I’m sorry for the ads lately. Really need the money 😛 Hehehe… They are too good to resist but I did come out with quality posts right? *looking innocently at you* Please don’t leave me…
😛 Actually this newspapers interview was published last Saturday but I’m so lazy to post it up as I was lazy to scan the newspapers until a friend sent the softcopy to me hehehe… Might as well post it up here. First page summore! My mom exclaimed, “What are you doing in the front page of the newspapers!?!?!” *LOL* As she doesn’t know how to read Chinese.
Goshh… I should have give him my own photo hahaha…
If you are wondering what is the content is all about it’s about my opinion about Kuching and Kuching Festival. Click on the picture to view the full article.
For those that have no idea how to read, I’ll give you a summarised translation of it. At least I can translate better than those that do translation for our subtitles in TV and movies hahaha…
I’m happy to live in Kuching. Kuching is a nicer place to stay compare to West Malaysia. Kuching is small and everyone practically knows each other.
However, I don’t like the public transport here. It’s very hard to travel without our own transport. I heard about tourists lamented about this problem too.
Next, it’s no longer safe anymore. Too many crimes happening. I don’t feel safe. Even tourists also fell victim to these crimes.
Our salary is quite low also. Prices of things are increasing. Many people are not very happy about it.
As for Kuching Festival, it’s meant to commemorate the elevation of Kuching from town to city status, there should be some exhibitions about the history of Kuching. This will let the younger generations know about the purpose of the celebration instead of only know how to have fun.
I’m glad to see that many people from all walks of life support this festival.
Khoon Chai, thanks for the interview 🙂