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31
March

Do you know Datuk Michael Chong? For those Chinese press reader will know him as Zhang TianCi (张天赐). 22 years in public service under MCA and now the head of Public Services and Complaints Department make him came across all sorts of situation and scenarios. Incident as tiny as missing dog till cold blooded murdering [...]

31
March

Confessions of a Shopaholic

Written by Myhorng. 11 comments Posted in: Movie, Review

Last Saturday, it was supposed to be an outing with a bunch of colleague but it was postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. Since schedule has been set, I suggested a movie excursion instead. Since most of them were ladies, I suggested “Confession of a Shopaholic” which would be likely acceptable by all. The book is [...]

31
March

Do you know Datuk Michael Chong? For those Chinese press reader will know him as Zhang TianCi (张天赐). 22 years in public service under MCA and now the head of Public Services and Complaints Department make him came across all sorts of situation and scenarios. Incident as tiny as missing dog till cold blooded murdering [...]

It will be an eventful weekend ahead. I’ll need to be in Penang for QingMing (Tomb Sweeping Day) on this Saturday and will be going down to Singapore for another Concert the next day. I’ve been in dilemma if to attend the Nuffnang Music Bash 2009 since it will be held on the 4th April’s [...]

25
March

Taken

Written by Myhorng. 9 comments Posted in: Movie, Review

It had been more than week I didn’t get to stick my ass into a cinema chair. So I was telling myself, “a movie I should watch today.” For the nearest cinema, Pyramid is a better choice over IOI Mall where both located along my daily routine route to work. I did some shopping and [...]

3 hours 15 minutes nonstop astonishing performance, 10,800 audiences, and 27 songs with 2 of them were medley, filling up National Stadium Bukit Jalil on 20th March 2009’s evening. The aboriginal Taiwanese pop singer Zhang HuiMei (张惠妹), in short A-Mei (阿妹) or aboriginal name Gulilai Amit (古歷來·阿蜜特) heated everyone with her superb singing and performance [...]

18
March

Sakura Blossom In Penang?

Written by Myhorng. 17 comments Posted in: Living, Observed, Penang

I received an email recently with pictures attached from a friend asking if those really taken from Penang. Suddenly, something hit me, it made me recall a statement from one of my company’s director. He said, “Sometimes, we need to slow down our pace in order to feel and appreciate what is around us and [...]

Been a multi racial country, we do have varieties choice in crusine. Indian food is nothing new for Malaysian as part of the daily meal. Here I would like to introduce the infamous yet a common bite, Roti Canai, also known as Indian pancake outside Malaysia. When I travelled back to Penang, one of my [...]

12
March

Dragonball Evolution The Movie

Written by Myhorng. 10 comments Posted in: Movie, Review

Another movie premier I went to, invited by KY and thanks to Nuffnang for the tickets. The security was very tight where we needed to surrender all digital gadgets like phones and cameras before going for the screening. The ‘Dragonball’ comic and anime were once so popular that most of us can recognize the character [...]

10
March

What makes you go for a concert? There were a few for me so far. I’ve been to Beyond’s concert many years back when I was still in secondary (yeah, still the group of 4 before the lead singer decided to test out how hard his head comparing to a solid floor and apparently, he [...]

Before I end my Hainan trip with the final post, I would like to share an exceptional exclusive experience. While I was spending 3 of my working years in China, I’ve been to quite a number of foot reflexology centers from luxurious spas to some cheesy parlors. The charges range from RMB 20 – 70 [...]

06
March

Women Driver Don’t Get Offended

Written by Myhorng. 12 comments Posted in: Humor, Living

Few months back I came across a lady driver who stopped her car in the middle of the road that allowed only 1 car to slip through. When I drove toward and finally positioning my car face to face with hers, she didn’t seem to be moving her car away. I wound down my window, [...]

05
March

Economy Recession A daily repetitive term we hear. A dreadful term that everyone fear and don’t want to be a part of, and yet it is so unavoidable. The semiconductor, electrical and electronics, textile manufacturing industries are those badly hit in Malaysia. Hence, Penang is the state that worst affected by this round of economy’s [...]

After few days of ignorance to the fine sandy beaches and crystal clear water, here comes the day with only one single destination. The Boundary Island occupied our 5th day of the trip. Trip to Hainan will not be complete without soak wet into the cooling crystal clear sea water. This post, I’ll let the [...]

03
March

4.30am 04 March 2009

Written by Myhorng. 6 comments Posted in: Concert, Living

Again, woke up in the middle of the ‘silent’ night. Got myself up and thinking what is wrong with me lately. Would it be the pressure from work which not likely to be? Would it be the all the bad irrecoverable incident latterly? Or might it be me getting old enough to sleep less? This [...]

02
March

The Legend of Chun-Li

Written by Myhorng. 14 comments Posted in: Movie, Review

Those who are close to me will know that my tolerance towards movie is wide. To me, movie is meant for entertainment. So, if it serves this purpose well, I’ll be ok with it. Of course, this doesn’t mean that I do not know which is good and which is bad. Maybe my standard good [...]

When travel to New York, The Statue of Liberty is something we mustn’t miss. NO, not shopping. The Guanyin Statue of Hainan plays the same roles. It is the fourth tallest statue in the world as for now holding height of 108m. Liberty is actually only half the size comparing both with 46m by the [...]