll write a post on China later.

We were fortunate enough to be back during the Ramadan period! This has always been a favorite period of mine so I was really glad M would get a chance to experience it. The excitement and fervor during this period as our Muslim friends prepare to celebrate Hari Raya Aidilfitri provides a very different atmosphere as you go about town. This month-long period is coloured with an array of sights and smells to tickle your senses.

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A Great Relationship

Today I am going to talk about something more personal – namely, me and M’s relationship.

Me and M met at Buddy Night organized by the Law Society of our university in 2009. It was a gathering for first years to meet the seniors and get absolutely sloshed. I was with a friend and we hung out together all night. There were guys that kept coming to talk to us and one of these guys was M. His friend approached mine while the two of us stood awkwardly to the side. In the end we started talking and that was the start of our friendship.  This year we will be celebrating our 5th year anniversary . Gosh time flies.

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10 Asian Kitchen Must-Haves

Hello! I have yet to properly test out any recipes to publish (promise I’ll get to it). Instead I thought I’d share some kitchen ‘Must-Haves’ with you instead .

I hail from Malaysia and lineage wise I am Chinese.  So the ‘Must-Haves’ listed here will be based of a Malaysian-Chinese kitchen. Without these core ingredients in their kitchen, I think many Malaysian-Chinese’ cooks would be lost -I would be! Anyone else feel this way?

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Sightseeing and Activities to do in Kuching, Sarawak: Part 2 – Museums

Back with Part 2 today! If you haven’t read it, here is Part 1.

Today I will be covering 2 museums. There are other museums in Kuching but these are the those that we visited. The Textile Museum was closed when we were around and the Cat Museum….er, creeps me out . Statues and figurines of cats packed together in a relatively small space….*shivers*.

Anywho, moving on!

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