Before I die, I want to see more people cycling in KL. That’s one contribution I can make for this city.
Life is full of challenges, no matter where you are.
If I remained in Kuala Terengganu, for instance, or in a mono-ethnic cluster … surrounded by Malays only … I think I will not get the opportunity to advance and my family will repeat the mistake.
KL never promised anything to anyone. It's us who must promise; what to make of ourselves when we get here. That's what it is.
When dealing with crisis, I talk to friends. It is important to have good friends in the city. One will do actually. If you get two friends, then it's a bonus.
I came to KL because of love. To reduce the cost of a long distance. So for love, I just moved.
Everytime time somebody asks me if I can speak Malay, I feel very ashamed. I want to lie about how long I have been in Malaysia because it is a beautiful language.
If I stayed in Sarawak, I would probably only know Sarawakians and I wouldn't develop mentally.
Mean Street Blues
Meor Yusoff Aziddin
The Cycle of Life
Akmal Azfar Abdul Mutalib
Welcome to the jungle
Fathi Aris Omar
Longing for a greener KL
Baida Jane Hercus
No city for lazy people
Suhaimi Abu Bakar
Kuala Lumpur makes no promises
Love brought me here
Nobody knows you when you're down and out
School of hard knocks
Awang Surniafizul Awang Jamain
City of a thousand opportunities
Syahril Abdul Kadir
From Caracas to KL, with love
I'll never give up on Kuala Lumpur
Noor Ain Sidek
Learning to live, living to learn
Michael Lee Chee Cheong
Here, everyone is happy
Abdul Rahman Zafrudin
@ Ko Ko Gyi