Zen Mode 101: Sound of Rain And Thunder

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It was a well-known fact that music improves productivity and in particular at for me, the sound of heavy rain and distance thunder.

Whenever I am going to work on some deep, complex issues that need me to check sheets over sheets of spreadsheets and need to add formulas all of the place, I will put on the headphones and put my favourite collection of music so that I can focus.

Water Pollution 2019: Attack on Malaysia’s Water Security

Water Security

This was 6 years ago on water security index when Malaysia were in par with South Korea, Japan and Singapore on water security (capacities to secure enough water for their people). Image source: Recap Asia

With the regular incidents of pollution, will the level of water security will go down the drain and put Malaysia water security at jeopardy?…

Prepping in Malaysia: Water Rations 2

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(Some of the quick steps taken the State Government when the state faced with serious water contamination and people’s anger over the matter got worse on daily basis. Image source: YB Hannah Yeoh)

Couple months ago (and the month before as well), a good number of households (including yours truly) in the good state of Selangor was hit by prolonged water supply disruption.…

Devastating Chennai Floods & Art of Prepping

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Let’s talk about prepping which is another key aspect of this blog (the other is how Malaysians drive on the road and of course politics) and on the recent disaster in Chennai, India. Image source: www.newindianexpress.com

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Next Stop: The Red Planet?

Are we on target to visit the Red Planet? Given the state of the country as at now, you can safely say that when we celebrate the year 2020, this country would not have achieved the status of a “developed country”. So Dr M’s Vision 2020 will remain a vision and will not become a reality, at least in 2020.…

Prepping in Malaysia Part 4

Now that the GE13 has ended and Pakatan had settled the issue of the Menteri Besar in Selangor rather peacefully (thank God!), probably it is a best time to go back to our daily routine and one of it would be on prepping.

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  • Part 1
  • Part 2
  • Part 3

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(The canned food in the storeroom.

2012 – Year of Reckoning

(Countdown – 351 days to “doomsday”)

Let’s count this as a New Year resolution, sort of…

(A well documented natural disaster on video – the Japanese tsunami that killed thousands in a modern, well prepared townships in 2011. Image source: The National Geographic)

Forget the local circus (the possible general elections, BN & PR mud-slinging each other for crucial votes, the end of Anwar’s sodomy case & a seemingly predictable outcome and the yet to be impressed with controls of mismanagement of public funds and corruption) for a couple of months in 2012.…

Home Solar in Malaysia

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(The entire set is expected to cost house owners RM60,000 – it is not cheap but the return of investment does look favorable. If there is special funds for house owners to part finance the set-up cost and then tie the repayment to the monthly FiT, that will promote a greater use of solar panels at residential areas.

Noises from South

I guess once you become a Singaporean, you always will be a Singaporean…

(Why make noise on RON95 when it is still cheaper for you to buy RON97? Image source: http://rmreview.com.my)

Just read some of the unbelievable, kiasu loaded statements from the Singaporeans on the recent decision to ban “subsidised with MALAYSIAN tax-payers’ money” RON 95 petrol:-

Singaporean civil servant Tok Eng Seng, 38, said the frequent changes in the petrol ruling were confusing.

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