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Into the forest I go…

I love the natural world and going for hikes in our tropical rainforest.
As an artist, I find much of my inspiration from nature.
Our rainforests are one of the oldest in the world and it is home to many species of plants, birds, insects and wildlife.
This trail is a city green lung which is such a gem and is something I am grateful to have as our rainforests are fast disappearing.
Follow me into the forest and fall in love with our jungle with me 💚

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I’m a model Malaysian citizen and i shall speak like Doraemon

Day 16/30 It’s covid-19 lockdown in Malaysia.

Today’s video is brought to you in the spirit of Doraemon, as we Malaysian women have been told by Women and Family Development Ministry to speak in the voice of Doraemon at home.
So here it is. I’m a good citizen and following lockdown advice.

https://www.thestar.com.my/lifestyle/living/2020/04/01/women-are-not-doraemon-malaysians-blast-ministry039s-sexist-posters-on-social-media

Enjoy my art tutorial video with Doraemon music and do join me in a daily art challenge.

Barry the yellow vented bulbul

Sketch of the day no 1326 in my moleskine sketchbook is of Barry the yellow vented bulbul who loves to dance between the trees.

Stay home, stay creative and love Doraemon xoxo

Please help to sign and share this petition http://chng.it/YXL4KsYMBY

Demand immediate resignation of Malaysian Women Development’s Minister and Deputy Minister

Kitchen Qing : Crane rice bowl

Crane rice bowl lid

Kitchen Qing: blue and white porcelain used for simple meals.
Steamed rice is a staple food in Chinese culture especially for the Southern Chinese who migrated to South East Asia in the 18th and 19th century because of civil wars, hardship and starvation.
The free trade between imperial China and Malaya under the British empire attracted many Chinese to move there as labourers.
Sketch of the day no 1264 in my moleskine sketchbook is of a Crane rice bowl lid.

Borneo pygmy elephant

elephants in the world.

Borneo pygmy elephant

Sketch of the day no 1252 in my moleskine sketchbook is of a Borneo pygmy elephant. They are the smallest elephants in the world. They are roughly half the size of African elephants with bigger ears, longer tails and rounder bodies 🐘

Population : >1500
Size : 1.7 – 2.5m
Weight : 2500 kg
Distribution : Sabah, Malaysia

Happy Chap Goh Mei. Last day of Chinese new year.

Chinese New year with lion troupe

Happy Chap Goh Mei. Today is the 15th and final day of Chinese new year celebrations. It falls on the snow moon and this auspicious day is also our Chinese Valentine’s day.

Today was such a joyful day chasing lions and dragons with Chelsia Ng 🤗

I’m so sad that the lunar new year celebrations have come to an end, but I do hope the year of the pig will be a whole year of celebrating happiness, success and love for us all.

And yes, we believe in magic and unicorns 🍊🌕💛🎑💚🙏

Watch the Chinese New Year performance here:

The pink tiffin carrier

Pink tiffin carrier

The pink tiffin carrier.
Yes or no? Food is best shared with the people you love. 🌹

Mixed media on acid free paper
Size 410 x 295 mm

Available from my Etsy shop.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/BulanLifestyle .

The purple tiffin carrier.

Purple tiffin carrier

Happy Monday.
Now that I have painted these nostalgic traditional lunch boxes from my childhood, it’s time to learn to cook the food that goes inside.

The purple tiffin carrier .

Mixed media on acid free paper
Size 410 x 295 mm

Price RM 600

The red tiffin carrier.

Red tiffin carrier

The red tiffin carrier. These remind me of my childhood when they were used to bring food from my grandma’s house to our house for lunch in Penang. It’s our local version of a traditional lunch box.

Mixed media on acid free paper
Size 410 x 295 mm

Guang Ming newspaper article.

Remember Stewart the seagull

Thank you to Guang Ming newspaper for this larger than life article!

Long live Stewart the seagull.

Read this online: http://www.guangming.com.my/node/457568/%E8%8E%8A%E9%BA%97%E8%8F%8140%E6%AD%B2%E5%A7%8B%E7%95%B6%E7%95%AB%E5%AE%B6-%E7%B9%AA%E6%96%87%E5%8C%96%E6%AD%B7%E5%8F%B2%E5%9B%9E%E6%86%B6

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