Malaysia Airlines MH370

Condolences to the families of the passengers and crew on board of MH370 flight.

Malaysia’s prime minister announced late Monday that the plane, which has been missing since March 8, had crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.

The conclusion came via data and analysis from UK satellite firm Inmarsat and the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch.

There are still many questions unanswered. Hope the plane could be found soon to provide proper closure for the victims and families.

Pharrell Williams, Kuala Lumpur is Happy

Kuala Lumpur version of Happy, a cover of American singer Pharrell Williams’ amazing hit which has turned into an international meme with thousands of remakes.

Non-Newtonian Fluid Pool in Kuala Lumpur

Video from the Can You Walk on Water? event at The Publika shopping gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, last October. Learn more about non-newtonian fluid here. Event by Mach by Hong Leong Bank, concept by We are KIX.

The featured girl is Cay Kuijpers, model of Dutch-Filipino-Spanish descent.

20th Century Fox to open theme park in Malaysia

American film studio 20th Century Fox will open its first ever theme park, the Twentieth Century Fox World, at Malaysia’s Resort World Genting in 2016.

Twentieth Century Fox World Genting Malaysia

Resort World Genting is an entertainment hub which also host the only legalised casino in the country and one of the world’s biggest hotels (by room numbers). It also had a theme park which is now closed for the the upgrade.

Not sure if it’s the right choice, I always thought we have too many theme parks in the region. But the success of Universal Studios in Singapore proves me wrong, and the LegoLand in southern Malaysia seems to be doing reasonable well too.

Hari Malaysia – Slipstream

Music video for Slipstream, a song commemorating the 50th year of the formation of Malaysia on September 16, 2013 – written/produced by Pete Teo and performed by singer Melina William.

Made from archived news footage on August 31, 1957 (Independence of Malaya) and September 16, 1963 (Formation of Malaysia), the video features extracts from the Declaration Of Independence speech by Tunku Adbul Rahman as well as scenes from around the country on those two days.

Additionally, modern Malaysian personalities including politicians, business people, activists, artists (e.g Michelle Yeoh) and sports people were inserted into these footage through visual effects technology. Happy Malaysia Day.