Sunday, August 31, 2008

My Graduation Ceremony

It's the time to post the photos taken during my graduation ceremony. There is a small regret as I didn't manage to take photos with my lecturers and all classmates. All lecturers left the hall after the conferment of certificates and awards while many of my classmates were disappeared after the lunch session. 0_o

However, I did my best to utilise my time to take as much photos as I could because I had already paid RM400 for the rental of my "witch-look" gown.

Boring photos.......

Here you go......

The only lecturer I found after the ceremony

Me and Wisely

Sun & me. We look like couple in this photo but I can tell you that he's definitely not my boy friend

Sia Lye Kwan & me

Xiao Jing, me & Lye Kwan

The best classmates ever

Indulging in the non-stop photo shooting

Qian Ying & me

One beautiful place behind our Starbaker Cafe

And my "bestest" friend, Ringo came & joined me. I was too happy until I threw the flowers.

Roses, roses, I love you. Ringo, ringo, I love you

We plucked the flowers in the hall.... Damn naughty

Me & Kiki

Finally I had the chance to take a decent stage photos using my camera

Ringo & Chris, thanks for coming and made my day more meaningful. Special thanks to Billy for being my cameraman for the whole day. You are the best!

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Busy Days (Little Update)

Sorry for the lack of updates recently. I'm too busy with my work and can't resist from the mega sales. I bought too many stuffs, mainly skincare and clothing.

I just back from my graduation ceremony. Although I'm quite tired and sleepy now, but the eagerness to share my happiness and unforgettable moments with you all has prompted me to update my blog.

Due to the voluminous photos taken in this afternoon and the lack of time to process and select these gorgeous photos, I'll be only able to present a few at this moment.

Invitation card for guests

Booth for lunch

Flower stall

Inside the hall

My parents

More photos will be uploaded soon. Stay tuned!

Saturday, August 09, 2008

Hongkie & Macau Foods

I believe many of you have been to Hong Kong and tried their local delicacies. So this time I would only highlight those foods which will satiate even the heartiest appetite.

Deep Fried Fish Skin

Deep fried fish skin is definitely the best side dish or snacks for me as it’s so crispy and crunchy.

Available at Hongkie street restaurants


Xu Liu Shan is super famous for their mouth-watering desserts. The crowd-puller is definitely the mango sorbet that made me intoxicated. This dessert-killer deserved my lifetime patron if it opens a franchise outlet in Malaysia.

Glutinous rice balls in mango juice with EXTRA mango

The mango was so refreshing coupled with the mango sorbet. The bouncy glutinous rice balls went perfect with the mango juice. And most importantly, it was not too sweet and exactly met my sweetness level satisfaction.

Believe me! This dessert will leave mango lovers in a state of euphoria.

Stewed Bird’s Nest with Harmar in Coconut

This dessert was served hot and thus slightly lost its sweetness. But it didn’t give much surprise as the coconut milk was overpowering.

Where to hunt for this yummilicious dessert?

Xu Liu Shan has many outlets in Hong Kong. I went to the one opposite Time Square.

Many people queuing for their desserts.

Times Square

"Shuang Pi Nai"--"Double Skin Milk"

Yee Shun is renowned for their smooth and special “Shuang Pi Nai”. It’s just like our “Tau Fu Fa” but this is made from milk and thus it’s very good for our skin.

Very smooth texture with a strong milk scent. Those anti-milk persons may not like this as it’s too milky for them.

Try this if you want smoother and fairer complexion.

Yee Shun has 5 branches in Hong Kong, located at Kowlong, Causeway Bay and MongKok. It is a milk company and started their business in Macau before expanding into Hong Kong and China’s market.

I tried their “Double Skin Milk” in Macau too.

As you can see in the photos, the colour and texture are different. The skin of Shuang Pi Nai in Macau was whiter and their texture was smoother. Surprisingly, it tasted 10 times better than the one I tried in Hong Kong. So remember to go to their place of origin if you want to try the best “Shuang Pi Nai”.

Pork Chop Bun

You can see pork chop bun everywhere in Macau. But it’s hard to get the nice one because those famous shops will only open in a certain period of time everyday. Anyway, the pork chop bun in normal restaurants is not bad too.

Pork chop bun @ Yee Shun, Macau

Pork chop bun @ Sopa De Fitus Internacional, Macau

The pork chop bun here got the thumbs up. The bun was soft and the pork was juicy, tender and perfectly marinated. The aromatic butter spread on the bun was a plus.

Soup fish noodles served with seaweeds

The last worth-trying food must be this special fish noodles.

The noodles were super bouncy and it’s just like eating fish balls. I love it. Come and try this by yourself.

This restaurant is located near Mongkok MTR Station.

Amongst so many food and delicacies I tried in Hong Kong and Macau, the best is still the Dessert from Xu Liu Shan. And another favourite would be the Double skin milk. What you say?

P/S: I received a bad news from my manager yesterday. I was selected for a secondment and I have to work in KL or PJ starting next month til end of this year. What make me sad is that accommodation is not provided and I have to travel daily though transportation claims can be made. I hate wasting time on travelling, I hate waking up in the very early morning and my plan for yoga classes have to be cancelled. Arrrrrrrrrrrgh...... How to motivate myself to be happy?

Saturday, August 02, 2008

Hong Kong Disneyland

Finally it’s the time to post my long overdue photos.

Come on, follow me and I’ll bring you to a lovely, funny and worries-free place where you can virtually back to your childhood and live in the fairytale’s palace.

Be patient………. We are on the way. Say hello to this little cute girl first.

In the train

Obviously we are heading to Disneyland now

Finally we reached this ‘Mousy and Donaldy land’

Disneyland Entrance

Yippie! Carrie Mouse got the entrance ticket printed with a Minnie Mouse

Come faster and closer…..

Main Street, USA

Shall we celebrate Christmas now?

I should have posted these photos half years ago but due to the various reasons, I kept on delaying and only now I’m able to share my happieeeeest moment in Hong Kong Disneyland.

As you can see, the Christmas decoration was not yet been removed though it was already January. Lucky me………..

Let me indulge in this Ding-Dong-Belly atmosphere.

We met Mickey and Minnie!

Had been queuing for about 30 minutes under the scorching sun suffering from harmful UV rays that may cause skin cancer. Please apply your sunblock before you step in Disneyland. Winter at Disneyland is warm.

I’m the tiniest mouse in the house

Not only that, we got this as well

I told Daisy that I loved her costume but she said she liked my coat because her costume made her armpit smelled bad. She told me that her false eyelashes were about to drop as the glue melted………

Girls, don’t ever think to visit Disneyland during summer because you will get tanned.

Piano guy

Adventure Land

I’m riding the raft to Tarzan’s Treehouse

Here we are!

Nothing special about the Tarzan’s Treehouse but you must try the adventurous Jungle River Cruise. It was indeed surprising and funny.

We were waiting outside the theater for the wonderful and marvelous show, “Festival of the Lion King”.

Snapped a few photos of the show. Flash is strictly prohibited during the show. I was so naughty

Proceeding to Fantasy Land……..

The rides here are actually meant for kids. Dumbo the Flying Elephant is so dumb and Mad Hatter Tea Cups is so mad. Not exciting at all. So I only chose the Cinderella Carousel ride.

I looked 8 years younger now….. What you say?

Carrie Mouse, stop pretending cute and young ok?

Mickey’s PhilharMagic 3D show

The Golden Mickeys Musical Show. You will be impressed by their magnificent and bravura stage and backdrops. Amazing!

Fantasyland Train Station

Street Performance

Sleeping Beauty's Castle in the evening

Last station------

Tomorrow Land

The rides at Tomorrowland are definitely worth-trying because it freshen your mind by shaking your brain until you awake so that you are conscious before you leave Disneyland.

Didn’t take much photos here because I was astonished by the super-exciting rides.

Sky was getting dark and it was the time to get a seat in front of the Sleeping Beauty’s Castle to watch their dazzling and stunning fireworks performance.

I didn't record the whole fireworks performance because my memory card was about to full. If you wanna watch the fireworks performance, go to YOUTUBE and I believe you will find thousands of videos there.

Good Bye Disneyland Resort!

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