WORKS OF IMAGINATION

Nadya

Nadya, was her name A kampung jester when she was little, she grew to become a bandar beauty I remember how we walked along the coast of Pantai Bidara, flying our makeshift Wau The sand was warm, heated by the familiar scorching Sun Waves come and go, along with the distinctive scent of Laut China …

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Environmental Impacts of COVID-19

Throughout weeks of the Movement Control Order implementation, from inside of my living room in Kuala Lumpur, feeling the world around me growing quieter each day, I have been religiously reading over articles, journals regarding the green positive impacts of pandemic towards the environment to fill in my free time. A third of the global …

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Conspiracy Theory : How Truly Sustainable our Earth really is?

Amidst this fighting of pandemic called Corona Virus or its nickname COVID-19, I was trying to find the silver lining amidst the clouds, a glimmer of hope in the darkest times of humanity maybe. Don’t get me wrong, the economy is recessing, people are dying, flying is feared upon and Gardenia bread/toilet paper has run …

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Sustainability

The most widely quoted definition of sustainability comes from Brundtland Commission of the United Nations in 1987, which defined sustainability as “The development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”.We live in the age where people are unaware of the very interesting sight of sustainability. We …

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How You Can Save the Planet and Still Eat Meat

It’s hard not to feel a general sense of despair every time we read an article about environmental devastation due to human causes. After the initial shock has passed, we tend to go through the well-known 5 stages of Grief & Loss, namely: denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression and finally acceptance. Those of us …

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Bersyukurlah – The Fallacy of Gratitude

Bersyukurlah, stems from the Malay word syukur, which in this context is defined in Kamus Dewan as terima kasih, with the contoh ayat ‘Kalau abang dapat sembahyang sahaja, aku mengucapkan syukur kepada Tuhan’. Those who have spent enough time browsing the MPP Facebook page will have inevitably encountered this word in the comment section of …

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Vegetarian Food

VEGANISM: WHY YOU SHOULD AVOID MEAT TO SAVE THE WORLD

For decades, scientists are trying to figure out how to ensure the human race to strive despite the finite amount of resources. In order to do that, researchers are trying to come up with ways to prolong the availability of natural resources before they turn scarce. While there are many obvious solutions to increase sustainability, …

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A Surprisingly Simple Trick to Build a Habit

Over the last weekend, I’ve been learning Flutter, Google’s UI toolkit that would allow me to create a native mobile application with only one codebase on Udemy. The instructor of that particular course, Angela Yu, provided some tips and advice in between lessons that would aid the students in the process of learning and mastering …

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Unsorted Playlist Series #1: 1977, She’s Always a Woman to me – Billy Joel

A love song of a modern woman with whom the writer fell in love with despite her (the woman) having such unique quirks and flaws deep within her personality. Though it never seemed obvious, the writer was lucky to witness how formidable a woman can be through her very actions. “She can kill with a …

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