• RECIPES

    Cekodok Pisang (Mashed Banana Fritters)

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    Cekodok Pisang, also known as Kuih Kodok, Jemput-Jemput or Cucur Pisang is a beloved tea-time snack among Malaysians. Simply put, they are fried banana balls deep fried in oil. I remembered how often my mother used to make them when we were kids. With a nice crisp on the outside and fluffy in the inside.


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  • ACTIVITIES,  KIDS

    Fun Independent Play For Toddlers

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    A toddler’s age is such a delightful stage. It’s a time for learning and discovering; cognitively, emotionally and socially. And I, as a mother, would love to spend all of my time helping my toddler develop. However, we all do not have THAT kind of time to do so. We’re all busy parents here. And hey, even SAHM (Stay-At-Home-Mums)! So, here are a list of activities, approved by my toddler. And when I say ‘approved’, I meant she ACTUALLY asks me to set-up the activity for her or she grabs them by herself and starts playing.


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  • BILINGUAL,  PARENTING

    How I Teach My Truly Bilingual Kids

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    So, you’ve read about the advantages of bilingualism and decided to raise your children bilingually. Here’s an honest truth. Teaching bilingual kids can be challenging, confusing, and yet, rewarding. The advantages they’ll reap in the future are endless and they’ll thank you for it. 🙂


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  • BILINGUAL,  PARENTING

    What It’s Like Raising Bilingual Kids | From A Mother’s Experience

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    It wasn’t something we planned to do. I wasn’t even thinking about the word bilingual and the whole concept of ‘bilingualism’. It just happened. My husband is an Austrian, so he speaks German. And I’m a Malaysian, brought up speaking English at home. And if you do not know about Malaysia, we are a melting pot of various races and therefore, we speak different languages. With that being said, we understand each other very well and even able to speak each other’s language. As for me, I speak English, Malay, Chinese (very basic), and of course German as I’m currently living in Austria.


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