Tuesday, 30 December 2008


Before the year 2008 ends
and this blog start growing fungus
a Summary (hehe!)
Carolling practices
Skit & choir practices
Family trip
NS friends gathering
Full stop

Friday, 19 December 2008

Still Feeling Extremely Happy

The past post I mentioned regarding I'm feeling super duper happy until now shall be revealed here and now!

Make a wild guess...
Gave up?
"I've moved out!"

Yes. I am officially moved out. Again. Haha...
First year- once... Second year- again... Third year- I dont know..

Well, I really like the place where I'm currently staying. It's so much like HOME!! Awesome!!

After the breakfast early in the morning, we started cleaning. We managed to clean basically everything that we can touch on. It gave me a feeling as if we were cleaning for the sake of a festival, says Chinese New Year? haha...

Lunch was our only break and rest in between. Immediately resumed to moving our stuff over right after the short break.

I didnt pack anything at all. Not even putting anything into boxes or what-so-ever. To be honest, I left all my belongings where it has been all the while the same spot, not an inch was moved.

Are you wondering why now?
That's because...
"I'm moving to the opposite unit!"
o,0" 'zha dao?' haha...
All I have to do: Carry - move - arrange...
In and out of the apartment like nobody's business. At least more than 20 times.
The 13 hours of cleaning and moving was extremely exhausting. We were completely worn out. I didnt even have the appetite or bother to have dinner at all. All I wanted was a nice shower and also a good night rest. I think this can even beat the 20km marathon. I dont think I would ever wanna move again... but that's what I told myself last year June, and here I am contradicting myself, haha...
The new 'Home' is now so much organised and clean! I love this place!
Credit must be given to all my beloved house mates who were so 'semangat' to make this place so happening and an extremely wonderful new beginning for next year! Great job, everyone! I love you all! *HUGS*
And lastly,... I'm still very happy... hehe!!

Saturday, 13 December 2008

Let's dance!!

Just this morning, the moment I heard my super LOUD alarm clock went off, I woke up instantly without a second delayed. I was worrying sick that I couldn't get up for my morning exam paper since the night before. Well, you know... *ahem* I was waking up at late hours since a few days before, haha... Whatever~ =P

I was having a dreadful feeling that the poem 'Tembusu' will be in the paper the moment I woke up this morning. So, I went through the poem again before I set off to uni. I just can hardly believe that the poem that I dread of IS IN THE PAPER!!! AARRGHHH....!!! I can clearly recall the last time I dreamt about exam question was just the night before an exam, some years back when I was in secondary school. Can you imagine that the exact question I dreamt of actually came out? I know it sounds crazy, it's true! It happened again this morning! o,0"

Basically, I think I did my best to crap a lot in the explanations. *aiks* I hope it sounds logic enough, haha... I was joking with Shan before entering the examination hall that we shall do our best to CRAP, and I think we can manage to do so after the intensive-crap-training we had in these 2 years, haha... We had enough practice, I suppose!

Just wanna update a little about the paper I had today- Malaysian Literature.
There were altogther 4 sections in the paper: A. Short Story B. Novel C. Poem D. Drama

As I was doing Section C- Poem, the all-time-killer-section for me. Only 2 words to describe the moment when I was tortured to finish it up--> 绝望!!! (hopeless/ end of the world/ Argh!!) Really hope it turned up well, coz I did what I can to 'juice-out' my brain. Was kinda 'scolding' the poets as I was doing revision yesterday, "Why do you write so many miserable poems? You are simply torturing my life, do you realise that? Go sleep la, so free!"

Well well well, it's all OVER now!!! In a mood to SING OUT LOUD!!!
*I can only mute my voice with my mouth open wide singing out loud at the moment, pathetic right? Why? My housemates are still in exam fever, they will kill me if I ever S-O-L!! Haha... Anyway, I'm a good housemate I am, hehe.. perasan gila, haha!!*
jump... jump... jump... JUMP... JUMP!!!
Jump with me!!!

Did I just found out what my name means?

Found this website and it 'interpreted' the meaning of my name...

How true? You tell me... I couldn't stop laughing till I finished.

You Are Hyper and Spirited
You tend to be pretty tightly wound. It's easy to get you excited... which can be a good or bad thing.
You have a lot of enthusiasm, but it fades rather quickly. You don't stick with any one thing for very long.
You have the drive to accomplish a lot in a short amount of time. Your biggest problem is making sure you finish the projects you start.
You are wild, crazy, and a huge rebel. You're always up to something.
You have a ton of energy, and most people can't handle you. You're very intense.
You definitely are a handful, and you're likely to get in trouble. But your kind of trouble is a lot of fun.
You are friendly, charming, and warm. You get along with almost everyone.
You work hard not to rock the boat. Your easy going attitude brings people together.
At times, you can be a little flaky and irresponsible. But for the important things, you pull it together.
You are very intuitive and wise. You understand the world better than most people.
You also have a very active imagination. You often get carried away with your thoughts.
You are prone to a little paranoia and jealousy. You sometimes go overboard in interpreting signals.
You are very open. You communicate well, and you connect with other people easily.
You are a naturally creative person. Ideas just flow from your mind.
A true chameleon, you are many things at different points in your life. You are very adaptable.
You are truly an original person. You have amazing ideas, and the power to carry them out.
Success comes rather easily for you... especially in business and academia.
Some people find you to be selfish and a bit overbearing. You're a strong person.
You are usually the best at everything ... you strive for perfection.
You are confident, authoritative, and aggressive. You have the classic "Type A" personality.
You are relaxed, chill, and very likely to go with the flow.
You are light hearted and accepting. You don't get worked up easily.
Well adjusted and incredibly happy, many people wonder what your secret to life is.
You are deeply philosophical and thoughtful. You tend to analyze every aspect of your life.
You are intuitive, brilliant, and quite introverted. You value your time alone.
Often times, you are grumpy with other people. You don't appreciate them trying to interfere in your affairs.
Just a thought: Is it true that a person's personality can be interpreted through just name?
Or did I just live out my name? Haha...

Wednesday, 10 December 2008

Lightning strike

As I lifted up my head
A bright white light striked
Just as the light fades away
Pieces of solid fell
It was just this close
Just meters away
so close. So Close. So CLOSE. SO CLOSE
There was one evening, the rain was pouring very hard, thunders and lightning were working extremely unusually hard. The lightning striked at my neighbour's house right in front of me.
Totally amazing brightness and LOUD!

Tuesday, 9 December 2008

Dear Bernice

Dear Bernice,

You have brought me happiness, joy and laughter during my stay in Johor. Thank you so much! You are such a sunshine to everyone! I love you always! *HUGS*

From your aunt

This wonderful chubby little girl has brought so much joy in everyone's heart. She is not the only chubby little fellow there when I was in Johor. I miss Benben, Amos, Celine, Lele, Daniel, Eric, Asher... SO MUCH!!!

Below is a conversation between Bernice and me in Mandarin.
[I have tried my best to remember everything we said]
I: Hey Bernice!
B: (looking at me shyly) *Ran off one round, came back and sit there again*
I: Where have you been?
B: 'Gai gai'. (Eng: walk walk) *Ran off one round, came back and sit there again*
I: Where were you?
B: I went to work in Kuala Lumpur! *Ran off one round, came back and sit there again*
I: Aren't you tired, running up and down? Haha...
B: Noo...hehe! Also I brought Benben (her brother) along to Kuala Lumpur.
(the conversation continued)

What a kid!
First round- 2 words.
2nd round- 1 sentence.
3rd round- 2 sentences.
4th round- Tak habis-habis "blah blah blah..." Haha!


After the first round of warming up on the first day, she's my good friend already, muahaha!

She would tell me how she'll cook fishes the whole night, asking me what kind of flavour do i want it, yet she will definately put chillies everytime when she literally 'give' me the fish by hand, haha... Benben would imitate everything his sister does. And we repeated every single same procedure again and again...

During the tea ceremony at another day, Bernice kept sticking to my bro, holding his hand everywhere he went. Goodness! You really should have see how a kid can be such a 'sticky kid'!

The worst thing is that when my sister introduced her the idea of trading brothers. Without even thinking more than a seconds, she agreed to trade Benben with my bro. Haha... See!! This kid is so adorable!! Her mom told her "How can you trade your one and only brother without my permission?" Haha... She doesnt seem to bother much though... o,0

I am so glad I managed to make it to my cousin sister's wedding in Johor. So much laughter and joy during the family reunion. I miss everyone so much!! Thank God for everything!!

I had a terrific weekend! Yes I did!

Thursday, 27 November 2008

Food Foundry

After the lunch at My Elephant, we proceed to Food Foundry, hehe... for more dessert!!

Very interesting cakes we found, check it out!
Vanilla Mille Crepe [RM8]

Strawberry & Cream Mille Crepe [RM9]

Chocolate Mille Crepe [RM9]

Why interesting?
It's such delicious and careful baked cake.
Simply irresistible!!
Soft, fluffy and taste exactly what cake should taste like!

"Mille Crepe: 20 thin layers of French crepe layered with fresh, smooth custard-cream"

Overall: 8.5/10
No BG-8, Happy Mansion, Jalan 17/1346400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul EhsanMalaysia.
Tel: +603.7955.3885 / +603.7960.5881 Fax: +603.7960.5882
*Did I post too much for a day? Nyeh! Just too happy!*

Wednesday, 26 November 2008

My Elephant

Has been planning to pay a visit to My Elephant for sometimes ever since it was opened since it's quite near =) Finally I made it with Ju, Jeannie and Megan. Yeah!!

Cozy, simple, comfortable, relax...
I ordered a set lunch, we were just in time to make our very last order before the kitchen close at 2pm sharp, hehe....
Set lunch comes with a drink, main dish and dessert. [RM8.90]
From top left clockwise: Pandan Cooler, Mango as dessert, KraChiap Cooler and Lychee fried rice.

Ju's dish-Thai Glass Noodles (if not mistaken)

Overall: 7.5/10

C-G-4 Happy Mansion, Jalan 17/13, Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel: +603-6156 2655 Fax: +603-6156 2657
Business Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday to Friday: Lunch (12 - 3pm) Dinner (6 - 10pm)
Saturday and Sunday: Lunch Closed, only Dinner
*P.S. last order at 9:30pm
The meal taste fine, simple yet delicious. Perhaps I'm a BIG eater, the portion seems a little too little for me, haha....

Sushi King

I know, I know... Our dear Jap lecturer told us sushi here is not sushi, haha... He was kinda against us wasting money in some not up to the standard to call sushi
*ahem-sushi king-ahem*
Anyway... Sushi King was doing Salmon dishes promotion a few weeks ago...
Went out with you-know-who-you-are-la, haha... It was a great trip with you all!! *HUGS*
Just thought of posting the pictures coz it's kinda cute =)
I ordered one of the Salmon dishes, was quite good.

Sarah's Salmon...
Overall: 7/10
By the way, the movie after the lunch, Madagascar was good! At least I laughed, hehe!!

Tuesday, 25 November 2008

Malaysian Literature assignment- Dream

We were given this as assignment:

Critical Essay on Fiction:
Throughout history dreams have been associated with sacred revelation and prophecy. Sigmund Freud believed that every dream is a wish fulfillment. However, dreams can often mean the opposite of what they seem to mean; that is, we often see our own desires as they are often reflected (and mirror-reversed) through others.
Do you agree that dreams in Malaysian fiction in English are a fulfillment of desires/wishes or rather a reverse of them? To prove your point, discuss the use of dreams in the stories and the novels covered this semester. Give appropriate examples from the texts. [20 marks]

The moment I finished reading this question, my face turned into--> o,0? Never in life would I ever dream of getting question such as this! Never!! I was amazed, to be honest. Surprise? Yes! "Surpply!!!" haha... Such interesting topic ^__^

Did some reading including those I should have done sometimes ago, opps*
Short stories: It's All In The Dream, Haunting The Tiger, Ibrahim Something, Journey...
Novels: Green Is The Colour ( =,= till the end) & The Return (still havent finish, opps*)

Sigmund Freud's dream analysis.
Dream is fulfillment of wishes. What do you think of this statement?
After all those readings and brain storming moments, I think to some extend I have to agree to it.

From what I understand so far, there are generally 2 types of fulfillment of wishes: wish for something to happen in real life & wish for certain thing/event to be avoided. There are wishes expressed through the conscious description provided by the dreamer, however most wishes are unconsciously represented, only dream interpretation can uncover the wish. There are 3 typical anxiety dreams: embarrassment dreams of nakedness, dreams of the death of a beloved one, dreams of failing an examination.
From what I have read and analysed, there are points he mentioned were quite related to my own personal life too. Of course, I dont mean to say I agreed on everything he stated there. Everyone has a different life and thinking.
Sometimes, the mind is so powerful that it can actually interpret the hidden meaning of the dreams we had, influence our life and actions. There was once when I was a child, I had a really bad dream about the death of someone that I'm very close with. Our relationship was kinda tense sometimes. We quarrelled a lot and we both shared the same strong character-cannot afford to lose in any aspect at all, in the other word we want to be only the winner, not the loser. Yet, I can assured that we really love and care for each other, no hatred.
The moment I woke up from the dream, I knew it was from God, He wants me to learn something from it. I woke up, sat there for a very long time, thinking about the dream I just had... 'Was it just a dream? But it seems so real. Never in my life had I felt that way.' To lose someone in life forever, the feeling is aweful. All I wanted to is say I'm sorry and give a BIG hug. From that day onward, I have learnt to try my best to tolerate and to be patient in many ways. I'm not saying I'm super good in tolerating and be patient, I'm not perfect, yet I did my best to break my old records.
All I wanted to conclude here is that, the dream I had changes my life. I guess it's a fulfillment of wish in some ways because deep down in my heart, I have always hoping not to lose this person in my life or let the hatred to tear us apart.
Treasure the people you love before they close their eyes forever!
*I cant believe I've started writing this post 10 days ago and completed only today!*

Saturday, 8 November 2008

Big Apple Doughnuts

Are you drooling now?
Too Bad! Not for you =P
Happy Birthday Grace and Phoebe and Sarah (soon!)!!
Oww... Grace! Only if you were there...
Thanks Gabe for the doughnuts! We love the yummy doughnuts!
Btw, did I blog earlier than yours? Haha...

Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park

Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park
A day trip with Carol, Yien, Vera, Sandy and Toni just before the both of them fly back to Indo. A very nice experience with the butterflies and moths in the butterfly park.

Now, you have to be quiet and patience when you enter.... just let the pictures do the talking! =)

A view from the top.

This butterfly is really pretty. We assumed that it was dead because it didnt move/care to give any respond for a very long time.

It's colour looks very similiar with its surrounding.

Some butterflies look exactly like a dried leaf. Only when you observe closer, then you will realise that it has some other parts extra =) The colour is hidden when it closes its wings. Patience is needed if you want to look at the 'hidden beauty'.

The flowers and the bottle of essence are used to attract the butterflies and moths.

More than just butterfly and moth:

A very good poser!

I love this butterfly the best! Too bad, I didnt see it alive!

It's somewhere very near to Balai Polis Bukit Aman.

Thursday, 30 October 2008

Lovin' this sem

I'm simply loving this short semester. Learning a new language (Japanese) and Malayisan Literature. Monday and Tuesday are the days where I learn new words, pronunciations, phrases... in Japanese. Thursday and Friday are the days when I get to read story after story.

Dear course mates who are taking Mandarin, have fun!! "bo po mo fo..." hehe... I still remember Ju mentioned this in mamak sometimes ago, which Vivien reminded me in her blog, "Wo jin nian yi shi er sui!" (she was trying to say she's 21, but said she's 12) Joker betul la Ju! Then as I was trying my Jap, I replied Ju: "Anatawa ju issai!" (means you are 21 years old) Mana tau that Ju heard 'Ju eat sai!' *sweat* Hahaha....

Basically, what do I focus these days during this short semester are just 2 things: practice my Japanese language and read stories. How can I not love this life? I have waited for this moment long enough...

FUN!!!! Yes... BUT short semester means the usual long semester 14 weeks of lessons are to be completed in 7 weeks. In other word, we have shorter time to complete our lessons. Imagine other people learn Japanese language in 14 weeks, whereas we have to learn and master the basics of a new language in 7 weeks. INTENSIVE learning I would say. However, my Japanese lecturer thinks we are progressing well so far.

I have 5 books with me now (pic above), even though we are currently in only Week 3. There are 2 books for Japanese lesson, 3 for Msian Literature. I heard there is another one coming soon. I have spent the most on books alone in this semester in fact. More books means more to spend and read!!! Aiks*

Oya! I'm back with The Return again... AGAIN!!! Hahaha... My form 5 literature. I did not finish my reading of this book even though I have sat for SPM. Pathetic right? I guess this time I cannot run away from it again, haha... *finish it, irene!*

CF is moving into a new direction. There are lots of plannings and discussions going on every now and then. Busy? Yes. Yet, we are doing all these for Him. =) I really hope we can all work together to achieve 'Sharing Love, Impacting Lives'. Let's do our best and follow the great commandments. I'm really blessed to be able to serve the Lord with all the brothers and sisters in Christ. *HUGS*

Another wonderful good news that really cheer me up since a few days ago, even until now... Can hardly get over it, everytime I think about it, my face become this --> ^______^ Will post it up probably in December, stay tune =P

Friday, 17 October 2008

Aquaria KLCC

ei... where was i? underwater? nope! I was at...
Aquaria KLCC
An Ocean Of Discovery
"Aquaria KLCC is located at the Concourse level of the state-of-art, landmark development Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, ......
Throughout this adventure, visitors will be introduced to many different species of aquatic and land-bound animals. The last part of this journey showcases Aquaria KLCC's main aquatic attraction - a 90-metre underwater tunnel where visitors can enjoy an immersed experience of the rich marine life featured in the vast acrylic oceanarium above. Get 'up-close' with the Sand Tiger Sharks, watch the live & exciting fish feedings and experience the virtual aquatic explorations, only at Aquatic KLCC."
Taken from the brochure of Aquaria KLCC.

Went there last month after the final exam with some CG members and friends. Thanks Gabe for bringing us all there. *Elie, Carol, Ervinna, Sarah, Alvin... wish u all were there also!* It was really interesting. Unlike the one in Langkawi. You get to see Pirahna, Bamboo Shark, Starfish, small fish, HUGE fish, ... ... all sort of weird fish also... =P

Experience the Starfish with your own hand is totally another different story, they are just beauties... really!! *thanks spongebob for holding it =P*

I forgot what is the name for this... but all I can remember is that the surface is hard and a little furry...

Bamboo Shark!! Absolutely adorable!! They are so tame and even let everyone to touch them without showing any objection. Basically, they dont really bother to move either, haha...

Erm... I have absolutely no idea what this thing is, it was there on the glass for more than 20 minutes without movement at all, haha...

A HUGE glass with lots of fishes inside...

The 90 metres underwater tunnel. Perhaps they should consider setting seats on the conveyor belt in order for the visitors to rest while enjoying. =)

Opening Hours:

Open daily from 11am- 8pm (Including weekends, school & public holidays)

Last admission at 7pm

Admission Fees:

Adult RM38 (with MyKad RM28) (with Student card RM20) (60 years & above RM18)

Child RM26 (with MyKad RM22) (under the age of 3 - FREE)

Aquaria KLCC
Concourse Level, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 KL, Malaysia.
Tel: 603 2333 1888 Fax: 603 2380 0069 http://www.klaquaria.com/

Friday, 26 September 2008

Z014: Kissaten

Featuring a cafe in Jaya One this time. A great experience with the wonderful friendly service from the bos and the waiters there. From introducing the varieties of dishes to asking feedbacks from the customers. This is what a good cafe/restaurant should do in order to improve the quality of food and services provided.

I read it from somwhere, Kissaten means a type of Japanese coffee house.
For more information, click here --> http://www.kissaten-means-cafe.blogspot.com/

Their lovely well organised menu.

Part of the cafe. Simple and comfortable.

Ice Honey Lemon (RM5.90)

Miso Tonkotsu Ramen (RM16.90)

Some of the dishes we ordered. =)

Cheese cake. A surprise birthday celebration for a friend. =)

Banana Cheese Cake (free) Thanks Kissaten!

Perhaps I wouldn't say all the dishes are super awesome, but credit must be given to the wonderful customer service. One thing about the cakes- cheese cake is not cheesy enough for me and my friends, I always felt that the taste of cheese should taste more than the flour instaed. What do you think?

Overall: 6.5/10
*will edit the names when i get back pj. sorry!

Tuesday, 16 September 2008

Cuckoo Celebration

Another year looking up at the same moon, thinking of the years spent together happily celebrating Mooncake Festival. How lovely!


Celebrating Mooncake Festival here is not that bad after all. We had mooncakes, biscuits, candles, torch lights and no lanterns, haha... Initially, we were playing the candles by making those candles stand in some odd shapes and chinese words. Later, someone saw a group of people celebrating at the roof of a car park building somewhere nearby (note: the red circled picture below). Then, trying very hard to grab attention from them by flashing torch lights and 'ying guang bang' just wanted to say "HELLLOO poeple at the other side of the hilltop!!!" *sweat* Anyway, no idea whether they actually realised our cuckoo greetings from the other building. We only saw twice they flashed red light. Heehee...

That day's celebration was not enough to wear off our energy. Once again, gathered some 'forces' to play a super duper tiring game the next day. We lit candles at the balcony, one by one blow off the candles in sequence using the thin straw. Whoever fails to blow off the particular candle will have to finish one of the almost-due-date-biscuits-stock belong to 'someone'. Mind you, it is not easy at all especially when we put the candles further than the first round (note: first round-left pic; second round-right pic). A few times, I nearly ran out of breath trying to blow off the furthest candle. Haahaa...

Well, that was how I celebrated this year Mooncake Festival. Had too much of mooncakes since 2 weeks ago during study week. BRruuupP!! Thanks pals, for willing go mad with me with some cuckoo games, haha... Not bad at all =)