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In Bandung, life is more liberal.

On December 15, 2011, in Current Issues, Opinions, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

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, [...]

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How to protect your votes from being traced during elections in Malaysia

On March 28, 2011, in Sharings, by jonathanfun

Tweet This video  was made by some of my friends with the aim of educating the public about how you, yes YOU, as a citizen of this country, could protect your votes from being traced by political parties after the elections. Just in case you didn’t know, YES, your votes can be traced. Which means, people [...]

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Delicious Malaccan Curry Rice

On March 15, 2011, in Reviews, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetThe other day when I was back in Malacca, I got a call from James Liew, a long lost friend whom I haven’t met for months, perhaps even coming to years, since he dumped me and the rest of our bachelor’s gang for Cinderella. Anyway. I was happy he called, and my first reaction was [...]

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10 Things I Discovered About Malaysians With Google

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.


On October 7, 2010, in Announcements, Current Issues, by jonathanfun

TweetEveryday, thousands of Malaysian twitterers unite and gather on Twittersphere to share, discuss, and even debate, about everything under the sun; from places of interests, politics, food, to even people’s wives’, erm… Hairstyle This Malaysian virtual community that promotes Freedom of Speech (and more often than not, kepochi-ism), is known as Twitterjaya. On twitter, the hashtag [...]

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Malaysia, the PREMIUM country.

On September 12, 2010, in Current Issues, Sharings, by jonathanfun

TweetIf our neighboring Singaporeans were to get back at us Malaysians for calling them the FINE country, then perhaps the best move, is to call Malaysia the PREMIUM country. Here’s why. I was just driving down south towards Kluang from Malacca this morning and it hit me, that in the last 96 hours or so, [...]

The Conversation between Obama and Jamaluddin Jarjis

On May 12, 2010, in No Brainers and Jokes, by jonathanfun

Tweet Obama: I am the first non white President Of United States. When will your country follow suit? JJ: No can do. We are the son of the soil. We are special. Please refer to Article 153. Obama : Article 153? What the fuck is that? JJ : Actually I also don’t know. I only [...]

iPad may not be ready for Malaysia or many other countries. For now.

On April 21, 2010, in Announcements, Reviews, by jonathanfun

TweetThe recent launch of the iPad had took the world by storm, selling more than 500,000 units in their first week of launch on April 3, 2010. The 3G models are expected to be out on April 30, 2010, and a lot of people, including myself, are looking forward to it to come to Malaysian [...]

The Story of the Ants, Bees and the Grasshoppers.

On April 9, 2010, in Politics, Sharings, by jonathanfun

TweetOnce upon a time, there was a country by the name of Hopperland. Ruled by many other insect species other than their own for centuries, they finally gained independence from the Beetles in 1957. Hopperland is a very multi-insectural country but is dominated by 3 major insects, namely the Grasshoppers, Ants, and the Bees. The [...]

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Leaked DiGi iPhone 3G & 3GS Plans

On March 30, 2010, in Announcements, Reviews, Sharings, by jonathanfun

TweetFor those who have been craving for the iPhone 3G & 3Gs from DiGi, here’s a sneak peak of the plans in stored for you. It’s leaked ahead of its launch, probably from their ad agency themselves You’ll be pleased to know that they are definitely cheaper than Maxis, who currently charge unreasonable prices and [...]

1 Malanchestersia ?

On March 12, 2010, in Announcements, Current Issues, No Brainers and Jokes, Stuff that Amazes Me, by jonathanfun

TweetThis morning I came across a surprising news that Telekom Malaysia (TM), our country’s largest, and self-claimed “one of Malaysia’s most dynamic and innovative telecoms brands“, has just inked a 5 year sponsorship deal with the club I support the most : Manchester United. The deal will make TM the official integrated telecommunications partner of [...]

Chinese New Year Blues

On February 8, 2010, in Announcements, Current Issues, Photography, Self Documentary, Sharings, by jonathanfun

TweetI have absolutely no mood for Chinese New Year this year. Except, only, that I manage to take a break from work, and spend some time with family and friends. Faded Tang Long Perhaps it’s due to the fact that we are all grown ups now and the excitement for the celebration we once had as children [...]

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Short Talk : Chin Pat Confectionery

On January 31, 2010, in No Brainers and Jokes, by jonathanfun

Tweet The owner of this Confection company must be a busy-body. A big Kepoh.

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Jonker Street Malacca

On January 24, 2010, in Photography, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetJalan Hang Jebat, or more popular known as Jonker Street, is currently one of the best known landmarks in Malacca, both to Malaysians and Foreigners alike. A location with a few of the oldest houses in Malaysia (dating right back to the 17th century), one will notice that besides the string of famous, always-packed Chicken [...]

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Legal Implications of Conversion in Islam

On August 19, 2009, in Announcements, Current Issues, Sharings, by jonathanfun

TweetHere’s an article from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Malaysia on the Legal Implications of Conversion to Islam. I feel everyone in Malaysia, irregardless of whether you are or you are not Muslim, should clearly know the implications in order for you to make a clear conscience choice if you do decide to convert into [...]

Lim Kit Siang “protects” Ong Tee Keat

On July 28, 2009, in No Brainers and Jokes, Politics, by jonathanfun

TweetLatest News ! Lim Kit Siang, the leader of the DAP (opposition party in Malaysia) had lodged a police report to “protect” MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat after Ong had said that he had received death threats and that there were “dark forces” suborning the Government and Cabinet decision-making process. YB Lim Kit [...]

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