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My Latest Writing 

In my spare time, I enjoy writing. Mostly, I write about my thoughts on what is going on around me or topics that I discovered on Instagram.  I also write for the organization for which I work. Explore a featured selection of my writing work below.

Becoming a Woman

Let’s talk about women in society; as a woman who grew up in a community that has patriarchal thought, well, the world still. As a woman who reaches half of 50 years old this year, I have a dilemma. I wonder, think, observe my circle, my friends, the world on how we should behave, the way people see women as vulnerable, and our place in the kitchen. We have this so-called circle of life where we are born — go to school — go to university — find a job — marriage, and that’s it, that’s our circle

Celebrating quarter-life crisis

Have you ever had these questions in your mind? What is the purpose of my life? What should I do? Why am I here? Have you felt lost? Or do you contemplate a lot lately? If you have that questions in mind, I would like to say “Congratulations and Welcome to the quarter-life crisis club”. You might think why I congratulate you, right? It’s a concern and I shouldn’t be happy about it. Before I answer, let me tell you more about quarter-life crisis: According to Bradley University “The quarter-lif

Music For Freedom: When Words Fail, Music Speaks.

On 27 August 2021, FNF Malaysia successfully held our Music for Freedom Live concert. Dr.Almut Besold, Head of FNF Malaysia and Indonesia, opened the show with a few words. Francissca Peter, Vanessya S.Y.T, and Vera Jasini Putri will serve as this year’s judges. If you watch our live concert last year, you might familiar with their faces. In the music industry for quite some time now, Francissca Peter is the first Malaysian artist to win an international award for "Best Song" at the ASEAN Song F

Malaysia Today : UNDI18: The Rise of Youth in Malaysia

In July 2019, Malaysia parliament has approved a bill reducing the voting age for general elections from 21 to 18 years old. 211 out of 222 lawmakers said they supported the amendments to Malaysia's federal constitution, which allows the changes to be introduced. The previous Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said that “Malaysian youths are now more politically aware than in previous years. This step is needed to give them the opportunity, space, and voice to design the country's democracy throug

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