40 • Kajang, Selangor, Malaysie
Femme / Divorcé / Identité: 10017854
Cherchant Homme 30 - 45 Pour: Amitié, Mariage
Connexion: Il y a plus de 12 mois
Ayant des enfants:
Plage / Parcs, Jeux de société / de cartes, Camping / Nature, Ordinateurs / Internet, Restaurants, Musique (regarder), Films / Cinéma, Informations / Politique, Philosophie / Spiritualité, Poésie, Lecture, Science et technologie, Voyages, TV : divertissements, Jeux vidéo / en ligne
Du Moyen-Orient, Fruits de mer, Indien, Italien, Chinois / Dim Sum, Japonais / Sushi Espagnol, Thaï, Traiteur, Coréen, Végétarien / Bio, Fast-food / Pizza, Mexicain
Alternatif, Jazz / Blues, Pop, Rock
Randonnée, Plongée sous-marine / Plongée libre, Natation
Let's see... Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, The Prestige, Batman (Christopher Nolan's version), most of Pixar's movies, Pirates of the Caribbean, Gladiator, Looper... you get the gist.
Who has just one favourite book?? Somewhat a nerd, so favourite books revolve around fantasy fiction - Dragonlance, and generally books by Margaret Weis. Also have a lot of classics, religion and philosophy, some history, a bit of poetry. Still have a subscription to a popular science magazine, which covers interests in biology, ecology, environmental science, psychology, astrophysics, etc.
Wide variety - Malaysians love food, and welcome the world's varied cuisines.
Mostly practical and casual. I can do the dressing up thing when I want to, though.
A little bit silly, a little bit morbid. Love irony and satire as long as it's not mean-spirited.
It evolves and still evolving.
Quite a few, mostly Southeast Asia and bits of Europe, Morocco, New Zealand, Australia. I have lived in the UK a little bit. I tend to get on with English people easily wherever I've worked or lived - so, special mention. At this time I'm fairly mobile in my work, or can be.
I've adapted to a different culture before (I married into the English; the divorce was for reasons unrelated to cultural adaptation), but it would have to be a culture I can feel 'myself' in. But if it is, then I may actually prefer that. If a partner from my own culture, he must be not too attached to our culture and be more open to being a global citizen.
"Perfect" will vary depending on who I'm with. I'm not a showy person - it's not important to me for people to see the 'romantic' gestures. Real romance is when you show you see each other.
Logical, analytical, inspired, playful, curious, serious, reflective.