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Thoughts on “Midnight Ballad for the Ghost Theatre” (2006, Korean)

Seo So-dan’s search for her grandmother takes her to a movie theatre. Waiting for the grandmother to show up, she works at the theatre, befriends the staff, and learns the theatre’s secret.

Of a most noble man

Dr. Yasir Qadhi's Lectures on the Seerah of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam)

How many times we read the series on-air since it began, I wonder now. This round, we are now recounting…

A Hot Chocolate

I have been experimenting with chocolates of various forms, brands, and instructions, just to get a nice cup of hot…

The town will host the President Joko Widodo and First Lady Mrs Irina for the day. He is scheduled to…

A Presidential Visit 0

Quintessence Saxophone Quintet plays Bach: Fudge Fugue

"Ingin galau supaya bisa update status sedang galau."

The thrilling adventure of setting up The Hush Projects

The Hush Projects

Thrilling may not be the correct word —Come on. Being in front of the computer, typing, for hours in the wee small hours is not action-movie stuffs. It suits the horror-style better— but setting up has been an adventure. It has been quite a journey involving late night coffees, some soul searching and, not withstanding, sweat and tears.

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