Selective mutism

My brother had not spoken with my parents for few years, despite living with them all these while. I suspect my brother and I have selective mutism. Selective mutism is the anxiety disorder that makes you unable to speak at certain settings. Growing up, the most frequent trait I am associated with is quiet. I … Continue reading Selective mutism

Making friends as adult

I think I have not really purposefully go out of my way to make friends before until few years back. I don’t really see the need anyway, until I felt lonely and panicked, and I realized something had been wrong. Social isolation and its effects made me more social and made me realize that I … Continue reading Making friends as adult

Blue Catch Seafood Bukit Rimau (Shah Alam) 手抓海鲜

Went to Blue Catch Seafood Bukit Rimau with family. It seems that using hand to eat seafood is a new trend in Petaling Jaya with restaurants like Shell Out, etc. Here’s another one with the same concept. Everything is blueish here, mirroring the sea and ocean. There’s a big drawing of a blue church Dome … Continue reading Blue Catch Seafood Bukit Rimau (Shah Alam) 手抓海鲜

Book review: Perfect Rigor: A Genius and the Mathematical Breakthrough of the Century by Masha Gessen

This is a book about the mathematician, Grigori Perelman. Grigori Perelman is known for solving the Poincaré conjecture. Poincaré conjecture is one of the Millennium Prize Problems. Millennium Prize Problems are seven problems that are stated by Clay Mathematics Institute in 2000 including the Poincaré conjecture, P vs NP problem, etc. These are some of … Continue reading Book review: Perfect Rigor: A Genius and the Mathematical Breakthrough of the Century by Masha Gessen

Book review: Status Anxiety by Alain de Botton

This book reads like a self-help book but more philosophical in nature. Like all self-help books, it may sound logical and transcendental which provokes the feeling of “This is a new way of looking at life I have never look before”, but time will tell if the philosophy is sound, at least for now, it … Continue reading Book review: Status Anxiety by Alain de Botton

Interesting finds on the internet #2

This interesting find is heavy on the UK. Prime minister Question (PMQ) United Kingdom. Prime minister of UK answers questions in parliament every Wednesday. Every week’s PMQ is archived at below link. Link: http://www.parliament.uk/business/news/parliament-government-and-politics/parliament/prime-ministers-questions/ Example:  Hansard is text of every word uttered in Parliament. Can search UK Parliament’s hansard. Very convenient for the public to … Continue reading Interesting finds on the internet #2

What I think about the church

I realised that most parents, eventhough they are not religious, want their child/ children to be in church. Maybe they think that church builds good characters in their children, is a place to learn socialization, or plainly just better than sitting at home on Sunday. But, they themselves dislikes going to church. I went to … Continue reading What I think about the church

Hong Kong 4 days 3 nights trip 2015

The 4 days 3 nights trip is from 28/8/2015 to 31/8/2015. This is the first time my mum and I went oversea, together with my aunt, three person in all. We visited the Hong Kong Disneyland. The next day, we went to Ngong Ping using cable car. Ngong Ping is in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Kowloon Park … Continue reading Hong Kong 4 days 3 nights trip 2015