One Way Ticket

My trip to Kuala Lumpur is confirmed. I will be going on 28 May. Since the last time I was there, I have made a few more friends that I would like to meet. A bloggers meet is in the works. The date and venue has yet to be finalised. It will most probably be one of the Sundays in June and before the Project Petaling Street 2nd Anniversary Gathering.

Author: Peter Tan

Peter Gabriel Tan. Penangite residing in the Klang Valley. Blissfully married to Wuan. A LaSallian through and through. Slave to three cats. Wheelchair user since 1984. End-stage renal disease since 2017. Principal Facilitator at Peter Tan Training specialising in Disability Equality Training. Former columnist of Breaking Barriers with The Borneo Post. This blog chronicles my life, thoughts and opinions. Connect with me on Twitter and Facebook.

23 thoughts on “One Way Ticket”

  1. so peter, you will be abandoning penang bloggers and plan to meet kl bloggers instead? 🙁

    just kidding. i’m happy for you to meet old friends *KL bloggers you had met before) and new blogger friends.

    wow! before PPS 2nd anniv. gathering you” have a bloggers meet and you will be at the PPS 2nd anniv. gathering too? lucky you and ‘laku’ you! get to meet so many bloggers and every bloggers wants to meet you!

    enjoy your trip to KL and enjoy yourself much more with your KL bloggers friends.

  2. Silencers,
    I will be staying at Wuan’s place at Pandan Perdana. A pre-PPS Gathering will be nice. Will look for suitable venue and dates and update in my blog. Can’t wait to meet you guys again.

    Thanks. Blogging has done me a world of good. I have mande so many new friends. Life is good.

  3. eh eh…i also wanna come! but if possible, pleaseeee don’t make it (again) at starbucks??? (i’m a poor guy trying to make ends meet-hehe)

  4. One way ticket eh, Peter?
    Well, let me be the first to shout this: WELCOME TO KL!!! ;P

    Oh, do try to brush up your Cantonese. It’s a survival skill…

  5. Peter,

    Good to know that u r coming to KL again. Muz meet up this time round…hehe. Give me a tinkle when u r here yah?

  6. Ooo.. blog meet! 🙂 As long as it’s not the last Sunday of May (and hopefully not the first Sunday of June either) I’ll be there. Unless of course you say I can’t go lahz.

  7. graceshu,
    Please share what you thought was so funny.

    I am counting too.

    I am your one-wish-genie and I have granted you your wish.

    Thank you. I speak Cantonese very fluently by the way.

    Will do.

    Give me a call when you hit KL.

    Sorry, I have already used up the wish. Granted it to dave. But try to make it, ok?


    Are are most welcome to join us.

    I will get to meet you and Jayelle too!

  8. A prize? Why, better understanding of KL culture is *prize enough* no? Ok, err.. uhmm… alrite, how about a year’s supply of Brylcreem Hair Gel for your face. Oopsie. Your hair, I mean. 😀

    Jokes aside, the Cantonese dialect is an etremely expressive one. It’s fun – very rich in puns and muances.. no better advertisement for this than Sam Hui!!

  9. percolator,
    I also understand the KL culture very well. How about a one year supply of Creme de la Mer instead?

    You are a Cantonese?

  10. Eh? This is getting gooder and gooder!
    Creme de la mer?
    What, you have iron overload? Heh! Heh! Heh!
    We (at least I am) are seeing a different side of Peter. Nice, very nice. 😛

  11. Peter,
    Oh, Cantonese is not my dialect. As any KL-ite would tell you, Cantonese just ‘comes with the territory’. I’m actually a Hokkien. I’ll have you know my Hokkien is as good as my Malay; ie truly pathetic. Hehe! Why? perhaps something to do with the fact that I find KL Hokkien to be terriblyy coarse compared to Penang Hokkien (easier on the ears I think).

  12. percolator,
    Well, I am Teochew, cannot speak a word of it, although I speak several other dialects.

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