Rainbow Pegasus by Sofia Naznim

Rainbow Pegasus by Sofia Naznim

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Sunday, December 31, 2017

After a decade of writing, I am very much grateful for this amazing opportunity given by Dr. Hadaa Sendoo to publish two of my poems in the World Poetry Almanac. No words can describe the excitement and appreciation of seeing my poems published in the most influential international poetry yearbook that focuses on contemporary poetry and poetics.

The World Poetry Almanac book is published every April - May in Mongolia, Central Asia with over 300 pages which includes poems of 180-190 poets from 100 countries and features dialogs on poetry, book reviews, interviews, and academic papers.

This prominent poetry collection is founded in 2006 by Dr. Hadaa Sendoo who is an international award-winning Mongolian poet and translator. He is the leading figure of the World Poetry Almanac with more than 10 collections of poems book and his poems have been translated to more than 30 languages and have been recognized as the best Mongolian Poetry.

Dr. Hadaa Sendoo is considered as one of the greatest poets in the 21st century by critics. The almanac has been enthusiastically acknowledged in international poetry circles and copies have been contributed to the following organizations: The British Library, UNESCO Library, the Library of Congress USA, the Swedish Academy, and Frankfurt Book Fair.

Personally, this is definitely a milestone I have achieved in my writing journey. Thank you so much to Dr. Hadaa Sendoo for giving me this incredible opportunity, believe in my writings and your kind proposal to publish my poems in your yearbook.

I have been writing poems from the age of 13 years old and developed the passion since then. This is an incredible moment in my life to see my poems to be accepted at an international level among great poets out there. I am humbly thankful and thanks so much to my husband for his tremendous support on my writings and artwork. Without his encouragement, I think I would still be writing poems and stories in my book and just keep it close without sharing it with anyone else.

Sharing my writings and photography work with a broader audience has always been my dream as a writer and seeing it being accepted day by day and inspire people makes me happy. I wish and I hope I will always write good contents and take good pictures. Although someday AI and robots probably going to take over most of the things or jobs in the world, but I hope I can still share and inspire people with my art – adapting and using the future technology to the best.

I hope you guys, my dear followers and readers enjoyed my writings, photos and sharing this far. Thank you so much for your support and love and cheers to more future together! 😊

Much love,
Sofia Naznim

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Dear families and friends,

Thank you so much for making this birthday special with all your warm wishes and kind thoughts.

I would like to express my gratitude to all my family members, friends, colleagues, and my social media friends for wishing me well with all the wonderful wishes, virtual cakes, cute posters and present. :D

Also, thanks for wishing me personally and singing birthday songs to me. Big hugs to my colleagues who organized a great birthday lunch and surprise birthday song and cake! That was an emotional happy-friends-family moment for me. Thanks for all the Whatsapp and social media wishes too.

Love you guys to bits..:)

Never ending thank you to my mother who brought me to this world and care for me, my father who is the most patient and kind hearted father who loves me very much, my brothers who always support me all this while, my sisters in law who love me just like their own sisters, my mother and father in law who loves me like their own daughter and my brother in law and sisters in law who accept me kindly to be in their family. Thank you to my foster sisters, best friends and long lost buddies who always love me. Thank you to all my friends who love me with all your heart, accept and treat me as a good friend. Thanks to my teachers, lecturers, mentors, leaders and bosses who made me the person I am today. Thank you to all my readers and followers who support and love my write up and photos, it means the world to me.

Another special person is my husband who never failed to support me, especially in my bad times and always believed in my strengths and guides me to improve my weaknesses. I will be so much different than I am today if I never met you in my life and have you as my husband. Thank you for your endless love, patience, motivation, surprises and gifts. And for all of these, I thank God the Almighty for giving me such wonderful people in my life and make them stay to celebrate my life with them. Despite the challenges I faced in my life and all the losses I have encountered, I am grateful for all the blessings You have showered me and You always know what’s the best for me.

I am not perfect and will never be, but I hope and will try my best to improve myself day by day. I hope someday if I am no longer in the world, my families and friends will remember and pray for me. I also hope my writings can provide some motivation and inspire some out there.

Birthday is another day for us to celebrate our life, nonetheless to me it is also to celebrate the people around me who is always there to support me and love me kindly. A million thank you to all of you and Happy Birthday to each and every one of you for loving me.

P.S. Apologies for the long note (just like receiving an award, lol, but if it is this long, I surely will be kicked by the organizer because it’s damn long :P). Nevertheless, this is how I felt and I am truly blessed, thus this is my expression of gratitude to all of you. If I missed mentioning you, even the slightest, you know all your good and memorable times with me, so you are one of them and thanks to you too.

Hubby loves..he truly know what a writer really love❤😘

Photo Credit to my friends, Winnie, Harp and Liza for capturing moments at Madam Kwan Restaurant. Thanks to Taran for organising and Desmond, Lilian and all for celebrating my birthday this time. Missing more sisters, Aira, Jofina amd Suriyani. Let's celebrate more next time. 😘❤🌷🌸 

Lots of love,

Monday, October 30, 2017

Dear all,

From the bottom of my heart, I would like to apologise to any of you who is reading this if I ever did anything wrong to you in my life. Be it through my writings, words or actions. This is an open apology note to those I have known in my life, personally or just a friend in social media platform or anyone out there who knows me. I know I can’t please everyone but I always try my best not to hurt anyone’s feelings. If I ever cause you any pain in any manner, please forgive me.

I have lived my life for 26 years and I would like to take this opportunity to relive more years to come with a greater purpose and more noble friendships. Apologising is never easy, but to forgive and forget is the hardest. I have learned that in the end, a life of content is to ask for forgiveness, forgive people and try to forget what has happened. Although that doesn’t mean that we should take someone's kindness for granted. Holding grudges will eventually eat you up day by day and make you a person full of anger and disappointment. Let’s respect and understand each other better, that’s the best.

I wish turning 27 is not just another birthday, but a day, and more years to come with greater future filled with love from my families, friends and colleagues, more wisdom and experience that I can learn and hope I can benefit others as well through my work, writings, photos and work of art.

Thank you for being there with me through my whole life or even just a day, I have understood life better by having all of you in my life. Thanks for cherishing, supporting and appreciating me all this while. You all know who you are. It means a lot.

I wish the best to all of you and may we all live a great future together with good intentions and positive energy.

Sofia Naznim

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Yesterday, something magical transpired. I was out for lunch with my colleague. On our way back, out of the blue he stopped me for a while and asked me, do you believe in magic? I’m like “Yeah, I do. I know most of the magician is an illusionist but perhaps out of this 7 billion people, maybe one or two can really do magic. Maybe..”, I told my friend. He said “Okay. Let me show you some magic..”

Then he showed me his magic trick using a necklace and a ring and how the ring suddenly twisted (a knot) without him do the knot. Interesting and it was indeed a good illusion. He gave me and I tried to pull it off like he did, but I failed (obviously hahaha). So..he exposed me the trick again and how he really does it and I was like, ‘that’s cool’. But I told him, that was not magic, indeed a good illusion.

So we walked back to our office and on the way back, I suddenly thought of my access card that I kept in my jacket and checked it out. “Oh no! It’s gone. I think it dropped somewhere” I told my friend anxiously. I told him there was money together with the card (consider a lot).

Unfortunately, my jacket pocket had torn and it was big until the card fell of the pocket without me realizing. He told me if there’s a lot of money, people who find it, might take the money and throw away the card because there’s no number or anything to contact me from the card even if they want to return the card. I said “that’s true, but I hope someone finds the card and send me back the card”..He said “Very unlikely”..And so we tried to back track, search for it, but failed.

After the unsuccessful ‘rescue card mission’, we went back to the office and all I can do at that moment was file a report that my card was missing to the admin team. They took the note and informed me that I have to do a new card with a charge of RM 50 for the building management fee.

I was sad because it was unfortunate that I lost my card and I have to fork out more money to pay it, but yes, that’s the fee. I sat down at my desk and work on some work first before going to the building management to make the card payment and suddenly my office phone rang and I answered. “Sofia, someone found your card, she said please collect from her at the next door building because she said there’s money inside the card. She found our office number behind the access card. Her name is Adura and this is her number..”. I was like “Oh my God, thank you so much and I jot down her name and number..” I quickly call her and she was so nice and I thanked her so much for her kindness.

I went down and on my way I bought her some yogurt drinks at my lobby as a token of appreciation to her and her friends that helped found and kept my access card and money safe. When I reached there, I saw her and thanked her so much and I hand over her the drinks. She refused and said I don’t have to give her anything at all, but I said “Please, it’s my token of appreciation and may God bless you and friends”. She said “Thank you very much and please go back, it’s going to rain”.

I went back to my office happily, not just because I got back my access card and money, but because I met a beautiful soul (souls-her friends too!) which is pretty rare these days for people to find something and return back to the owner. I told my magician friend “Guess what? Someone returned the card to me and that was magical” and I told him the whole story. He was like “Woah, that is truly a magic and that’s a real one”. We both smiled.

Today, I told my admin friend in snippets of the story and she said ‘Yesterday, right after your loss, another lady also lost her card, but someone found it and return to her. Yesterday was a lucky day for both of you. Usually when the card is lost, it will loss forever, no return”. I told her, yes, very lucky and magical.

Why I share this story is because sometimes when you think that there is so many bad or evil people, but there is still good and beautiful soul out there. Rare but there is. Everyone has its good and bad side. It depends on us, which side we want it to be more, the good or the bad.

When we are in a difficult situation and bad things happened, it is a course for us to learn more about life. Never give up, pray and always do your best. Thank you for those who have helped me in my life journey all this while, no matter how small it is. You guys have showed and teach me valuable lessons in life and I thanked you for that.

Kindness, this is the 21st century magic, rare of its kind, but it's real.

Do good, spread kindness and may we have kindness and humanity for each other and other beings in this world. J


Wednesday, October 25, 2017

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This is an educational sharing. I took down the notes during this course so I can absorb the knowledge better and share with my readers. I have taken this course through Coursera, an education-technology focused company that offer numerous online courses. They offer many courses and certifications from top universities. My Company has partnered with Coursera and there are plenty of courses that I can learn and to me, that is totally awesome because I can learn new subjects and learn as much as I can. I really love learning, so this entry is for those who love to learn as well. ;)

This is a summary of what I have learned (it is not in detail, but more simple points and notes for basic understanding). 

If you are interested on the course, check out https://www.coursera.org/ to learn as many courses as you can from foundation courses to advanced courses.  I completed this course for 2 days for a one week course (depends how you manage your time and how fast you learn) and I earned my certification from John Hopkins University through Coursera. You can try it too. :D 

I will share more educational entry more to come. Stay tuned and hope you learned something out of my data science summary! :)

Sofia's Learning Summary: A Crash Course in Data Science
Credit to Coursera: John Hopkins University

📘 Data science is only useful when the data are used to answer a question
📘 Data science is not data, it is science
📘 Data science also known as knowledge discovery and data mining (KDD)
📘 Data science is the process of formulating a quantitative question that can be answered with data, collecting and cleaning the data, analyzing the data, and communicating the answer to the question to a relevant audience

The best machine learning method
1) Interpretable
2) Simple
3) Accurate
4) Fast (to train and test)
5) Scalable

In short, data science is answering specific questions with data

What is statistics good for?
Statistics is the practice of science of collecting and analysing numerical data in large quantities, especially for the purpose of inferring proportions in a whole from those in a representative sample.

1) Descriptive analysis - brain MRI scan cognitive example
2) Statistical inference - the process of making conclusions about populations from a sample
3) Prediction - stock market
4) Statistical design - clinical trial, AB design

Machine Learning - is a set of algorithms that can take a set of inputs (data) and return a prediction

2 activities of machine learning:

1) Supervised learning - using a collection of predictors and some observed outcomes to build an algorithm to predict the outcome when it is not observed; random forests, boosting, SVMs (support vector machines). E.g: the development of regression

2) Unsupervised learning - trying to uncover unobserved. factors;clustering, mixture models, principal components. E.g: the computation of the g-factor (psychometrics)

📘 Evaluates results via prediction performance
📘 Concern for overfitting but not model complexity per se
📘 Emphasis on performance over population modeling
📘 Generalizability is obtained through performance on novel datasets
📘 Concern over performance and robustness

Traditional statistical analysis

📘 Emphasizes superpopulation inference
📘 Focuses on a-priori hypotheses
📘 Simpler models preferred over complex ones
📘 Emphasis on parameter interpretability
📘 Emphasis on modeling or sampling assumptions
📘 Concern over performance and robustness

1) Both approaches are valuable
2) Amount of tolerable model/algorithm complexity changes dramatically
3) Goals of the approaches are different

Further reading:
1) Rise of the machines by Larry Wasserman
2) Statistical modeling: The Two Cultures by Leo Breiman
3) Classifier Technology and the Illusion of Progress by David J. Hand

What is software engineering or data science?

Types of Software

📘 - just some code
📘~that you wrote code at all is the first step
📘~encapsulate automation with a loop or similar
📘 - some sort of function
📘 ~first level of abstraction; defined 'interface'
📘 - software package
📘 ~API+convenience for user (documentation)

Rule of Thumb

📘 Do it once: write some code and document it well
📘 Do it twice: Write a function (or equivalent)
📘 Do it three times: Write a package with docs

Structure of a data science project

📘 Question (between the 6 types of questions)
📘 EDA (exploratory data analysis) -are the data suitable for the question? - sketch the solution
📘 Formal Modeling
📘 Interpretation
📘 Communication
📘 Decision

The output of a data science experiment

📘Reports: clearly written, narrative, concise conclusions, omit the unnecessary, reproducible
📘Presentations: clearly presented, narrative, concise conclusions, omit the unnecessary, reproducible
📘Web pages and apps: easy to use, documentation, code commented, version control

Defining Success
1) New knowledge is created
2) Decisions or policies are made based on the outcome of the experiment
3) A report, presentation or app with impact is created
4) It is learned that the data can't answer the question being asked of it

Data Science Toolbox
Collection of tools that are used to store, process, analyze and communicate results of data science experiments.

📘 R programming
📘 Phyton
📘 MongoDB
📘 Hadoop
📘 Spark
📘 Stack Overflow

Separating Hype from Value

📘 What is the question you are trying to answer with data?
📘 Do you have the data to answer that question?
📘 If you could answer the question, could you use the answer?

Do share with me if you know more about Data Science. Would love to learn more :D

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Best regards,

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

So, you have decided you want to travel but don’t know the right time to go or which continent to explore? Here is a comprehensive list of three stunning continents and the best time to travel to each of these majestic parts of the world.


There are 3 main seasons for travelling in Europe, which are high, low and shoulder. Every one of these seasons has its own benefits and drawbacks that will have an impact on your travelling experience.

June to August (High Season)

The peak of summer in Europe is from June to August and these months are called the high season. The weather is amazing, as Europe doesn’t get much rain during this time of the year. Al fresco dining is awesome during this time, even at night, so staying out late is a definite option. Long summer days also mean the sun doesn’t set till quite late at night, especially in Northern Europe. So, there is a lot of sightseeing that can be crammed in during the day before watching the sunset and enjoying your al fresco dinner on an European patio. A lot of popular tourist attractions are open throughout the season so you can see and do so much. Remember, with crowds of tourists and locals; always mind your social etiquettes. Last but not least, Europe hosts hundreds of outdoor music festivals during the summer because the weather is lovely.

November to April (Low Season)

With exception of the Alps where the high season is from late December to March because of skiers, low season in Europe takes place from November to April. Besides the Alps, Europe is home to a lot of great locations for winter sports and activities. Speaking of thrilling activities, it is a good idea to get a comprehensive travel insurance plan so that you can be easily reimbursed in the event of a calamity or accident. This is also the ideal time to travel to Europe for budget travellers, as prices drop as low as 30% less than the high season, so purchasing good travel insurance should be a cinch. It’s also a wonderful time to visit famous locations like the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, Louvre, the Tower of London, the Coliseum and St. Peter’s Basilica without the intense crowds of tourists during the high season. So, there is no need to wait in long lines and crowded trains.

April to June and September to November (Shoulder Season)

These are some of the best months to visit Europe. Spring is in full bloom from April to June and the ambush of seasonal travellers has not begun. Europe’s many parks and gardens will be blossoming with a plethora of vibrant flowers. September to November is great for travelling too because the weather is cool and you’ll see colorful autumn leaves everywhere. Prices also remain low during the shoulder season.


When you travel to this continent, take note of the weather, wildlife and events that are happening.


November through February is typically the best time to travel to Asia as its drier and cooler. Malaysia and Indonesia experience dry seasons from April to October. Wet monsoon rains fall from June to October in most countries, making it difficult to dive, surf, hike or sunbathe.


If you are an animal lover, Taman Negara National Park in Malaysia is a great place to see smaller “big” cats, bats, snakes and flying squirrels. The best time to visit is between February and September. The months of March till October are the perfect times to see the endangered orangutans of Borneo. If you are planning to visit Thailand, Khao Sok National Park in Southern Thailand is a perfect place to see leopards, sun bears, gibbons, tigers and elephants.


It's recommended that you plan your travel around Thailand's Songkran festival from April 13 to 15th, when Thais celebrate their New Year by flooding the streets while wielding water guns, buckets of water and handfuls of talcum powder. In September, the Laos Dragon Boat Race is held in every riverside town. This race features vibrant costumes and a parade on water. If you want to travel to Laos in early November, head to the Pha That Luang temple in Vientiane where thousands of Buddhists gather. It’s truly an amazing sight to behold.

South America

Interestingly, South America’s seasons are opposite of North America’s seasons. So, when it’s summer in North America, Europe and Asia, it’s wintertime in South America. There’s also a good time to go to South America and there’s a great time to go to South America. Here are a few famous spots and the months when it’s a great time to go.


Much like Europe, shoot for the shoulder season, which is during April and May. It’s when the cool, crystal clear air makes its way from the arctic, pushing off the tropical haze from the north. The Argentine summer is from December to March, and during this time, days are sunny and warm. This is the best time to visit Patagonia.


Avoid Carnival, Easter, Christmas, New Year and the Brazilian summer from December to February because of the crowds. If you want to go during those months, just be sure to book your Brazilian vacation ahead of time. The Brazilian winter, from June to August allows coastal towns like Rio de Janeiro to still enjoy warm temperatures. If you want to see the Amazon Rainforest, go during the dry season, which is between June and December. There is less rain and fewer bugs. To see a myriad of wildlife, then battle the rainy season between January and May.


The best time to go to this amazing part of South America is during December to March, when there are plenty of festivals to enjoy and partake in. The best time to soak up the sun is from July to August. Avoid April and May as it will be rainy in Colombia. If you don’t like crowds, don’t plan a trip during June to July and the holiday season in December.


The wonderful thing about Peru is that you can go there all year-round and have the best time. This is because Peru is situated close to the equator and has mild winters and summers. High in the Andes Mountains, in the Peruvian cloud forest is where the incredible Machu Picchu is located. Here, there are distinct wet and dry seasons. Typically, the rainy season is from November to February, so you might get wet if you plan on visiting Machu Picchu or hiking the Inca Trail. Bring a poncho or rain jacket along. Remember this important fact before planning a trip to Peru; the Inca Trail is closed every February for trail maintenance. The best time to go is April or May. Everything is lush and green. There are no clouds, less crowds and beautiful, deep blue skies.

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M.J. George
Menaka George is a professional copywriter with a Masters in Business Administration. She has written weekly blogs for Malaysia’s Largest Online Wine Shop, WineTalk and over 1000 product descriptions for EBay. She currently contributes digital articles to various commercial and corporate giants.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Before you leave for your next exciting international trip, take a moment to think about the ringgits and cents, or should we say pounds and pesos? Carrying currency on a holiday is a delicate balancing act between utility and safety. The key is to make your money difficult to access so that it deters thieves and pickpockets. Gone were the days of carrying traveller’s checks around. Today, all of us are more likely to use cash from ATM withdrawals and credit or debit cards, which usually offer better exchange rates and lower fees than traveller’s checks. All you need are some tips and tricks to avoid losing money on a vacation. To give yourself additional peace of mind, purchase an all-inclusive travel insurance plan so that you will be reimbursed in the event of an abhorred calamity. Once you have done that, keep these tricks up your sleeve so that you keep the pesky thieves away.

1. Split Your Money

Whenever you can, divvy up your travel cash as well as credit cards into a few safe spots. When all your money is in one spot, it makes it easier for a thief to take all of it at once. For instance, keep some money on your person and some in your bag. In the event your bag gets lost or snatched, you still have another stash to tie you through till you get to a police station or back to your hotel.

2. Prioritize On Your Person Storage

There are many under clothing storage accessories today that are much more effective than neck pouches and money belts. Though these classics still can get the job done, the newer options are more discreet like bra, long johns, and underwear as well as under shirts that have built-in pockets for secure storage. These on body storage accessories are especially useful if you’re sleeping somewhere that doesn’t have a secure place for cash and other valuables. Also, not forgetting when you accidentally fall asleep at airports or on trains and buses.

3. Keep Small Bills

As there are many virtues of dividing money, there are also many advantages of carrying smaller denominations of currency that is easily accessible when you are out and about. Albeit, changing or withdrawing large amounts of money reduces the fees, it also means that you’ll be travelling with far more cash and larger bills. With smaller notes, you’ll avoid pulling out the local equivalent of a $100-dollar bill when you want to buy something for 30 cents. Always make sure you’ve got a variety of small bills and coins ready for small purchases like souvenirs, food and any local attraction entry tickets. One of the best money safety tips is to stash away the larger bills in your under clothing storage pocket or tuck them into a secure part of your wallet or bag and stick to small bills.

4. Invest In An Anti-Theft Bag

Some bags are just tougher than others and this applies to all travel purses, backpacks and bags. There are bags today that are specifically designed with travel safety in mind. These bags have features like steel-cable-reinforced shoulder straps, slash-proof fabric, and locking zippers and are even cut-proof. Qualities like these slow down thieves and deter opportunistic pickpockets.

5. Keep A Dummy Wallet and Keep Your Real Wallet Trim

If you are planning a vacation to a place that is known for muggings or pickpocketing, contemplate getting a cheap wallet and keep smalls bills and sample cards in it to make it look real. Hopefully, a dummy wallet will stop pickpockets from getting to your real wallet. It’s also something for you throw and run in the case of an actual mugging. It will buy you time to escape safely with your real wallet. Speaking of your real wallet, you aren’t going to need that restaurant discount card or your library card when you are 6,000 miles away from home. Before your holiday, vet through your wallet and remove everything except the bare necessities like your international credit card, back up credit cards, your ID and insurance card. Not only are you less likely to lose the things in your wallet, it will help you travel lighter. If your wallet does get stolen or lost, you’ll have less to replace.

6. Buy A Travel Wallet

Besides getting a dummy wallet, you may also want to consider a wallet that is designed specifically for travel. If you are the kind of person whose everyday wallet is choc full of cards like gym memberships, library cards, pre-paid coffee cards and frequent buyer cards, the pockets of your wallet are more often than not, stretched out. The pockets will be loose when you minimize the contents before you travel. By buying a travel-only wallet, your essential cards will have snug pockets and they can’t slip out accidentally. As you check off all the countries on your travel bucket list, you won’t have to unpack and repack your day-to-day wallet. All you need to do is switch out what you need according to your next destination.

7. Money Alternatives

Amongst all the money safety tips, this one is probably the easiest to do. If you are visiting a metropolitan city, get yourself a multi-use ticket or a travel pass so you can forgo your cash or credit card when you hop from buses to trains. Most cities’ public transportation system offers multi-use cards like London’s Oyster card or San Francisco’s Clipper card. Paris offers a “carnet” on its metro, which gets you 10 single-ride tickets for one discounted price. Take advantage of these facilities so that you can reduce your chances of losing your wallet by simply retrieving and stowing it fewer times.
8. Stow Securely

Speaking of stowing your wallet, sometimes the best way to protect your money is to not carry it all. Most hotels’ in-room safes are pretty secure. If you have a wad of cash or an item that you’re particularly anxious about, check with the concierge if the hotel has a safe-deposit box behind the desk. If you do decide to use the hotels behind the desk safe, just remember to collect your items before you leave. When you are packing and leaving in a hurry, you can easily forget your items. As the saying goes, “out of sight, out of mind.” Leave a colorful post-it note in your room or on your suitcase as a reminder to retrieve your things at the concierge.


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M.J. George
Menaka George is a professional copywriter with a Masters in Business Administration. She has written weekly blogs for Malaysia’s Largest Online Wine Shop, WineTalk and over 1000 product descriptions for EBay. She currently contributes digital articles to various commercial and corporate giants.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Luis Fonsi - Despacito ft. Daddy Yankee
If you love to dance, this is a great music to dance with a partner and even friends! :D
Beautiful and sensual music.
I always love Spanish songs ;)

Despacito Spanish Lyric

Oh no, oh no
Oh yeah
Diridiri, dirididi Daddy

Sí, sabes que ya llevo un rato mirándote
Tengo que bailar contigo hoy (DY)
Vi que tu mirada ya estaba llamándome
Muéstrame el camino que yo voy (Oh)

Tú, tú eres el imán y yo soy el metal
Me voy acercando y voy armando el plan

Solo con pensarlo se acelera el pulso (Oh yeah)
Ya, ya me está gustando más de lo normal
Todos mis sentidos van pidiendo más
Esto hay que tomarlo sin ningún apuro

Quiero respirar tu cuello despacito
Deja que te diga cosas al oído
Para que te acuerdes si no estás conmigo

Quiero desnudarte a besos despacito
Firmo en las paredes de tu laberinto
Y hacer de tu cuerpo todo un manuscrito (sube, sube, sube)
(Sube, sube)

Quiero ver bailar tu pelo
Quiero ser tu ritmo
Que le enseñes a mi boca
Tus lugares favoritos (favoritos, favoritos baby)

Déjame sobrepasar tus zonas de peligro
Hasta provocar tus gritos
Y que olvides tu apellido (Diridiri, dirididi Daddy)

(DY) Si te pido un beso ven dámelo
Yo sé que estás pensándolo
Llevo tiempo intentándolo
Mami, esto es dando y dándolo
Sabes que tu corazón conmigo te hace bom, bom
Sabes que esa beba está buscando de mi bom, bom
Ven prueba de mi boca para ver cómo te sabe
Quiero, quiero, quiero ver cuánto amor a ti te cabe
Yo no tengo prisa, yo me quiero dar el viaje
Empecemos lento, después salvaje

Pasito a pasito, suave suavecito
Nos vamos pegando poquito a poquito
Cuando tú me besas con esa destreza
Veo que eres malicia con delicadeza

Pasito a pasito, suave suavecito
Nos vamos pegando, poquito a poquito
Y es que esa belleza es un rompecabezas
Pero pa montarlo aquí tengo la pieza

Quiero respirar tu cuello despacito
Deja que te diga cosas al oído
Para que te acuerdes si no estás conmigo

Quiero desnudarte a besos despacito
Firmo en las paredes de tu laberinto
Y hacer de tu cuerpo todo un manuscrito (sube, sube, sube)
(Sube, sube)

Quiero ver bailar tu pelo
Quiero ser tu ritmo
Que le enseñes a mi boca
Tus lugares favoritos (favoritos, favoritos baby)

Déjame sobrepasar tus zonas de peligro
Hasta provocar tus gritos
Y que olvides tu apellido

Vamos a hacerlo en una playa en Puerto Rico
Hasta que las olas griten "¡ay, bendito!"
Para que mi sello se quede contigo

Pasito a pasito, suave suavecito
Nos vamos pegando, poquito a poquito
Que le enseñes a mi boca
Tus lugares favoritos (favoritos, favoritos baby)

Pasito a pasito, suave suavecito
Nos vamos pegando, poquito a poquito
Hasta provocar tus gritos
Y que olvides tu apellido (DY)

Justin Bieber - "Despacito" ft. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee

A mix of English and Spanish. Perfect :)

Despacito (Remix) Lyric

Into: Justin Bieber
Coming over in my direction
So thankful for that, it's such a blessin', yeah
Turn every situation into heaven, yeah
Oh-oh, you are
My sunrise on the darkest day
Got me feelin' some kind of way
Make me wanna savor every moment slowly, slowly
Yout fit me tailor-made, love how you put it on
Got the only key, know how to turn it on
The way you nibble on my ear, the only words I wanna hear
Baby, take it slow so we can last long

The rest is the same as above (Spanish lyric)

Attention & Despacito Mashup (English Spanish Cover) Charlie Puth, Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi
If you love the song, Attention and Despacito, this is a fantastic mashup.

Luis Fonsi - Despacito (Malay Version - Incognito) 2017
Classic, funny Malay version. They have nice voice too.

Luis Fonsi - Despacito (Malay Female Version ) 2017
I guess this is a reply version to the Male Malay version. I really love the music remake with the violin effect!

Despacito - Daddy Yankee & Luis Fonsi ft Justin Bieber (cover)
A cover by Shahida Supian. I like her voice. No editing, just pure good voice.

Parodi Despacito (Edisi Ramadhan) - W/NSG
How to react to this - have a good laugh (este segelas) while sing with your friends!

Updated May 2018: Despacito is the hottest song in YouTube with 5.1 Billion views to date! 
That's just one year after I shared this song in my blog. Crazy..Still loving it..;D

Enjoy Despacito! :D

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