As my friends would know, I don’t like to take photos during my trips and I don’t like to be in photos. However, I do feel obliged to take a few photos back to show to my family. I don’t have a lot of them, only about 4-5 photos per country. Many of them were taken by other people.
Here are some of the interesting ones, in no particular order:
Hanging out and shisha with friends, Sarajevo, Bosnia, 2011
Some artisanal shops, Sarajevo, Bosnia, 2011
Wine sodap, Protaras Beach, Cyprus, 2012
Selepas wine yang sodap, aiskrim yang pahit, Protaras Beach, Cyprus, 2012
Masjid Al-Aqsa, Jerusalem, 2012
Dinner hosted by ExxonMobil Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan, 2010
Pizza and pasta, Podgorica, Montenegro, 2011
Filthy gypsy kid asking me to buy candy that she probably shoplifted from somewhere, Pristina, Kosovo, 2011
Waiting for Iftar at the Old City, Skopje, Macedonia, 2011
Trying out the Adana Kebab, Istanbul, Turkey, 2011
Gondola ride, Venice, Italy, 2011
Mud volcano, The Apennines, Italy, 2011
Nobel Museum, Stockholm, Sweden, 2013
My humble abode for one week, Lake Garda, Italy, 2012
Malaysia IMO team hanging out at the Carribean coast, Santa Marta, Colombia, 2013
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I am an entrepreneur and educator. I am based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Many people know me as Bal. This is the nickname that I am stuck with since high school.
My day job is running two companies I founded in 2007: Aidan Corporation (an IT company) and ArdentEdu (an educational consulting company). Both companies are based in KL.
Since 2006, I have been training the Malaysian national team to the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO). Also, I volunteer as an MIT Educational Counselor. I conduct interviews for MIT applicants from Malaysia.
I founded the Malaysian Informatics and Programming Society (MIPS) in 2011, to disseminate algorithmic thinking and programming education among high school students. MIPS run the Malaysian Computing Competition, which is open to all Malaysian school students, and the Malaysian Computing Olympiad, which is an invitation-only programming contest.
Since 2012, I am the Director of Kangaroo Math Competition (KMC) Malaysia. KMC is the largest math competition in the world, with more than 6 million participants annually.
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