Throwback to last year diving trip to Pulau Weh.
For as long as I remember, I love bagels. Not sure exactly where such love started, but I often crave for then. Unfortunately, on this side of the world, Bagels are not something one can find easily around the corner. Well, or so I thought. Since I moved to Jakarta, I would purchase Bagels on […]
Every time I wander around town, it is hard no to enjoy and even contemplate how green and luxurious Jakarta is. When I moved from Dubai here, it was even hard to see any other color, such was the visual difference experienced. But although green is always around, I had no flower or plants inside […]
On the running show of what being healthy in 2020 means, meet the daily healthy stickers!
A compiled list of resources shared or recommended by others to help frame, understand, act and fight racism.
Surprised how quickly this order arrived in these lockdown COVID times(29.05.2020), but as off this morning “Target Exceptions” by Shepard Fairey is part of my poster collection and it will soon be up in wall. “Target Exceptions” addresses the challenges of both visiting and becoming a resident of the United States for many people. As […]
Post COVID19 means a lot and many different things for most of us. What is this new normal that everyone talks about? How will this affect me, how it affects you? The experience is truly individual, and probably highly location-based biased, with only some sprinkles of commonality. We all have so many questions, so little […]
It’s not just about racism, the nonsense of divisive rhetoric or the silence that comes with both. It’s about the fact that we are alive, in this beautiful earth of ours, but amid all this technology and knowledge, we can’t refuge or find excuses to not do better on equality for all worldwide. I pray […]
At the start of this lockdown, I had taken clear and deliberate actions (some of which I’m sure were borderline OCD) to make myself as ready and secure as possible for the uncertainty ahead. I feel that most things turned out exactly as planned, but I had severely underestimated the impacts of the long working […]
25 years, 7 months, 27 days – the approximate time I have been “online”. It feels way less than that, but that is the apparent reality according to the calculations. I first went online on my first days of university back then – I am today, in many ways, the result of such that entanglement […]