Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Xi-Men-Ting @ South City Plaza

I went to Xi-Men-Ting at South City Plaza with my dear on one beautiful weekend. Previously, we went to the Xi-Men-Ting branch at OUG Plaza (has been closed down now). I ordered set menu, which is priced at RM11.90. It comes with taiwan style deep fry fish fillet rice, konjac jelly, and a choice of either coffee, lipton tea, or ice honey green tea.My dear ordered pickled vegetables and chicken meat with noodles, with price tag of RM6.90. Pickled vegetables is nice.Below is picture of both Konjac Jelly and ice honey green tea.The food in Xi-Men-Ting is really nice and the price is quite reasonable. For a normal set menu, I think the portion will be nice for guys. However, the choice of food is quite limited. If I am not mistaken, they have another branch in UE3 Cheras.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Painting an angelic love story

This is the story of 2 lovebirds; HP and KY.From the moment I dreamt of her, I have always noticed her sweet smile. Her morning voice really can cause me diabetes (too sweet!). The journey that we had is very memorable. We have to bear the scars that come along, but I believe that will make us stronger. I get to see life from another point of view.

The journey that we traveled together add in another chords into my life. Let’s always be on the move to explore the beauty of this world together.

Thank you for being me with and you’re always the apple of my heart.

나는 당신을 사랑합니다

Monday, September 22, 2008

Mid Autumn at Teluk Chempedak Beach

Every year during the Mid Autumn Festival, Kuantan people will gather at the famous Teluk Chempedak Beach, or also known as TC. You can see people of all ages, friends, families, and people from other states also flocked to the beach. ‘People sea, people mountain’ at the beach.The best part of playing lantern at the beach is, we no need to worry about causing massive fire. Although playing lantern at the beach can be quite bad to the environment, I am sure Majlis Perbandaran Kuantan (MPK) will clean up the area the next day. That’s why Kuantan is one of the cleanest town in Malaysia.

Me and Shal Ling brought Zhi Yong to this beach. He was amazed by the number of people and the bright beach lit by colourful lantern. He was smiling whole night. HaHa..

Kuantan people can be quite creative, they bring their own branches and set up nice lantern. Clap clap clap to them!There is one particular group, who burnt all their lantern before they left the beach. I wonder why they do that. They should have just leave it there for other people to admire.
Well, the most creative design for the night is the ‘Giant Crab’. Well, it may look like spider. It requires a great teamwork from a group of teenagers to come up with the masterpiece. Clap clap clap to them :)All this picture were taken by my friend Choo Uei, using his newly bought Sony Alpha200. If you like those picture, you can check out his POO’s DevianArt.

Happy MoonCake Festival 2008!!

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Crossdressings Day

I am sure most of you have been waiting for this post to see the ‘male’ and ‘female’ in action. Let me introduce the ‘female’ of B104. Creativity is very important when comes to crossdressing day. Buying a wig can be very expensive, so some of us use strings as wig. Some even cut rubbish bin plastic into tiny strings. By the way, can you spot me? HaHa..Next, we have to persuade our senior. Oo, our ‘breast’ is made of balloons, so that it is easier for the senior to ‘rape’ us. During the raping session, you can hear sounds of balloon exploding.Next is a performance by one of the group. It is suppose to be a titanic-alike scene, where the ‘male’ and ‘female’ will end up in the picture shown below.We also have catwalk session. Julian got the award for best ‘female’ of the night. He even put on pantyhose.Not to forget the ‘male’ inspection time, and the punishment time for those who didn’t fulfil the requirement set by seniors.We really had so much fun during the orientation. I heard that crossdressing day has been abolished due to certain reason. Pity our junior. By the way, check out my post on B104 orientation for more fun.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Great customer service

Today I went to Maxis to enquire about additional charge in my phone bill. They charge me extra RM50 for transfer of ownership (obviously, the line has always been mine, why and since when did I transfer my ownership?). For Maxis user out there, do check your bill for every single detail. Be a smart consumer.

Anyway, this post is meant to praise the customer service of Maxis. I head to Maxis Centre in Kuantan, and was really amazed by their efficient and good manner in handling my problem. The person who attend to me is ‘Angie’, and she is very professional. Within 5 minutes, my problems were solved. Also, before I left Maxis, I was given this Maxis Raya small box.

I also like Maxis customer hotline 123 (of course free-of-charge). Each time I called 123, they will provide very satisfied response.

Also, yesterday I went to KWSP office in Indera Mahkota. Well, this is the first time I experience fast and efficient service in government department, even though now is the fasting month. Within 15 minutes, I managed to open one KWSP account.

Let’s clap clap clap for both Maxis and KWSP!!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

B104 Orientation

4 years ago, when I just begin my Uni life in IMU, I have to undergo 1 week of Orientation. It was quite memorable and fun at the same time. I did a lot of crazy stuff that I have not done before in my life.

Day 1 is known as Superstars and Superheroes Day. We have to dress up either as Phu Chu Kang, Superman, Batman, Elvis Presley, Zorro, or Michael Jackson. I am SUPERMAN for day 1, wearing red underwear with green strawberry outside.

Day 2 is known as Crossdressings Day. I will upload more pictures in my next post, so stay tune ar..

Day 3 is known as Cartoons Day & Telematch 1. We have to act as either Ninja Turtle, Mickey mouse, Peter Pan, Popeye, Shin Chan, or Lilo. I am Shin Chan!! I have thick eyebrow, with yellow cap. I also have an elephant bag. Telematch is where we played various games, and being punished with eggs, chillies, etc..

Day 4 is known as Villains Day and Detective Game Day. I cant recall those character during the Villains Day. Detective game is where we played game to find out clue to solve one criminal case given to us.Day 5 is known as Beggars Day and Telematch 2 Day. Basically, we have to dress up like beggars. This is the day all seniors are waiting as they have surprised for juniors. We were being blindfolded to go through a long pathway in IMU. Too bad I couldn’t join on the last day, because I fall sick.Day 6 is prize giving day and buffet night.

I want to take this opportunity to thank my Orientation Officers (OO).

Check out my next post for more pictures on Day 2 - Crossdressings Day.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Create wordpress theme

I am sure most of you want to have your own blog’s design. You want to design something that is unique to you, instead of the same old blog design. I must stress that you need to have some basic knowledge on HTML. You can learn basic CSS if you know a bit on HTML.There are 2 bloggers that I learn from. First is Kai Loon, with his website LoonDesign. This is definitely a place for you to learn more on Photoshop and CSS. I am in the process of making a whole new theme from scratch, thanks to the tutorial by Kai Loon in his themetation website.

Second blogger that I admire is Terry, or well known as TeddY. I really like the simplicity of his teddY-risatioN’s blog. With his newly owned Sony A200, the picture in his blog is really marvellous. He also has some useful Photoshop and CSS tutorial.

Below are some of the tools that I used to design my blog:

  • Adobe Photoshop CS3 (used 90% of the time)
  • Adobe Illustrator CS2
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver

Friday, September 12, 2008

Official Launching of Sony PS3

Today, I received an email from Sony, informing me the official launching of Sony PS3 in Malaysia. Actually, Sony PS3 has been sold in Malaysia for quite some time. This time, they will officially launch it at 1 Utama @ Ground Floor Highstreet New Wing on 20 September 2008.In addition, early birds will be rewarded if they are the first 120 customers to buy PS3:
  • 1st to 3rd customer will get RM1000 Sony Cash Voucher
  • 4th to 21st customer will get RM500 Sony Cash Voucher
  • 22nd to 50th customer will get RM300 Sony Cash Voucher
  • 51st to 120th customer will get RM150 Sony Cash Voucher

I wanted to buy PS3, however, I am not working now, so I don’t have the money.

By the way, Sony also searching for PS3 game girl. There are a few criteria such as minimum height of 165 cm, age between 18 to 25 years old, and must wear white shoes on the competition day. Well, if you’re interested, you can head on to 1 Utama, and who knows, you will be the next Sony PS3 game girl.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


This is just a simple post to introduce Snowy. This dog belongs to my saudari KKX, who is now in Melbourne. Snowy is a mixture of Pomeranian and another breed of dog. The original breed of Pomeranian has a wedge-shaped head, just like fox.This year, I have been taking care of Snowy for a few times, when my dear and her family is not in Kuantan. Initially I had difficulty to feed Snowy, but now I know the tips and tricks to feed.

Snowy can be quite ‘miang’ at some time, especially after missing me for more than a week. Snowy is indeed a very smart dog, always stay on guard, protecting its owner and family. However, Snowy can be easily deceived. HaHa..

Sunday, September 07, 2008

Ee Lin in Kuantan

During the Merdeka weekend, Ee Lin and her church’s friend came to Kuantan for makan-makan trip. So, I brought them to the famous Kuantan Claypot Chicken Rice, where we ordered 6 big pot of claypot chicken rice.

The claypot is famous because it has Marmite-taste. Adrian is the first person to notice the Marmite taste. Clap! Clap! The serve decent amount of salted fish in the claypot. By the way, you can check out my previous post on Kuantan Claypot Chicken Rice for map to the place.

Next, we headed to Jalan Besar, or well known as Salted Fish street. There are a few stalls selling salted fish, as well as keropok there. I met Thomas Chew, senior of mine in IMU, who is now working in Hospital Kuala Lumpur. He owns a Canon 30D. The picture in this post are taken from him.Can you see lots of salted fish at the back of the picture?

Hope you guys enjoy your makan-makan trip to Kuantan. :)

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

IMU Cup Football Champion 2008

First of all, congratulations to my junior for maintaining the title of IMU Cup Football Champion for this year. Last year, we created history by winning the first football cup for Pharmacy. Check out my post on my last year competition IMU Cup Football Champion 2007. I am so proud of you guys!!This year, they new players, including one good player from Korea. His name is Hwa Rang. I played with him once, and he is really a great player. Plus, captain Phang is doing great job in leading the team to win the trophy.
  • Try to spot the handsome Korean guy Hwa Rang in this picture
  • The indian guy really look like Prasad
  • And the chinese guy next to him really look like Vincent of P106

Badminton will be held this weekend at the badminton court in Puchong, near Giant Bandar Kinrara. Go there and give your support to the Pharmacy team. Also, let’s hope Phang can lead the team to win first ever futsal trophy for Pharmacy.

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Zoo Negara

On 29th of June, I went with my dear to Zoo Negara. All this while we have been joking of going to Zoo Negara, and finally we’re there. To my surprise, the place is still well-maintained, thanks to various private companies and corporate body sponsor.The next picture is an elephant. What is so special about this elephant? There is a group of ‘idiot’ that day, who feed this elephant plastic wrapper. Junk food’s PLASTIC WRAPPER!!Next is picture of Kangaroo with Wallaby. So nice seeing the wallaby in the ‘pocket’ of the kangaroo. The image is quite blur because they keep on moving around. I want to go Australia to see more Kangaroo!!I forgot how much is the entrance fee. This place is more suitable for family with kids. Lots of animal to see and free ride around the zoo. I get to see lots of animal that I have not seen before. I have seen people jogging around the zoo too.