Entries by Li Pei

Perks of Being A Malaysian Blood Donor

Donating your blood may seem horrifying to those uninitiated. Even with all the campaigns out there, there’s still the whole seemingly troublesome process. So, who would even want to have a needle poking into your arm and have it stay there for a few minutes? The first thing is to realise that there is nothing […]

RM69.37 – RM97.11 New Zealand Tourist Tax In 2019

New Zealand has always been one of the top destinations, a huge favourite getaway by Malaysians. The awe-inspiring natural landscape, in particular, is among the reasons driving crowds to the Land of Kiwis. Besides that, its clean environment and numerous rustic landmarks also attract many visitors each year. The fascinating resemblance to the fantasy worlds […]

Mission Goes Awry In Midst of SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO

Sicario has previously impressed everyone with cinematic storytelling long discarded by most. Now, Sicario 2: Soldadio, also known as SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO is the most anticipated sequel. Stefano Sollima directs  SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO, while writer Taylor Sheridan produces the compelling script. Other stars such as Benicio Del Toro and Isabela Moner also acted […]

17 Popular Malaysian Slang Phrases

Malaysia is a unique country with different ethnics, cultures and religions. Due to this colourful tapestry, there are also many languages and dialects. When interacting with each other, voila, wonderful mix of local slangs is produced! Check how many of these words you know! 1. Bojio It is used to describe the act of not inviting […]

Dragon Boat Festival & Chinese Dumplings

Falling on the 18th June Monday of Raya week is the Dragon Boat Festival. This festival is celebrated on the 5th day of the 5th month in the Chinese lunar calendar. Also known as Duan Wu Jie (端午节), the festival honours a famous and successful scholar-poet Qu Yuan. He took his life by jumping into a […]

Banned Items in Foreign Countries

First of all, you must be careful of items you bring along to travel. There are some items that you are not allowed to bring in your luggage or carry on bags. Still, if you’re unsure just leave them at home or declare them at the customs at the airports to be on the safe […]

Fasting Around The World

This is the month of Ramadan where all Muslims from around the world are fasting. But do you know that fasting is also practised by other religions as well? Take a look at other religions that do their fasting apart from the Muslims. 1. Islam First, let’s begin with the most commonly known fasting by […]