Saturday, September 30, 2006
However, David said why i not give it a try if i have interest on Irene, as Irene and Steve are not confirm their relationship yet. Immediately i replied him that i dont want to involve myself into a triangle relationship again. I admit that Irene is a good girl and i have a very good impression on her. But i really dont have the intention to have any relationship right now. I found myself is so sick to get a gf now. Maybe thats because i am tired, or i am escaping something, or whatever reason that i dont really care. I want a gf, but i dont need for now.
I only want to know more people and make more friends now. Ya, friends are the best.
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Anyway, one of my colleague, YS, refers me a lot for master study stuff... she wants to pursue her master but in a dilemma to choose between the project provided by company or project provided by Maxis. She is more interest in tele-communication stuff but worrying about her financial state if she resign for the Maxis project. The funniest part she is so indecisive. Yesterday she might tell you that she wanted to resign, but today saying that stay in the company is better, and tomorrow she may feel that having the urge to do tele-communication stuff.... sigh... this girl... are most women so yoyo??
Friday, September 22, 2006
Everything is going fine now. We have commited Leehoong86, YS, FlyMeToTheMoon as committees. Yusin is doing quite well even though this is her first time chairing a program like this. However, our biggest challenges now are the amount of attentees one the day and how much money we can collect from them to meet the budget we need.
Anyway, I am quite confident that this program can be done successfully :)
Monday, September 18, 2006
We reached Irene's home around 3.30pm and she was cleaning her house. Then the 3 girls started to prepare the food. '23' (Irene's friend) helped to arrange chairs and others. Well, I didnt know what i could help and they just let me to watch TV for whole evening. Felt little bit guilty to let those girls do all the stuff and i just waited for food :(
Around 8pm Apple came. Finally there was someone to talk with. The girls and 23 started BBQ the food. Need to say well done to them as they taken care of almost everything. After that Huisy, Zhuan, Pyen, Yun, David, Hans, Vivian, JunHeng came one after another. By the time it was already 11pm. Pyen bought a 3 litres volume of VSOP. Man, I never see such a big bottle of liquer.
After all people finished their food then we started to play games and drink. We played 'bing bong biang' and '369', the one lost had to drink. Cat, JunHeng and Yun the one drank the most. Around 2am Ken reached. We continued the games all the way until 6am. I drank quite some of liquer but i was not really drunk, in contrast my mind was very clear, eventhough my body was damn tired. Most people left by 8am. I took some rest and left with Dragon, Cat and Huisy to meet David and Apple in butterworth to have Brunch (Breakfast + Lunch). After sent all the girls home I only abled to reach home around 3pm on Sunday. By the time I couldnt withstand anymore and slept on bed straight away until night.
Saturday, September 16, 2006
There were some criterias set. No fire, healthy food, halal (allowed for Muslim), and must be prepared within 1.5 hour. My group was divided into 2 teams to join this competition. My team had prepared steamed smashed pumpkins mixed corns, spaghetti with tomato sauce, salad with olive oil, yogurt mixed honey dew, and yogurt mixed mango.
i didnt really help much, except dig out all the fresh from a pumpkin to make it skin as bowl for our foods. Besides that, i also created name for each food and need to tell the judges how about our foods. Anyway, i think all of us quite enjoy it even though we didnt win the title. :)
Thursday, September 14, 2006
If a guy that you feel he is arrogant, criticizing that you are arrogant, will you re-evaluate yourself? or insist that he is arrogant? .... Since you are feeling that he is arrogant, are you really able to re-evaluate yourself?
Monday, September 11, 2006
However, I think thats most youngsters' problem as well. Get lost in life goal, not really sure what they want to achieve in their life, always complaining ....... --> shit ... am i talking myself <--
Dont worry, everything will be fine. As one of my friend said "everyone has their down time". I think my down time will be over pretty soon, hopefully. I am trying hard to motivate myself, i cant just leave my life become worse, for my beloved parents, family.... Thats how i survived for the past 25 years, wasnt it?
Saturday, September 09, 2006
The steamboat shop was fullhouse when we reached there. Luckily the boss saw me and recognized that i went there before for Cool gathering. He specially let us taken a table that booked by others. After 2 hours of BQQ, cooked, fried, chat and jokes, all of us reached our limits, but there were still some food that couldnt finish. Penalty will be charged if left any extra food there. Therefore all of us, especially me and zhuan had to squeeze as most as food into our mouth. Haha.... few pieces of beef that we really couldnt finish, we left them burn on the fire and then left on table ... hmmm... very wasted right?
After that we went to e-gate to meet Davids and Irene. Both of them are knew from Penang IM group too. David is working as assistant in a mobile phone shop. Irene then is a stewardess in SIA (Singapore International Airline). Ya, first time i know a stewardess as friend, LOL. We sit there drink and chat for quite long time. Suddenly I got a call from Weiyue, which i had never expected, since he is always OT at night recently. He asked me to look at 6 o'clock direction (mean left), but i got turn my head to right. Ya, sure, he teased me that 3 o'clock direction :s .... Surprisingly he was outside the shop. Anyway, he was with his friends so we didnt really talk much.
Then David brought quite number of friends. He really know a lot of people man.... Jin, Ham, then lastly came another pretty girl. We left the place only after 12.30am.
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
I got a blog from my friend about Yvonne Tan. She passed away in Auckland, New Zealand June 2006, due to brain tumor that couldnt be eliminated even after several operations. She was an actress that ever involved in few famous drama and movie including Xena - The Warrrior Princess. However, what really touched me is her courage and faith to face the death.
Yvonne Tan’s funeral at the SGINZ ( Soka Gakkai Internation New Zealand) Culture Centre in Auckland, Saturday morning; 17 June 2006, was an event. It set a precedent, it was the first funeral service held in a Kaikan in New Zealand. It was a celebration, a festival of song and dance, with an Austin Powers theme, which Yvonne had requested, just prior to her death. The reason - She wanted everyone to be HAPPY on that day !.
Was this really a funeral? ... No, It was a celebration! As Yvonne's wishes
I adapted here a poem writen by Yvonne :
~ Read Me ~
Who knewIt could happen,
That our paths would cross one day
And here you are.
Remembering every word,
And of all the things
The spirit has to say...
Was hoping that,
You wouldn't see right through me.
Then... there you are,
Pondering every word.
So should I...
Or should I not speak?
I get to know you,
The intimacy of ink & paper.
There you are.
Reading me like a book.
And I am comfortable in your presence,
There cannot be one without the other.
Ideas through the years,
Releasing of the sub-conscious mind.
So. Here you are.
Absorbing every word.
And through you and this,
Some of me will float in everlasting time.
13 Oct 2004
Besides that, my favourite Brazil thrashed Argentina 3-0 in friendly match held in London, England. Hehe... young Brazilians are really excellent!
Friday, September 01, 2006
Malaysia is a federation of 13 states in Southeast Asia, formed in 1963. The country consists of two geographical regions divided by the South China Sea:
Peninsular Malaysia (or West Malaysia) on the Malay Peninsula shares a land border on the north with Thailand and is connected by the Johor-Singapore Causeway and the Malaysia-Singapore Second Link to the south with Singapore. It consists of the 9 sultanate states of Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Selangor and Terengganu, two states with a governor namely Malacca and Penang, and the two federal territories of Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian Borneo (or East Malaysia) occupies the northern part of the island of Borneo, bordering Indonesia and surrounding the Sultanate of Brunei. It consists of the states of Sabah and Sarawak and the federal territory of Labuan island.
As states of Malaysia were formerly British colonies, many Malaysian institutions are based on those of the British. For instance, the Malaysian system of government draws heavily on the British Westminster system. The head of state is the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (colloquially referred to as the King), who is elected from among the state sultans to a five-year term, making Malaysia one of two elective monarchies in the world (the other is Vatican City).
As a constitutional monarchy, executive power is vested in the Prime Minister, with the King serving as more of a figurehead. The legislative branch consists of Parliament, which is mostly based on the British Parliament. A judiciary has also been established under the Constitution. The Barisan Nasional (National Front), a coalition of several political parties, has ruled Malaysia since Malaya's independence in 1957.
Initially heavily dependent on agricultural and mining activities, the Malaysian economy has since shifted its focus to manufacturing and tourism as its major sources of income. Despite the shift, Malaysia remains one of the top producers of rubber and palm oil. In the 1970s, the government implemented the controversial New Economic Policy (NEP) to address an income disparity between the Malays and Chinese.
Although historically dominated by the Malays, modern Malaysian society is heterogeneous, with substantial Chinese and Indian minorities. Malaysian politics have been noted for their allegedly communal nature; the three major component parties of the Barisan Nasional each restrict membership to those of one ethnic group, and the only major violence the country has seen since independence was the May 13 Incident of racial rioting in the wake of an election campaign based on racial issues.(source : wikipedia)