Thursday, September 25, 2008
Limping my whole way from the court to the bus stand, into the bus, out from the bus, up the stairs to my room...Man...my right leg...big gigantic swell...scary....I ye.. Left leg also sore for I relied entirely on my left leg to support my weight..Aiks!! 70++ kg on me friends’ shoulder..!! Man, they must’ve sore shoulders i guess...So sorry guys...Thanks so much...!!!! Man!! Honestly... I’ve gotta thank this two find guys and friends, Kim Loong and Kim Hua, from Cheras and Sibu respectively.
Kim Loong sacrificed his dinner date with his ‘sister’ to accompany Kim Hua to accompany me, becoming my ‘tongkat’ all the way to my room! And Kim Hua, seemingly as if nothing is more important than just being with me being my ‘tongkat’ for the night!Help me ‘da bao’ rice somemore.. Fine guys they are.. Fine friends indeed.. Man... Thanks guys!!! I owe ya’ll... And so the day after my unlucky sprain, my feet swelled as of a corpse’s feet, dead for a few days already... I ye....Yucks..scary.. I also feel scared..
Laksa!!!!Laksa!!! Unimas’ Laksa...this one not bad la...well,at least better then water tower cafe’s laksa..Totally don’t look and taste like laksa...this time, me and louis went to TAZ college’s (Tun Ahmad Zaidi college) cafe for a go of their version of laksa and, well, not so nice of course but stil ok la for ‘UNIMAS standard’. Soup kau kau. Plenty of coconut milk I guess. Laksa smell not strong enough though. Gigantic prawn as you can see but prawn not that fresh. ‘Beehoon’ as hard and stiff as wire! Served not hot somemore. Perhaps that’s why not that nice. Generous portion given though, costing 4 bucks lei...But filling enough even for me...
Ps: Soly ha annie...kek lu ki...:-D hahaha ..
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
So lucky my roommate is so clean de..so tolerant.. so nice...unlike @#$%^&*’s.....hehehe...
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Today, at last, I've taken the liberty to do some photo taking and here are some of what seems to be interesting... and fancy?..Well..
The arch of Harmony as the name is given..
Some uncles and 'kong kong' playing traditional chinese musics using traditional chinese musical instruments.. I also duno what they are called..haha..Thanks for the music grand dads...
At another section, malay aunties and nenek 'rapping' their traditional performances...really gotta give it up for their sportsmanship...hmmm...Terima kasih Wahai nenek nenek sekalian..hehe...
and the coolest cotton candy making... sudah famous also la in Kuching.
Watch the video below and you'll know why they're so famous..haha.
Appreciate what you have now....express yourself...be frank...honest..one day you might not have even one single chance to do that....
Friday, September 12, 2008
What you're thinking might not be what I'm thinking which I know you might think that what you think is what I'm thinking which actually might not be what I'm thinking which again, might also be what I'm thinking about for what I'm thinking about could very well be what you're thinking about!
It’s hard to imagine huh? Yeah, so it is. How important is our memory? Being able to remember what we did for the day, weeks, years of our life, who we are, how we are, why we are here. We often overlook these things. I know I have. Dig deep. Getting on your live without any memories of even our family, our loved ones, our work, house, even the color of the traffic lights.... everything. Now that is scary!
Has it ever come to you that you have to be separated with the one you care and love so much, perhaps your family, or your wife, or your romantic partner? How did it felt? Having being apart from them for the first time? Well, I know one thing for sure. I really hated that feeling, being breathless, heart aching as if it is being shattered into smithereens. Now, having that in mind, think that you have only one month’s time before you jumble up all of your pass and present memories and letting it ‘wash down the drain’ gradually. Or your partner’s memories instead, knowing that he or she will be mentally dead at their prime of life before being physically dead. Forgetting their own wedding day, forgetting you, calling you by their ex’s name right in front of you. What would you do? What would you think? Can you be strong enough for yourself? Can you even muster up the slightest courage to face this problem with your loved one? Or will you ditch them cold heartedly?
What is memory? How important is it? Can we live without having a memory of what had happen in our life? Losing everything we have... What we have had before.....
Would all of these remain, just as a memory of the problem or would you FORGET about this....??
As if of bullets firing the bloody air of Iraq, we so often than not hear of news of rape cases, robberies, break-ins, among others, happening right insight the vicinity of Universities across the country. Now, some might not know alot of these from the National TV news for apparently those cases were simply covered up just in order to keep the University’s reputation. Rubbish! That’ll be the same as telling yourself to swim across a river full of crocs and at the same time convincing yourself that there isn’t any crocs!
The big question is why are those responsible for the University do such a thing? OK, fair enough if they did such cover-ups and actually improve on the safety of that University, giving it’s residents of thousands of students from all over the country a sense of security. But, now, cases seems to happen each year, having many innocent ‘white flowers’ fallen victims to inhumane ‘locusts’ devouring these ‘flowers’, snatching away their prospect happy, normal life in this world and country of theirs after their studies. Why are there such ‘locusts’? Giving goosebumps and worries to their families and loved ones alike? Why are there no action taken to hunt these people in the respected Universities?
What are the police and those responsible of the Universities doing? Are there keeping it as a secret even from the police? All these forced the students themselves to find and form their own groups or clubs within their own colleges as one of the measures to assure their own safety with the help and aid of their fellow friends. What kinda place is that? A place to study or a place for refugees?
Those people in charge, please, if you’re reading this, please do something about it. It has happened for so many years now and there are still no changes. But it is never too late to improve it. Heed our cries and worries, from students and parents alike. Don’t let it get any worse. There are enough ‘flowers’ getting hurt.....STOP IT!!!!!!!!
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Looky looky..All the bookworms..Nerds? Na...just for the moment perhaps..haha..With new and old friends together doing some last minute studying before our General Genetics' mid term..Hardworking..Sssoooo hardworking..haha..Thanks to Siew Boi's last minute review, I knew how to answered a few tough questions..!! Haha..Thanks Boi Boi..:-P
The organizers even had a vet check all of the cats in front of the public, 'grading' each cat and commenting on their overall health and phenotype, giving friendly advices too to the respected owners and public alike.The cats all look very healthy and clean but still ... I ye..so many of their furs..yucky..despite their cuteness..hmmm..ironic me..haha..here are some of the photos..
Macaroni and meatball...
Cheese cake!!!! Well, not that perfect yet. Not that fine.. Didn't strain it..but taste unbeatable also la..haha..
Brownies!!! Oh man.. My pies...
My mix fruit pie...hmmm..
Chicken pies and other meat pies!!!!
My Nyonya kuih...haha..
And my first icing cake! Fresh cream...hmmm..largest one yet! For me parent’s 21st Anniversary (2008)... Not too bad for a first timer I suppose? Hehe.. A blueberry fresh cream cake...hmmm... Thanks Ah San!! Sifu...hehhe...:-D Still very far from your standard I know...hehe...