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Oslo is the happiest place on Earth!

I still can't believe I'm actually writing this while sitting on this newly bought carpet in an apartment in Oslo, Norway. Yes, you heard me right. Norway, the happiest place on earth according to BBC.

It has been 2 weeks now since I arrived here in Oslo. I was and still am very happy and excited about this country. A little sad because I'm leaving in 4 days. I really wish I could stay and see some more, but duty calls. I need to go back to Malaysia, bringing all these beautiful and fresh memories I had on this trip.

Feeling high in Dubai: Burj Khalifa Experience

I'll never forget that day, March 17, I packed my bags and fly from Malaysia to India, then Dubai.

I was overly excited and very happy. But I also had this paranoia and fear when I thought of those stories about being held at the immigration, though I have the visa and all the valid documents that I needed. 

My flight took about 12 hours plus 11 hour layover in Mumbai, India. I was too exhausted when I arrived in Dubai. Then, I met an indian girl who I had a small chat with while queuing for the immigration check. She was also a little worried but confident so I felt better. 

When it was my turn, the officer just asked my hotel address and after I answered, he stamped my passport in no time. It was shockingly smooth for me! I smirked a little and told myself...This is it!

Is it good bye Malaysia soon?

It's almost 2 years now since I left my country to work here in Malaysia. Four more months to be exact before my contract ends. I feel like counting the days now actually. And to be honest, I'm a little confused. Is it good bye Malaysia for me soon? Or should I stay one more year... years maybe? 

I know it's too early to sum up my almost 2 year stay here, but looking back, I could say this country gave me a lot of opportunities and memories even I feel overwhelmed every time I remember them all. 

Colmare Tropicale| Bukit Tinggi, Malaysia

Press Release: Live pain free without drugs

The revolutionary Medsonix Acoustic Resonating Therapy System from the U.S. is now in the Philippines. The Medsonix Acoustic Resonating Therapy System integrates a medical device that uses low-frequency sound waves to increase blood flow and mobility, reduce inflammation and pain and relieve symptoms of many diseases and disorders.

The system uses a medical device that is registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as Class A and was granted three U.S. patents. It is non-invasive, drug-free, safe and effective for Filipinos suffering from arthritis, migraine, sciatica, back and joint pain and other medical conditions. It can also relieve pain caused by carpal tunnel syndrome, multiple sclerosis, bursitis, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, diabetic neuropathy and peripheral vascular disease.