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Friday, December 19, 2008

Let's Play Sock and Awe!

Recently, as the whole world knew, President George Walker Bush was currently in shoe-throwing incident during a press conference in Iraq, is now the star of the latest in viral Web games.

Let's Play Online Games! Sock and Awe!

1. United States
2. France
3. Australia
4. United Arab Emirates
5. Saudi Arabia
6. Turkey
7. Egypt
8. United Kingdom
9. Germany
10. Pakistan
11. Lebanon
12. Belgium
13. Poland
14. Jordan
15. Morocco
16. Canada
17. Netherlands
18. Kuwait
19. Switzerland
20. Japan
21. India
22. Spain
23. Tunisia
24. Italy
25. Venezuela


Haha it's really cool! I played just now and I scored 14! I started to play to get the highest ranking for Malaysia but it's not impossible to get to TOP 10! Challenge me & tell me your score!

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Fake Eggs from China! (Shocking - must read!!)

I received a mail from my dad (yay!) about the fake eggs made from China. Kids in all around Asia were dying to eat sweets and snacks but despite of all the fake melamine sweets and snacks, tainted babies milk powders, scandals originate from China, kids don't get their parents' faith to do so.

Here's come the next generation of FAKE EGGS!!!
(another most made money stuff in China)
woo hoo~

Beware you guys and girls!

During a recent raid on a wholesale centre in Guangzhou city, the capital of China 's Guangdong province, a large quantity of fake eggs was seized.

Their wholesale price is 0.15 yuan (S$0.03) each - half the price of a real egg.

Consumers have a hard time telling a genuine egg from a fake one. The article includes a photograph supposedly showing one of the fake eggs along side a real egg. However, there is no way of telling from the photograph if one of the eggs is fake or not.

Those who have tasted it say, the fake stuff tastes very much like the real thing, even tastier than the real one!

which is harmful and actually, simply easy to find.

+ To make the egg white, various ingredients, including a powder and alum, are mixed together.

+ The 'yolk' is shaped in the round mould. 'Magic water' containing calcium chloride is used.

+ Hardy shells are formed by pouring paraffin wax and a liquid onto the egg, which are then left to dry.

And experts warn of the danger of eating fake eggs. Not only do they not contain any nutrients, a Hong Kong Chinese University professor warned that long-term consumption of alum could cause dementia. And aluminum has been linked to Alzheimer's disease.

Examination revealed that the fake egg was made from calcium carbonate, starch, resin, gelatin and other chemical products.

I mean c'mon guys!! You're not going to eat these stuffs right? RIGHT??!
So, it's recommended to READ THE LABEL (TWICE) before buying!

Monday, December 15, 2008

Elderly Couple Find Love Online!

Oh yes, LOVE IS ALL AROUND! An 81-year-old Chinese man has married a 58 year-old woman he met online.

Wu Jieqin, a retired art professor who has spent time in an aged-care home, married Jiang Xiaohui, 23 years younger.

Online-dating Elderly Couple Find Love Online! picture“The Internet doesn’t belong to the young alone. There are no rules against old people seeking love online,” said the professor, who has been using the internet since 1998.

Long lasting to the happy couple! Oh my, I should find one then! =D

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Know How to Write This, and You'll be Alright!

Way too easy to write! Below is one of our favorite Japanese Kanji, which simply says “I Love You” in all the right ways.

I Love You

Friday, November 21, 2008

The Amazing Race Asia (TARA) 2008 -The Toughest Race Ever

Expect nothing less in The Amazing Race Asia 3! Dubbed as "The Toughest Race" ever, the in the challenges teams must now face, which were designed with the team's relationships in mind, and created to test their strengths.

WINNERS: Sam & Vince
SECOND : Geoff & Tisha
THIRD : Ida & Tania

Actor/host Allan Wu returns to hosting duties, as he guides teams along their adventure to reach the finishing red mat to take home the US$100,000 prize.

Featuring a new group of 10 teams, from all around the Asia.

10) India: Neena & Amit
as cousins

9) South Korea: William & Isaac
as siblings

8) Thailand: Pailin & Natalie
as friends

7) India: Niroo & Kapil
as father and son

6) Thailand: Mai & Oliver
as friends

5) Malaysia: Henry & Bernie
as siblings

4) Singapore: A.D & Fuzzie
as best friends


Name:Ida Nerina
Occupation:Actress, Director, Producer

Name:Tania Khan
Occupation:Property Developer


Name : Geoff Rodriguez

Name:Tisha Silang
Occupation:Business Development Manager


Name : Vince Chung
Occupation : Comedian & Host
Age : 32
Hometown : Hong Kong

Name : Sam Wu
Occupation : University Lecturer
Age : 32
Hometown : Hong Kong

Visit the official website

I ♥ Your Blog Award

Thanks to Sej (Bloghunt!) for this. Love your blog too ♥

The rules of the award are:
1. The winner can put the logo on his / her blog.
2. Link the person you received your award from.
3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
4. Put links of those blogs on yours.
5. Leave a message on the blogs of those you have nominated.

Awards goes to..

Rose Awards, Cute Blogger Award and The Power Blog Award goes to..

Thank you so much for the roses Huan Lui! ♥

♥ The winner can put the logo on her blog.
♥ Link the person you received your award from.
♥ Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
♥ Put links of those blogs on yours.
♥ Leave a message on the blogs of the girls and boys you've nominated.

And here goes..

This award is coming from Tripzibit-- thank you so much! ♥

The Rules:
1. Each blogger must post this rules.
2. You need to choose ten people to be awarded and list their names.
3. Don't forget to leave them comment telling them they've been tagged and to read your blog (soon).

I am now passing this to:

This is a Cute Blogger Award from Melody. Thank you very much. I really appreciate this! ♥

Here are the rules:
1. Each blogger must post these rules.
2. Each blogger starts with ten random facts/habits about themselves.
3. Bloggers that are tagged, need to write ten facts about themselves. You need to choose ten people to tag and list their names.
4. Don’t forget to leave them a comment telling them they've been tagged and also to read your blog.

Now here are my ten Random facts about me:

1. This is the first time I got Blogger Award. =D
2. Yesterday was my
first time I do tags. =)
3. I want to see Jay Chao slam dunk, again =D
4. I want to go to any concert on V.V.I.P seats, please =B
5. I dance. Seriously, I really do dancing. =P
6. I like Allan Wu =)
7. I don't do drugs XD
8. I love F4 and waiting for them to perform together, again =(
9. I dreamt of someone last night who said to me like this:
"it's still better than someone who pretend she doesn't. act like you're carrying all the misfortune in the world. if it is painful, just shout it out! if you want to cry, just let it out! stop acting cool you freaking idiot!"
hmm.. =(
10. Now, I think I'm in love (=^_^=)

Now its my time to give this award to:

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Little Happiness in The Idiot Box

Unhappy people stick themselves to the television 30 percent more than happy people. The results held even after taking into account education, income, age and marital status.

While happy people reported watching an average of 19 hours of television per week, unhappy people reported 25 hours a week.

In addition, happy individuals were more
  • socially active
  • attended more religious services
  • voted more
  • read a newspaper more often than their less-chipper counterparts.

The researchers are not sure, though, whether unhappiness leads to more television-watching or more viewing leads to unhappiness.

In fact, people say they like watching television: Past research has shown that when people watch television they enjoy it. In these studies, participants reported that on a scale from 0 (dislike) to 10 (greatly enjoy), TV-watching was nearly an 8.

But perhaps the high from watching television doesn't last.

"These conflicting data suggest that TV may provide viewers with short-run pleasure, but at the expense of long-term malaise," said researcher John Robinson, a sociologist at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Or, maybe television is simply a refuge for people who are already unhappy.

"TV is not judgmental nor difficult, so people with few social skills or resources for other activities can engage in it," Robinson and UM colleague Steven Martin write in the December issue of the journal Social Indicators Research.

They add, "Furthermore, chronic unhappiness can be socially and personally debilitating and can interfere with work and most social and personal activities, but even the unhappiest people can click a remote and be passively entertained by a TV."

It's what researches said,
what about you?

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Get Stuck In; Forget Diets!

Have you ever heard of "Shogun"? We went to a Japanese buffet restaurant located at One Utama, New Wing where we get to indulge in variety of Japanese cuisine. Pay at the entrance and foods is all yours! No worries, the price per head at a really reasonable price.

* Restaurant: Shogun
* Location: Level 2 New Wing, One Utama
* Price Range per head (lunch): Adult RM 50++
Child RM 30++

Price may change without prior notice.

A group of staffs who welcomed us made us feel the warm atmosphere. As soon as we reached in the restaurant, we took a walk around. The restaurant was quite huge, estimated 150 tables included 350 people. Foods looks really tempting.

While heading to our reserved table, I can see a few Korean ladies in front of us (because I heard they spoke Korea =p) and a few English men (because they're blond =D) behind us.

And let's check them out! I try my best to name the foods I took!

On the table =D

A black bowl and a cup of green tea =D

FREE steamboat filled with vegetables & seafoods

Cooked oyster with grilled lobster and broccoli

(Unneeded cash model ahead.. =p)
Just look at the dishes covered with aluminum thing!

Variety dishes to pick

This was my first plate;
filled with sushi, tempura, dumplings & lots more!

This was the second round.
Hey, look closer; it's Phoenix's feet!
I have no idea what it was actually but it's tasty! =p

It's really tasty when the prawn
mixed with tomatoes and cucumbers!

Yeah, my favorite dish; Lamb shank.
It's really really expensive if you buy somewhere else.
Anyway, it's buffet so I got to eat as many as want! *cheers*

I got special task for you to discover this dessert; Chawan Mushi.
Simply didn't capture the content.
Go figure the Original Chawan Mushi in Shogun! Really nice! =p

It's not really only Japanese buffet, there's Eastern foods, Western foods, Korean foods too. It includes desserts in variety of origins! Tiramisu, cheese cakes, you name it! One and only pit stop of varietals! For overall I give 5/5 stars. Yay!!

You'll have no regrets when you're off with full belly

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

13 years missing & back to owners

Have you ever bought an expensive pet which cost more than you can earn? If yes, I bet you'll sacrifice your own lives to get them back! In some other cases, ordinary pets were missing but owners were dying to get them back.

It's a Bengal Cat not a leopard.
(Price Tag: $800-$3,000)

Once have been China's queen pet in a palace.
Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies
(Price Tag: $4,000-$5,000)

Here's a heart-warming story I would like to share:

SANTA ROSA, California – A couple recently had an unexpected reunion with an old housemate: their pet cat who went missing more than 13 years ago. George, who was last seen by Melinda Merman and Frank Walburg in 1995, was turned into an animal hospital after the manager of a mobile home park trapped the sickly feline.

Merman said after George went missing she visited animal shelters and wrote to veterinarians in search of the gray, yellow-eyed cat, who now weighs less than half what he used to. -Reuters

It's not because of the heavy price tag and everyday foods, it's all about the love.

Now, let's gather more info to get your pets back! Even over 13 years missing, it came back with owners. Moreover, for us, who just lost our beloved mate in a couples of weeks.

1. Act as quickly as possible. The more time that passes between when you lost your pet and the time you start doing what needs to be done, the less likely you'll find your pet.

2. Contact your neighbors. Going door-to-door and knocking may help you find a pet who just wandered into someone else's home.

3. Phone the local animal shelters and veterinarians. They see a lot of animals in a day, they just may have seen your pet and have them in their custody.

4. Enlist the help of your family and friends. Having friends help you will increase the area you'll be able to cover, and they can be there for emotional support.

5. Create fliers. Each flier needs to have the following information:
* Photo, if available.
we are lost
we are lost
Clear description. Include not only how your pet looks, but any medical condition(s) he or she may have.
* Contact information. Include both your daytime phone numbers and your nighttime number. This way anyone who may find your pet will be able to reach you no matter what time it is.
* Reward information (optional). A simple "Reward if found" will suffice.

6. Make copies of the flier. Depending on the size of your neighborhood, you'll need anywhere from 25 fliers to 100.

7. Distribute the fliers. Make sure community areas are covered, as well as public building such as the local grocery store, library, banks, and YMCA.

Just don't give up, will you?