Why Playing Kingdom Come: Deliverance Is a Video Game Trial By Fire

Video games are meant to be fun. They’re meant to be a place where you can escape from the real world; where you can be a cat-eyed mutant who kills monsters for a living (but dies when falling off an eight-foot-high wall), or an elf trying to stop spirits from crossing over into the physical realm and tearing the world apart. Maybe even an annoyingly … Continue reading Why Playing Kingdom Come: Deliverance Is a Video Game Trial By Fire

Review: RAGE Bangsar – Where Coffee, Tech and Communities Meet

Good news for coffee lovers! There’s a new cafe in town, and it’s more than just your typical Instagrammable spot. Setting itself apart from the typical copy-and-paste coffee chains, RAGE Bangsar aims to reinvent the scene with a refreshing new cafe concept that combines technology, coffee and the local community. At the official launching at their outlet in Menara UOA Bangsar, which I was privileged … Continue reading Review: RAGE Bangsar – Where Coffee, Tech and Communities Meet

Travelogue Japan: Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, Nagoya

Nagoya is an interesting blend of old and new. On one hand, the city has a rich history that dates back to the founding of Nagoya Castle, once the Tokugawa Shogunate’s stronghold. On the other, you have the city’s current status as the fourth largest city in Japan and a major maritime port. After the war, which reduced many old parts of Japan to rubble, … Continue reading Travelogue Japan: Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, Nagoya