Thursday, March 31, 2011


going for training tomorrow morning and my working life will be officially started about 2 weeks later. I guess i'm going to be very busy for the next couple weeks, might as well update something for my blog.

Things I'm going to miss after i start to work :

1. Stay up late and wake up even late
2. Watching my korean drama non-stop (currently addicted to 49 days)
3. no rent, no utilities bill, no income tax
4. mum's cooking

last but not least,

5. FAMILY!!! (gonna miss home so sooo much~)

Friday, March 25, 2011

Snowflakes after World Invasion

So, i was in kl few days back. 1 thing that i must do when i go to kl is to watch a movie since there is no cinema in my hometown. Both of us decided to watch World Invasion : Battle Los Angeles. I guess many of you already watch this movie. For those who haven't, I would recommend you to watch it.

The story is about the Marine Staff Seargeant (aaron eckhart) who just had his retirement plan approved were being asked to go back to line of duty to assist the liutenant and his platoon as they fight to reclaim los angeles from the invasion of aliens.

The story line is great, all the characters are likeable. It was very touching to see the marines worked together to save our world and some of them sacrifice themselves. I can't stop crying towards the later part of the movie. For sentimental people, better get your tissue prepared before entering the cinema.

after the movie, me and my sister head over to try out the snowflakes. Many of my friends had been recommending it to me. We ordered the snow flakes best seller.

While we were waiting for it to be ready, we had been given this thingy. The lights will be on when the food we ordered was served. I found it really interesting :)

Here comes the dessert we ordered. Yummy yummy!!! love it very much :)

Thursday, March 17, 2011

I'm on newspaper!!!

I was featured in the YouthSays section of New Strait Times on 13th March 2011! wohoo~ Thanks to hui san who happened to spot me on the newspaper. If not because of her I will never know about this :)

I know that I seems to be a bit overexcited and a bit braggy to be blogging about this since it is only a very very small of me on the newspaper. Anyway, how often will i have the chance to be appear on newspaper? LOL

Here's the YouthSays section. I'm the 2nd from bottom.
Q : In some Western countries, it is legal to own a gun for security reasons. Do you think it should be the same in Malaysia?

Here's my answer. Thanks to NST who helped to improvise my sentence :)

The reason why I was able to participate in this survey is because I had joined is a community of Malaysians who share campaign messages on social media and get rewarded with cash, points and prizes. Cash will also be rewarded for participating in survey. This is the reason why I had taken the NST YouthSays survey. :)

For those who are interested in joining, click here.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

1 day trip in Taichung

Continue to blog about my taiwan trip. So, on the 1st day of 2011, we were leaving taipei and going to taichung. We went there by using high speed rail, which costs NTD700 per person and it took approximately an hour in order to reach the destination.

inside of the high speed rail, busy checking our taichung itinerary

One thing I really like about the taichung high speed
rail station, there are free shuttle buses. We get on the bus to go to the Feng Jia area, the place where our pre-booked B&B -- Wengoodshop located. One of the owner, Stanley waited us at the bus stop and guide us to the place we stay. And I am the lucky one among my friends as Stanley was giving me a ride using his scooter (小绵羊), to the location of Wengoodshop. wohoo~ so excited, i think this is only the 3rd time i ever hopped on to a motorbike. :)

There's a lot of traveller's information provided too inside this place. Stanley really gave us a lot of advice about how to go around Taichung. A million thanks to Stacy and Stanley for their hospitality.

Wengoodshop, nice and lovely and cheap :)

Our first stop -- eat dumplings. This shop is just 2 minutes walk away from the place we stay. It is super delicious and super duper cheap.

Ji Feng dumplings (吉蜂蒸饺), must try, very delicious and super cheap, can you belive that 4 buckets of these only costs NTD 100, just approximately RM10!!!

Next, we took a taxi to the Dong Hai University(东海大学) since we were lazy to wait for bus, hehe... Dong Hai University was being known as the most beautiful university in taiwan, maybe because of the landscape or the tree-shaded pavements. But one thing you must visit when you were in Dong Hai University, the Luce Chapel, which is one of the most remarkable structure in Taichung.

we were at Dong Hai University

me in front of Luce Chapel.

inside Dong Hai university

After that, we move on to the Dong Hai International Art Street (东海国际艺术街) , well, we seriously thought that this place is definitely within a walkable distance from Dong Hai University. But, we were wrong. In the end it took us more than 30 minutes to reach there. We might as well wait for bus, sigh~

view of taichung city, took it on our way to the international art street

the beautiful Dong Hai International Art Street (东海国际艺术街)

forgot its name, but its really really delicious

our next station is Jing Ming 1st Street(精明一街), we took a bus from the international art street and get off at the Zhong Ming elementary school (忠明国小站). This place is a europen style-like street.

the view at Jing Ming 1st Street

a chrismas tree we found inside the street, totally made of KFC spoon, WOW!!!

One thing that we must not miss when i taichung, the fengjia night market. It is the biggest night market in taiwan. As we had been advised by Stanley that even one whole night isn't enough for
visiting the whole market, so after visiting the jingming 1st street, we going back to the Fengjia area.

This place is so so huge, and so so so crowded. We didn't took much picture inside because it's too crowded that makes me unwilling to take out my camera. Thanks to the map provided by Wengoodshop, since all the must-try food had been marked, i guess we had tried many of the most delicious food in the night market. :)

the fried maggi (炒泡面), queued for 30mins for it, something similar with maggi goreng but the most delicious version i ever ate.

this is called 冰棍, one of our most favourite food of the night, bought the 2nd one right after we finish the 1st. See the plastic paper around it? it's eat-able :)

passed by the Feng Jia University

Stinky tofu (臭豆腐)

Papaya milk (木瓜牛奶) recommended by 食尚玩家 :)

Friday, March 4, 2011

My first movie in GSC MAXX -- The Adjustment Bureau

Went to Times Square yesterday with my sister. We wanted to watch a movie but couldn't decide between I am Number Four or The Adjustment Bureau. After watching the trailer, apparently, The Adjustment Bureau is much more interesting to us. Plus, this movie is in 2D.

going to watch The Adjustment Bureau :)

So, we bought our ticket and when we about to enter the cinema, we took out the ticket to make sure which hall we are going to enter. And then we saw this ...

MAX? What's that?

After asking the staff, we only knew that it is located on the 10th floor. As soon as we entered the cinema theater, HOLY!!! WOW!!! These are the the words that coming out from our mouth. We were stunned at the entrance looking at this theater. Why? Because it is freaking damn huge!!! the largest cinema theater I had ever seen!!!

super duper huge~~

in fact, it's the largest digital hall in malaysia

And our seat is the one furthest away from the screen, and we need to climb our way up in order to find our seat.

Talking about the movie, The Adjustment Bureau is starred by Matt Damon who is a politician in this movie. He falls in love with a ballerina, starred by Emily Blunt. However, some people are trying to keep them apart. These people are the agents of Fate, they have every human's fate set. According to their so called "plan", both of them aren't meant to be together. So, the movie is all about how Matt Damon trying to fight the fate to be together with her.

All in all, this is a very nice movie until the very last minute. The ending was really lame. But, I guess I can get over it as I am watching it in the largest digital hall in Malaysia. :)
I would rate it an 8 out of 10.

Next time, if I were to go to watch a 2D or 3D movie, definitely would choose GSC MAXX. :)