5 November 2016 Of late, Theravada Buddhist wedding ceremony has slowly become popular in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. This Theravada Buddhist wedding ceremony is  solemnised by Brother Punna Wong of Metta Lodge, Johor Bahru. The details of this ceremony can be referred in his book “Walking in the Buddha’s Footprints: 100 Reflective Essays”, page 205.… Read More


27 December 2016 When I stepped into Terminal One cafe, I have a feeling that I board a train. To add on, the Korean movie “Train to Busan” is still vivid in my mind. I sort of looking for a door to slide open. The soup base for this 2 pots are totally different. Seafood… Read More


Shwe-Oo-Min Meditation Center   2 December 2005 – 13 December 2005 We chartered a cab which took us an hour to Shwe-Oo-Min Meditation Center. Here, we began our retreat for 12 days. This center was located in a paddy field village. The compound was as big as ITPYPJ(community college in Johor Bahru) in a lengthy… Read More


As part of Chinese wedding traditional ceremony, bride has a few bridesmaids to help her out on her big day. Same goes with my wedding planning. I am very happy to get my secondary school’s best friend, Qiao and cousin, Iris to help me out. What are Bridesmaids’ tasks? Taking care of bride’s personal belongings.… Read More


KeRenLai in Permas Jaya, Johor

28 August 2016 When we are young, we were taught to sing   客人来 KeRenLai (Guest are here). Keren  means guests or Hakka dialect. While the song KeRenLai is teaching kids the correct way to treat guests when parent are away.  With this  childhood song in mind, Mr. Bryan Ho and his cousin Mr. Ho established Ke… Read More