TweetThe author shares his encounter with a liberal muslim society in Bandung, Indonesia. I have had an opportunity to visit Bandung earlier this year, the capital of West Java province in Indonesia. It is the 3rd largest city in that country with a population 7.4 million. Located in a river basin surrounded by volcanic mountains, [...]
Tweet My heart goes out to Japan for the catastrophe that took place on March 11, 2011, when an earthquake with a magnitude of 8.9 – 9.1 on the Richter scale struck on the north-eastern coastlines, triggering a 23-foot Tsunami with an estimated power of 1.3 petawatts that battered Japan’s coast, annihilating thousands of people, [...]
TweetPets need to be trained, not abused. And beating, throwing your toy poodle around and slamming it on the wall are definitely not the right ways to train your pet. Watch this and you tell me. Toy Poodle Video from Jonathan Fun on Vimeo. If you have trouble watching this, try the link below. Toy [...]
TweetWhat are Malaysian netizens thinking in general? What do we want? Are we happy as individuals and couples? Do we really love our country? Jonathan takes a look into 10 interesting social discoveries with regards to the curiosity, prosperity and even matrimonial bliss of Malaysians at large, using the power of Google search suggestions.
TweetIf you’ve missed some of my recent tweets under the hashtag of #irony or #Funrony, here’s some lessons for you. Feel free to copy and RT On Life and Self Development If your father is a poor man, it is your fate. But, if your father-in-law is a poor man, it’s your stupidity. I always [...]
TweetAs published on LoyarBurok.com on the 29th October 2010 and The Malaysian Insider on the 31st October 2010. A tribute to the men and women working in palm oil mills. They are heroes in their own right – living in remote areas, toiling in harsh conditions – the work they do, help feed the world.