Is a self-confessed bibliophile
other than being an early adopter
, an avid gamer, a geek, nerd, role-player, anime otaku, and trekker.
His first online project was in 1998 when he launched the unofficial website for Ansalon MUD
(a text-based, telnet online game) and his own community forums Laibcoms.Community
. By 2003 he created his work blog GM-Yukino
which grew into gameshogun
™, and techmagus
™ over the years.
Yuki's latest project is Verses.Space
™, a Free Culture / Creative Commons, collaborative, and shared-world, worldbuilding and writing project.
His hubsite is Tomes of Knowledge
™. He also runs YourOnly.One
™, One Way Faith
™, Adorable & Beautiful
™, Clean Real Food
™, and other online properties.
You can confirm his identity from his Keybase profile
and learn more by reading his central bio
The National Flower of Burma/Myanmar, “Pterocarpus macrocarpus”, known locally as Burma padauk, is a flower that represents youth, love, and romance.
The National Flower of Malaysia is “Hibiscus rosa-sinensis” or Bunga Raya. It is used as an expectorant in bronchitis, for general coughs, and as a refrigerant drink in fevers.
The official symbol and national flower of Laos is the “Plumeria rubra” or Dok Champa in Lao. It blooms everyday in various colors and has a sweet scent.
Indonesia, one of two nations in the world with many islands. They also have three National Flowers, the Moon Orchid; the largest single flower Rafflesia; and the Sacred Jasmine.
Rumduol or “Sphaerocoryne affinis”, is the National Flower of the Kingdom of Cambodia. It has been part of the Khmer literary history and culture for centuries.
The National Flower of Brunei – the Simpor. “Dillenia beccariana” or “River Simpor”, and “Dillenia suffruticosa” or “Shrubby Simpoh”.
So for an ordinary citizen like me, what are the interesting bits and sections of the ASEAN Charter? Read on to know what interests me most. (Note: I did not include Human Rights sections.)