Thursday, July 30, 2009


Hmm...It's been like, what? A month since i last made any posting here.
Guess there's just not enough motivation for me to actually post anything.
Anyway, enough of my blabbering, to you who stop by every now and then,
please leave a message just so i know that people are still reading my blog.
Sounds vain? LOL! See it as a plea, por favor~


Ever since the Beng Hock incident, it seems every major who(s) in the political scene jump to the
"Justice for Beng Hock" bandwagon. Interesting.

Although i pity the deceased, and truly am horrified like the rest of Malaysia regarding the conspiracies strung in the country, i just couldn't shake off the feeling that the whos and whos in the political scene who are busy putting up banners and coming out with embarrassing antics
like screaming profanities on the street are doing that just so they could earn a vote or two
from sympathetics over the country. Politics, no one's really on the good/light side.

All in all, my late sympathy to the family and friends of Yap Beng Hock. RIP~


Beloved Malay director Yasmin Ahmad passed away a few days ago.
Sad. She's one of the rare Malaysian director which i admire, both her as a public figure who fight hard in the unity of Malaysian and her work, portraying the harmonious Malaysia albeit races and religions.

Once again, RIP~


It seems June and July mark the passing of many great public figures. Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett are two others who sadly left the world for a better place. A lot of people might
snort at the freakishness of Michael Jackson these past few years, but i never look pass him as more than a great philanthropist who support world peace in songs like Heal The World.

Although i was never really a fan of his, but i do felt sorry for him, living under constant scrutiny of the public eyes. May he rest in peace now.


For the past 6 days, i took part in the Taiwanese Higher Education Fair held in both Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur and Kluang, Johor.

Part 1: Kuala Lumpur

I never really like going to the capital city of Malaysia, for it's a filthy city filled with foul smell and horrible, messy streets which are constantly overcrowded.

I mean, Malaysia, come on, do ya'll know how misleading the overplayed "Malaysia Truly Asia" ad is? The moment you step down of the Puduraya Bus Station, a pungent smell (a blend of piss, smoke, cigarettes, dust and whatever the heck is) hits the nose. Then there's Bintang Walk, one of the most crowded shopping district in KL, filthy streets, trash littering along the roadside, people offering massage, selling fake Vuitton, Gucci, and Rolex, which is a disgrace to the image of a metropolitan city. Then, the worst thing is, even the fountain well behind Suria KLCC, (which held the title as the second tallest building in the world), is overflown with rubbish and probably spit (i walked by some dude who just "ptui!" a wad of spit into the pool of water). What does that say about Malaysia? Instead of splurging gazillion Ringgit in putting up fake ads, why not use the money to elevate the physical image of the country's capital?

Look at Taipei 101, man, Taipei might be crowded as well, but for some reason, it's tidier and way better in terms of cleanliness.

Leaders of Malaysia, please stop babbling ridiculous political crap and freshen up the icky city.

Part 2: Kluang, Johor

Nothing much to say about this quiet little city.
Although surprisingly, i met plenty of great people throughout the 2 day event whom are surely growing as life-long friends.

And, one thing that surprises me is that, the one person that i loathe in the past ended up as a great person, 2 days worth of time together sure changes my perspectives a lot.


Anyway, that's all for now.
Ooo...btw, shout out to F.O.S (Factory Outlet Store),
found out that they carry my faves labels!
GAP, Old Navy, Banana Republic, DSquared2, Nautica, Dockers, Juicy Couture etc.. for a price that made me cried Hallelujah!!!


No offense intended.

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