Every blog has their own style of writing and probably has their own theme. I personally enjoy reading some of the blogs and I would like to thank them for supporting my blog too. Their comments are very much appreciated. Here are some blogs that I love to read and why.
Firstly, Eugene's blog. Wow! This blog touches a lot on social issues and about his personal life. I know some people may not be happy about his open minded character, but I love reading real life stories that actually has a lot of moral values. It makes him a person with a gentle heart. His sentimental writing style touches my heart too. He values his family more than anything and that keeps me motivated to love my family even more.
Secondly, Mei Teng. Mei Teng is a Malaysian migrated to Australia (Just a wild guess). I get to know her through other blog. Her writing is simple and easy to understand, especially for those bloggers who are not really fluent in English. Since I am a free lance photographer, what interest me the most is that the photos that she took for her blog. I really enjoy looking at her photos and sometimes I look at her photos over and over again.
Thirdly, the Manglish blog. Before I opened his blog, I thought he is going to write his blog with broken English because Manglish is a short form for "Malaysian English" (I suppose Malaysians speak broken English. Hahaha). However, it turned out to be the other way. He writes good English and I admire that. I learn a few new vocabulary from his blog. What I like about his story is that, he writes about controversial issues that might be a taboo in our society. But his openness on certain issues is really entertaining and mind blowing. On top of that, I must say that he is wise in choosing his words since none of his writing are offensive, but rather create interests in reading his blog. Well done bro!
Finally, Cyril's blog. I love reading his blog because he is very resourceful. He keeps us updated of what is going on in Kuching and he helps Kuching bloggers to get special passes (tickets) for special events such as the Rainforest Music Festival and any events at BCCK. At times, he also touches on controversial issues like Manglish and that makes his blog very interesting to read. What makes me continue reading his blog? Well...we have one thing in common,... we are both teachers.