Sunshine Little Kitchen by Wong Hui Shin

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"Sunshine Little Kitchen is a compendium of ten travel tales of Wong Hui Shin in 365 days over 10 years, where she writes about her wrestle with communication or the lack thereof.

“There is no such thing as miscommunications. The fact is, ideas and thoughts are filtered and broken down due to popular perceptions. Coupled with the nuances of the human mind that perceive every situation as colorful as a kaleidoscope.” She believes that everyone can dream and everything is possible.

The “world-wind” story begins with three adventurous musketeers bound for Thailand (2001). The author continues her solo journey “Fogg-style” to experience firsthand heritage preservation and environment protection with Korea National Commission for UNESCO in South Korea (2002), train-hopping through Japan using a Japan Rail Pass (2003) and the Peace Voyage of Maldives (2004).

In year 2005, she has announced herself as Nefertiti in Egypt, transformed a mission impossible to a Clairvoyant Reservoir, awe-struck by the legendary blue light of the Great Lake Erie and travelled around America searching for aliens and lost Malaysians using US Rail Pass. In 2009, she had a train adventure from Chennai to New Delhi for a connecting flight to London, she spent her first, real Valentine’s in Hanwell Community Observatory, United Kingdom after finally solving the problem of miscommunication by a five-minute video session in Berlin, Germany a couple of years before and she met great Malaysians for Culture and Food exploration in Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom."

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Published June 20, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 156 pages
Genres: Self Help. Non-fiction

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