Because I don’t know anyone else who could, or would, even if they could.

Why hasn’t a Facebook or Google come out of ASEAN yet?

The reason why our app has so many bugs and is still quite sucky.

Mentors are not always right.

Although dating is a global problem, investors generally don’t invest in dating apps for a few simple reasons.

It sucks that we are right but stuck in an ecosystem that isn’t ready to fund big ideas

Can a dating app join the ranks of Google & Facebook to become the next 100 billion USD company?

There has been a shift from copycats to deep tech. Over-correction much?

How has this become a problem in Malaysia?

The wrong investors will kill you. Literally.

Start-ups today need more money just to get started. Why is that so?

It’s hard to say, but they might not be worth as much.

You’ll be surprised how many successful entrepreneurs once tried to start a dating app & how some successful products you use today actually started as a dating app.

ASEAN VCs might be doing something wrongly that’s preventing the next Facebook or Google from ever getting started in ASEAN.

You have a profitable business that can’t grow anymore and can’t IPO or get acquired. What now?

Sometimes I really rather be dead than alive.

The challenges and painful lessons learnt over 10 years trying to build a truly innovative startup from Malaysia.

I don’t know if you can find another founder like me in this region.

You need to understand the difference between Friendster & Facebook.

Some more articles that I have been writing for Dollars And Sense Malaysia.

The first couple of articles I’ve guest written for Dollars & Sense Malaysia

A portfolio of simple rails apps I’ve built during my 9 weeks @ NEXT Academy

A pseudo poem-essay like piece about dreams, visions & being contrarian ,but right I randomly cooked up one day.

The experience will change your life. Trust me.

When I came back from Singapore in 2009, one of the main reasons was because I wanted to help Malaysia fulfill its full potential. But is it even possible?

History tends to repeat itself over and over again. I’ve realized that most game changing multi-billion dollar technology companies go through the same journey and share these 5 traits.

Girls, you have no idea how powerful you truly are. You have the power to influence men & change the world. Don’t let this immense power of yours go to waste.

Malaysia is not perfect. but we as Malaysians, and as a generation, have the power to help it fulfill its full potential, and in turn ours, regardless of who our Prime Minister or government might be. Have hope, soldier on, and we’ll be able to do it, together, as Malaysians.

Many Malaysians might not be aware of the fact that Lee Kuan Yew was actually the first person who championed for a “Malaysian Malaysia” when Singapore was still part of Malaysia back in the 1964 elections. Ever wondered what might have happened if history had taken a different turn?

As nice, respectful and considerate friends, here’s a list of the reasons why we should start adapting an introduction culture and start introducing our friends to each other when they meet.