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Author Archives: Mimi

Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017

Talk about time flying! The twins will turn 12 this year. Is that how long I’ve been blogging?? Meanwhile, enjoy this 6-second video clip of the fireworks over KLCC Park last night, as viewed from Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur’s Club Lounge on the 24th floor. All the best for 2018!

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Snapseed — My Favourite Mobile Phone Editing App To Date

Now that most everyone has a smartphone with a camera, everyone can take endless pics anytime, anywhere. And with the plethora of free mobile editing apps available in the market, one can easily get overwhelmed and simply rely on ratings and/or recommendations from friends. I went the old-fashioned route and followed the recommendation of my … Continue reading »

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Filipino Style Steamed Golden Pomfret with Sesame Oil & Soy Sauce

I just realised it’s been a while since I last posted a recipe for harassed working mothers. I know, I know, “steamed fish” hardly sounds like an easy recipe but trust me, it is. The star of this dish is a fish known in Malaysia as ‘bawal emas’ or golden pomfret. This fish is known … Continue reading »

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The Peak Coffee – My Favourite Local Café

If you’ve been following me on Instagram, you would have noticed my tendency to post lots and lots of food pics. Here’s a little fun fact about those food pics: good number of those food pics actually come from the same place — The Peak Coffee! It goes without saying that the food is fantastic, … Continue reading »

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Online Learning Survival Tips

Online learning is on the rise, even if the concept is still considered relatively new in Malaysia as of 2017. Its main benefit is, of course, breaking the time/distance barrier. You can be taking an open course from MIT, an Arabic class from Bayyinah’s Dallas campus, or a cake decorating class from London from the … Continue reading »

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