Friday, July 18, 2014

Malaysia and Indonesia in retro perspective: Part I

Lots of many speakers (22), great exchanges (uncountable), increasingly less energetic introductions (roughly 30) and more or less successful imitations (thank you Dylan!).

After being back from Southeast Asia, life has drastically slowed down. The sun is out there and can be enjoyed – while searching for the group and not finding them in the noisy back.
No more vans picking you up for another exciting visit in some important office in the vibrant capitals of Kuala Lumpur or Jakarta. No more malls (thank god) to be visited. But more importantly: no more culinary excitement to the extent to which we enjoyed a variety of cuisines.
There are many things to be missed after having spent such a great time overseas with people who you didn’t know before. Here is an excerpt of three lively weeks in our otherwise less lively lives: 
 Welcome at the...
University of Achievers: HELP!

Cosy class(room).
Weekend activities (Sunday, June 29th, 2014)

A day of serious party talks: (Tuesday, July 1, 2014):

Briefing with the People's Justice Party and Nurul Izzah Anwar

 The ride in between: (all in the best of moods)

 Briefing by the Democratic Action Party (DAP)
around Theresa Kok

Briefing by United Malay National Organization (UMNO) and
Tan Sri Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad

1 comment:

  1. Hi Julia,
    I am Amanda Fong, a creative designer of an Education Magazine, I would like to ask permission to publish your photos of Universities in Malaysia. May I credit you in my magazine?

    Awaiting your reply.thanks.