Showing posts from July, 2020

Malaysian Social Media Groups Around The World

Traveling abroad? Have questions about a foreign country? Why not ask a fellow Malaysian? When I was living abroad, it really helped to have a community where I could share about the things that I missed from home or my delight at discovering Malaysian products in a foreign land, & find other people who fully understood the nostalgia. I didn't appreciate the simple beautiful things that made Malaysia feel like home until I was geographically kept away from it. Absence really does make the heart grow fonder. Having this community made me feel less alone & also allowed me to connect with fellow Malaysians living abroad. These random social media encounters would often lead to real-life meet ups at favorite makan places or durian haunts, especially when a Malaysian festival was coming up. Since there wasn't an online ledger for all of these groups, I thought that I might want to give it a try & list them here. Share your group in the comments & I'll add them t

Looking For An English COVID-19 PSA For Your School?

Feel free to use this PSA at your school! It was produced in English for SK Pusat (Kemaman, Terengganu) & SMK Tabuan Jaya (Kuching, Sarawak). It will be played 3-times every day: before the school day begins, during recess, & after the school day ends. Thank you, SK Pusat & SMK Tabuan Jaya for allowing this recording to be shared with the rest of Malaysia. Please support the YouTube channel by playing this announcement from YouTube rather than from a download. We will not run any ads on this video. PSA Content: 1. Please make sure you are in good health today. Let your teacher know if you have symptoms like cough, fever, flu, sore throat or breathing difficulties. 2. You are required to be at your own desk at all times during lessons. 3. During recess, please eat your meal at your own desk in your own class. 4. Please clean your desk after meals. 5. Please make sure you wash your hands properly and regularly to maintain good hygiene, and avoid any bacteria or viruses.