Thursday, August 30, 2007

Where U going on Merdeka Eve?

What you gonna do tonight? It’s a long weekend….

Friends been asking me "any plan for Merdeka Eve?".... Well frankly, during my teenage time I will be planning to go down town/somewhere to see fireworks. But that kinda spirit is no longer in me. Why? The parking rates is expensive (unless you park tepi jalan-lah), very crowded & freaking jam to go anywhere. Talk about jam, fug the road closure in KL starts 6pm today. Am sure everyone gonna get pissed..I hope you won’t get stuck in the jam. IF you are, Good Luck and Have Fun screaming in your car. Ha! Ha! Ha!

Oh well, I will be at home, grab some snacks and get ready to rumble with my DVDs collection. The next day, am gonna find my mama for breakfast and bring her out for the day.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Happy anniversary to u & i

Mangkee & I met back in 21 August 2005 and started dating since then. We've been through ups and down together, I tried to curi his pillow every night he! he! and am glad our relationship is still strong. Hope you (Mangkee) will treat me good good and manja me "kau kau" forever. Though you are very hot cow and I might be grumpy at times but I still love you, my sepet wait, YOU HAVE TO LOVE ME MORE.. muahahahah

Happy 2nd Anniversary My Mangkee

Monday, August 20, 2007

Taiwan Plane Kaboom at Japan Airport

While everybody is worrying about all the volcano eruptions and hurricanes ,
the Taiwanese air carrier, China airlines decided to KABOOM @ Japan Southern Island, Okinawa..
summarize, Thank god nobody was killed, saw that news while having my mixed rice with my company's engineers, the first impression was, wahlaueh mother of god punya holy cow :P some plane just exploded,yes i know, i am 7+1 :P
for those who are hardworking and like to clicky click on links source

And to those that are lazy to open another window, just READ below LAH!!!!! :P~

TOKYO (Reuters) - A plane belonging to Taiwan's China Airlines Ltd. exploded and caught fire soon after landing on Japan's southern island of Okinawa on Monday, but officials said all 165 people on board had escaped safely.

The Boeing 737-800 plane, which had just arrived from Taipei, was already being evacuated when the left engine exploded, ripping the plane apart, officials and witnesses said.

"I saw several passengers evacuate from the plane using a chute. After a minute or so, I heard the sound of an explosion. It was a big explosion," said Tadahiro Hasuo, who told NHK he felt the heat of the blast while passing the airport in a taxi.

The charred remains of the plane lay broken on the tarmac near the terminal after the flames were extinguished, an hour after the explosion.

The nose of the plane sagged on its side, while the tail -- emblazoned with the airline's pink plum blossom symbol -- was intact at the other end.

In between, the blackened remains of the interior could be seen, with much of the roof of the plane gone.

Early investigations raised the possibility that leaking fuel may have caught fire.

"We don't have any information that suggests the accident was linked to terrorism. There is a possibility of the engine exploding and catching fire due to a fuel leak," a Naha airport police official told Reuters.

One member of the ground crew had been injured, Kyodo news agency reported.

The airline said the plane, which had 157 passengers and eight crew, had just undergone scheduled maintenance.

"Everything was working according to normal procedure. There was nothing wrong during the flight," China Airlines spokesman Johnson Sun told reporters.

China Airlines has a troubled safety record with four deadly accidents in the past 13 years, including a crash in the Japanese city of Nagoya in 1994 in which 264 people were killed.

Okinawa is a popular spot for beach holidays and the number of visitors to Japan from other parts of Asia has increased in recent years, with the lifting of visa restrictions.

(Additional reporting by Isabel Reynolds and Leika Kihara in Tokyo and Ralph Jennings in Taipei)


Tuesday, August 14, 2007

QR matrix code

Hrm,why is this blog so diam 1 ah? nebermind,let me make some noise,
todays topic will be about QR matrix code,it definition of QR stands for "Quick Response" as the creator intended the code to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed. QR Codes are most common in Japan, and are currently the most popular type of two dimensional code in Japan.

QR Codes are now used for inventory management in a wide variety of industries. Since 2003, convenience-oriented applications, aimed at relieving the user of the tedious task of entering data into their mobile phone, have been developed. QR Codes storing addresses and URLs are becoming increasingly common in magazines and advertisements in Japan. The addition of QR Codes on business cards is also becoming common, greatly simplifying the task of entering the personal details of a new acquaintance into the address book of one's mobile phone.

Source :


a QR code for

Some Sample QR Code

Make your own QR Code

Friday, August 10, 2007

Guest blogger from the zoo

Greetings humans,
i am now officially the guest blogger of travinslife :> *imitating homer, WOHOO*
it gives me great satisfaction to allow me rants bout my daily life at the zoo,my high and lows POV(Point of View,and no not the hamtai *winks) about worldwide issues ...
that's all for now
peace out dudes

da BonnIe bLue a cozy place for a hair cut

I'm picky when it comes to hairstylist. It kinda freak me if the hairstylist only concentrate on the hair but no PR skill. I don't want autobot cutting my hair, ha! ha! ha! Basically I've tried quite a few before I met Des in year 2001. That time, he was just working in a shop but now he has a shop at Bandar Menjalara, Kepong. He work alone so gotta call and make appointment, else you'll end up sleeping there especially weekend. So everyone. this is the place I've been restyling my hair since 2001.Why have I been so loyal? Because his PR skill is good, styling is perfect (for me) and environment is cozy. Other than hairstylist job, Des also do make-up & some flower art work. Oh ya, his charges are almost same like other hair salon.

i wondered why it is call bonnie blue, can be bonnie rainbow, bonnie green..etc..right? right? am thinking if i have a shop in future, what should i name it? any suggestion?

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Boon Tat Restaurant Seafood

I still remember Boon Tat was located in a wooden house before they moved to the current nice place (its just opposite the old one). Thou their food is quite pricey but its worth what we paid for. sooper dooper delicious if you love chilies. Actually, that's the main purpose we went there, for fresh and hot seafood. Guess, they have different style cooking the seafood too. 9 of us and the bill was RM390. Approx RM40/pax...I'll suggest you go in a group of 10 to share the cost..


My foodie goodie rate: 10/10
fried chilies crab & *ham choy* meehoon soup with fishy

fried chilies prawn


Boon Tat Restaurant Seafood
No. 6, Jalan Soon Huat Jetty, Off Jalan Papan Pandamaran, 42000 Port Klang
Tel : 603 - 3168 7116


We gathered...we makan....we joked...we laughed..we take pics....
*We gathered at lil penang, the curve... we started to eat..mmmm..yummy food..*

common let's snap snap before the others reached

hmmmph, we seriously take these pics before?

BB hannah: I said gimme your watchie
June: No way..hoosay..


No matter how far we are, how busy we are....we'll always support everyone in everything they do...