The group of idealists who set up a “lazy-man village” utopia in rural Malaysia, not far from the Sky Kingdom, where no one wanted for money, thought they had it so right. But things always turn sour. In this case, not in the way you would expect.
Thirty-four-year-old occupant Kelvin recently admitted that he had a terrible secret. “I have not been able to get married although I have had five girlfriends. I’m tired all the time. My employers fired me because I could not concentrate on my work,” he said, adding that he had changed jobs at least 10 times. But living in such peace and tranquility, why is that?
This is why.
– Tim Hancock