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Human Garbage

  I was going to dedicate this post for something else, but as of late, I find whiny teenagers far too unbearable, sprouting around social media to the extent that it has reached the pinnacle of my aggravation. I find it so hard to tolerate with such childish behavior that my hope is that all … Continue reading

Modern Consumerism : Is It Hurting Individuality?

“Can a product that you own convey a silhouette to broadcast yourself to other people? We spend to market ourselves; we spend to demarcate; we spend to consolidate a public perception onto our identity. We pile expensive investments just so people could perceive us to the way that we want to be perceived. Consumerism have … Continue reading

Psy-ched For Votes?

Maybe you might not have heard, but the political circus in Malaysia have inducted yet another milestone of absurdity in its already stained assemblage of hilarity. Just possibly months ahead of the nation’s most anticipated general election, the Malaysian government’s brilliant strategy to reinstate the confidence of the rakyat was to get South Korean K-pop sensation, Psy … Continue reading

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What Happened to Pop Music?

Whenever you stumble upon any music video releases of a mainstream artist, whether it is Katy Perry or Justin Bieber, do have a look at the comment section and you will find a bunch of whiny little dimwits arguing over how music today have been reduced to repetitive beats and meaningless lyrics, while some would … Continue reading

If music were architecture

I was spending an entire academic semester spanning thirteen to fourteen weeks on a course module called ‘Theories of Architecture and Urbanism’ and have come to realise just how much architecture gravely transcended the rules of society. Architecture have adopted and adapted through the times and changes of people and culture; and that people have … Continue reading

¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tré! – Review

We started with something so simple. But it still turned into madness. I don’t know any other way to do it. That’s just Green Day Billie Joe Armstrong, lead singer/ guitarist If you have ever wondered how the collision of sentimental Beatles, rock’n’roll Elvis, and high-energy AC/DC sounded like, the latest Green Day trilogy is … Continue reading

The Olympics

After witnessing yet another medal-hopeful falter at the Olympic stage, I couldn’t help but to ponder on whether it was too much an ask for an elusive gold medal from our fellow countrymen; and to whether if we are able to witness a Malaysian standing atop the winner’s podium anytime soon. Arguably the nation’s most optimistic … Continue reading

Life

Has it ever occurred to you that life is so often being taken for granted? Have you ever taken the time to thoughtfully embrace the true essence of life? I was being shed the light earlier today to really reflect on myself after a casual discussion with a close childhood friend on how meaningful I … Continue reading

Chimes of Depression

Perched slouching against slits of wee afternoon light glimmers deviously casting shadows across the deep ebonies of the room, I indulged myself into the melancholy of yesteryear’s downcast hymns, gradually finding myself sunken into an excavation of bleak melodic dispirits. I painted pictures of disparity and hopelessness as iTunes utter the mournful vibes of rasp … Continue reading

The Crit

Upon scavenging the library racks for useful sources on design ideas, I came across a book essentially enterprising for students who constantly fail to comply with expectancies posed by critics. After spending the entire afternoon flicking through and trying to absorb the essence of its contents, I was able to procure the highlights into condensed … Continue reading