The trip to Cambodia started off rather early in the morning with me waking up early and double-checking everything that I suppose bring along for the long work assignment overseas. The kids were deeply asleep but just before I left the house, they were awake to say goodbye.
(Business Insider last year reported that 20 out of the top 50 dangerous cities lies in Latin America and that itself speaks for the level of criminals from that region. If left unchecked and the severity of the issue is taken for granted, this country will be overrun by them and Malaysia would end up as one of the dangerous places to be in – although this website already claim it to be.… [Click to read the rest] “Crime Index 2013: Malaysia Becoming Latin America Gangland”
(Washington Post calls us “champion of double-talk” in relation to Hamza Kashgari who is a Saudi poet and a former columnist who was wanted in Saudi for crossing red lines and denigrating religious beliefs in God and His Prophet. He almost got away with it – if not for 1 small mistake – he landed on the wrong country to transit.… [Click to read the rest] “National Security 101: Are We Champion of Double-Talk?”
(Sometimes it is wise to look left and right before crossing the road, more so if a speeding car is heading your way. Image source: https://mikedelgrosso.co.uk/)
There are lifeless zombies that cross the road every morning near my residential area and workplace.
To others, they are known as factory workers – lowly paid, the repetitive task assigned and often “foreign” in nature.… [Click to read the rest] “Driving Skills 101: When Dumb Factory Workers Crosses The Road”