Books / Environment / Science

Protect the Malaysian rainforests, protect the vampire moth

Another reason to protect the Malaysian rainforests: We are home to the only known blood-sucking moth of the Lepidoptera order, the Calpe eustrigata. It was first found in Malaya (now known as Peninsular Malaysia) by Hans Bänziger in 1968. There were further studies on them in 1970, 1975 and 1979. But, major research on it … Continue reading

Books / Culture / Current Issues / Inspiration / People / Psychology

Early book review: Clayton Christensen – How Will You Measure Your Life?

A funny coincidence! I posted an article earlier today concerning the lack of loyalty and satisfaction in workplaces in Singapore. The article ended with a note on the attitudes exhibited by those around me of their work, “just a job” as they called it. My 40-minute bus ride home from work gives me plenty of … Continue reading