The strongest friendships never die.
Thoughts on what Valentine’s Day has become and what it really should be about.
A fundraising initiative for Borneo Youth Revolution
If we want to be loved, we should learn how to love first.
The bittersweet taste of unrequited love; a short story inspired from a poem by Alexander Pope.
Sambungan kisah cinta sekeping sandwic antara Mim dan Sharon Loh.
Gird your loins, #LoyarBerkasih is back for the second year. Bonus: Music video in post!
Avie Azis kick-starts a week of #LoyarBerkasih2012, where love is not defined by one popular form.
Contrary to the Loyar Burok Writer’s Guide, I am disinclined to copy/paste an excerpt as this piece is short enough anyway, meh.
It is not easy being a Malaysian Chinese these days. Nobody wants you, not even Malaysia. Shang Neng shares anecdotes from his younger days and rants about the travesties of being Malaysian and Chinese. Disclaimer: All are personal opinion based on the stories the author has heard from family and friends. It should not be construed as gospel truth.
#LoyarBerkasih goes hard-print, as the Selangor Times features excerpts from Avie Azis’ “Flight From Incheon.”
Someone once said, “It is not good for man to be alone”. I believe that to be true.
Tan Yi Liang provides his interpretation of love.
Finding love for single feminists can be tough in places where the rules of attraction are mainly of superficial virtue.
As everyone gets in on the Love fest this week, Adrian Chew sounds a reminder to us to feel and look a little deeper.
Hmm. Sedap rasanya, rasa bilis. Lagi sedap jikalau disuap oleh Sharon Loh. Hati aku cair buat hari itu. Jalan umpama terapung di atas angin. Ala-ala Dragon Ball.
Once upon a time, a very naive 16 year old thought this was love.
Untuk lebih tiga tahun mereka duduk bersama. Mula-mula sebagai sahabat, dan akhirnya sebagai pasangan kekasih.
Nukilan yang mendapat inspirasi daripada kisah kasih agung sebelum ini.
As a country in which Muslims are the majority, Malaysia’s apathy often baffles me.