I Interviewed My Husband on his Typhoon Ulysses Experience

November has been an awful month for many Filipinos.  The island nation has been battered by consecutive storms and typhoons, with five within the span of the last few weeks. Earlier this month, super typhoon Goni – one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded – devastated large swathes of Eastern Philippines, leaving 25 dead with thousands more displaced.  And now another one has struck.  … Continue reading I Interviewed My Husband on his Typhoon Ulysses Experience

Stinky Tofu, Durian & Insects: Would You Try These ‘Exotic’ Foods?

Hey, guys! Been meaning to blog more, but like the stereotypical millennial, I’ve been making poor life choices lately (like staying up until 3am every day. To play Witcher 3.) But I digress.  This post was inspired by a recent hotpot dinner, where I ordered century eggs. Whenever I have them, I’m reminded of a good friend of mine and how horrified he was when … Continue reading Stinky Tofu, Durian & Insects: Would You Try These ‘Exotic’ Foods?

What It’s Like To Date A Filipino

So. You’ve got your eye on a cute guy from the beautiful country of the Philippines. But you’re worried about cultural differences, and how the relationship might work out. Fret not – I’m here to share with you what it’s like to date a Filipino, and what you can expect. winkwink  Now before we proceed, a disclaimer for the party poopers going “OMG Eris so … Continue reading What It’s Like To Date A Filipino

10 Of My Favourite Places To Visit In Manila, Philippines

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again – I have a love-hate relationship with Manila. On one hand, I love how culturally rich and historical it is, with its museums, churches and art galleries (And Jollibee, of course!). On the other, I’m not a fan of its insane traffic, the pollution, and the fact that its one of the most densely populated cities … Continue reading 10 Of My Favourite Places To Visit In Manila, Philippines

A Malaysian Chinese Wedding – Part 2: Customs, Traditions and Culture

Hey guys!  Welcome to part 2 of A Malaysian Chinese Wedding! I previously blogged about the planning and preparation stage: items to get, where to rent dresses, engaging a photographer and chaperone, etc. which you can read here.  This time around, I’ll be running through some of the customs and traditions involved, some of which I also experienced for the first time during the ceremony … Continue reading A Malaysian Chinese Wedding – Part 2: Customs, Traditions and Culture

A Malaysian Chinese Wedding Part 1 – Pre-Wedding Preparations and Planning

Hey guys! Welcome to part one of A Malaysian Chinese Wedding, in which I discuss pre-wedding preparations for my wedding ceremony, which was held last February. For those of you who’d like to know what a Malaysian Chinese wedding is like, read on! While I did not follow all the traditions strictly, I hope that by sharing my own experiences, this will help those planning … Continue reading A Malaysian Chinese Wedding Part 1 – Pre-Wedding Preparations and Planning

How To Get Married To A Malaysian: A Guide For Filipino Foreign Spouses

Hey guys!  So I haven’t had time to write about this properly, but I got my marriage registered in November last year (2019), with my Filipino husband.  We had the marriage registered in Malaysia and started planning as early as 2018. It took us over a year to have everything in place. Getting married in Malaysia is no walk in the park if your spouse … Continue reading How To Get Married To A Malaysian: A Guide For Filipino Foreign Spouses

I Stuffed My Face With Sisig On My Birthday

Hey guys!  Has it been two weeks since my last post !? I can’t believe I abandoned my blog for so long T-T. The entirety of this period has been spent either a) working b) working some more or c) bringing the Boy around, since he’s visiting Malaysia for three weeks.  Still, I’m grateful that blog traffic hasn’t taken a hit; I see a lot of people coming … Continue reading I Stuffed My Face With Sisig On My Birthday