Friday, 30 November 2007

Bak Kut Teh @ Office...

Have you try eating Bak Kut Teh at office before?? Today we gonna have a Bak kut teh lunch at office .. haha

I responsible as "aunty" role. Went to pasar at the morning, and looking for extra material can put into the bak kut teh. So i brought some "Oil Fried Ghost (油炸鬼)" and Meat ball (猪肉丸).

I never go pasar more than 5 time in a year. What this mean? This is show me is bad son 啦~


Brought some food for my break, it call "Apam Balik". Hokkian know as "慢煎糕". Long time no try for it. Taste good, inside consists butter and some peanut.
Other supporting roles with Bak Kut teh...
Pasankia responsible to buy Bak Kut Teh at pasan(Klang), and i responsbile to buy the 滷猪肉.
良记 at kepong baru.

滷猪肉 in cooking....Klang 肉骨茶。。。

Office full of the smell of ~肉骨茶Busy cut the 油条。。。i brought 10 piece.
Lunch time~~~My first time to try the Klang bak kut teh, the herb is more tasteful than KL. Unfortunately,pasankia say that those shop at klang unlike customer to add soup. But i like the soup... :)

Monday, 26 November 2007

Look Out Point - KL City View

Description from Travel Times
The Lookout Point, 300 metres above sea-level, commands a stunning view of about 80 per cent of Kuala Lumpur, as well as the whole of Ampang Jaya and some parts of Petaling Jaya.

This was my 2nd time visit to Restaurant Look Out Point.
It allocated up the hill at Hulu Langat Bukit Belacan. Just becareful when you drive up to the Restaurant, there is a short slanting road that you to pass by.

If you use the way from cheras, before you reach the restaurant, there is a side that suitable to see the KL City view. You will notice there is a road at your right hand side.

The picutre, i snap at the look out point. Then we continue our journey to the restaurant.

Here we are...


The Kl city view, i snap from the restaurantI order a Sizzling Black pepper chickchop, RM11.80, taste is normal, the source abit tasteless.
Chocolate Ice Blended,Rm5..80, if i not mistake.Thanks so much for my leng lui colleague help me snap alots of nice photo. I think you more suitable & got fate with my camera, so how the consideration? Sell to you , want? :)

This is other restaurant, but i not sure what kind of food they serve.It been haunted? Of course Noo... :D

We sitting there from 8.30pm until 11 pm. We had watched 8 time person blow their candle and hear the Happy birthday song, i think it is the place more suitable for celebrate birthday rather than farewell :) , whatever it was a place to enjoy the nice view of kl city but not because of the food.

Thanks for the dinner again, love you guys.

Some reference to the place,
http://www.realmalaysia.com/2006/06/13/look-out-point-ampang/
www.chingling.net


Phone number for reservation( In order to sit beside the hill)
Chua - 012-3261391 Fendy - 017-3535210

Tuesday, 20 November 2007

Lai Hui Wedding Dinner & wedding day

Finally our dear lai hui has become Mrs koo. And is great to meet back all my friend at penang. Is was a very great gathering night and Miss Chan Lai Hui look like a shining star :)




Where we from? TARC !!!!!!!!!!!

Class E1, only leave 9 person. Other 10 person is missing :D

Is a wonderful night, seldom have such chance to connect the persons from the North and South. Well folks, keep in touch. Friend foverer.

I always remember the moment we study, rush assignment, group discusion and prepare the exam together. And our class always are the best in BIS :)


Continue.........

Wish you & See koon happy foverer, best wishes for you.... ^^

Tuesday, 13 November 2007

Farewell for Yuen Ying at Yakinku 烧烤馆

Date : 11 Nov 2007, raining day
Place: Ampang from old town kopitiam move to Yakinku 烧烤馆 at Pandah Indah
Person: Me , Jacy, Jennifer, Tai Ma Seng, and the most pretty girl, Yuen ying
We order some sotong, bacon, chicken meat, and taufu for barbecue. Taste good, but we over barbecue for some food, lucky we got thin seng to help us to finish all. Guys, next gathering, you has any food extra, i think thin seng can be the one who help u guys clean up ! :D


A Small cake for yuen ying, although is small, but it is expensive and taste good... actually the cake is below RM30 la :D , i lie you to guys that day.


Hmm...you praying or making a wish, abit confusing for us :D

Happy birthday althought is too early for celebrate.

Jacy cant wait to taste to cake. ....
Wish you have a nice trip to UK, and happy birthday to you.

Video for the happiness girl.
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Monday, 5 November 2007

A single Dream. A world of Hope by Terry Fox

Yeah, I just went back from the run, a heavy traffic jam at Lake Garden in the morning. You can see many categories of people, kids, family, teenagers, and older citizen (Chinese, Malay, Indian and Foreign) are coming for the run.

"People mountain people sea" around the area. So we start the run around 9am after doing some body warm up exercise. Honestly is hard for us to make a run, most of the people in 'jogging' at the beginning point, I only do a speed up after a walk about 500m.

The short route is 3.2km for children, you can take challenge for 6km as a tribute to their loved ones (whose lives was claimed prematurely by cancer).
So i totally took about 40 min for the 6km run ( Because in the begining , i am jogging, not running).
There is an email that send by the Terry Fox Run KL Committees about cancer.
I would like to share this nice piece of article by Dr Albert Lim (source: www.malaysiaoncology.org):
We don’t know what causes cancer
- We do
- Accumulated genetic mistakes
-Disease of ageing
- Chemicals, radiation, viruses
- ‘Unknown’

Can we prevent cancer?
- Stop smoking
- Maintain ideal/ less than ideal body weight
- Vaccinate against Hepatitis B
- Secondary prevention
– mammography, pap smear, faecal occult blood test, PSA

Does smoking cause cancer?
- Yes

Is cancer largely a lifestyle disease?
- No

Is cancer inherited?
- Only 10% are inherited
- Remember, you inherit the risk, not the cancer

Remember too, cancer do not discriminate! If good fortune permits, I will be updating you again in Terry Fox Run 2008! So till then!


I will going the run for next year again. And encourage your friend stop smoking to prevent cancer looking for you. :D

Thursday, 1 November 2007

Terry Fox Run 2007

Anyone going for this charity organization? My 1st run in my life for charity :D

Date of The Run: 4th November 2007
Flag Off: 9 am
Venue: Taman Tasik Perdana (Lake Gardens)
Location Map: (will be updated, check back soon…)
Rules & Regulations:1) All participants must run on the designated route2) For wheelchair bound, and physically challenged participants, please note that there are slopes along the run route.3) Participants are to be at the assembly area by 8:45am.

The price for the T-Shirt (all sizes) is RM 25.00 per piece. Of course, extra donation is welcomed!

The Terry Fox Run has been held in Malaysia for over 15 years. The Runs since 2001 have raised more than RM750,000/-, with 2006’s contribution being RM281,000.
The Terry Fox Run is a non-competitive event for the whole family, with a large number of participants under the age of 10 and over the age of 50. Two routes are being planned, one for fun-runners and another for experienced runners. Cyclists and roller-bladers are welcome.
To take part in the run, just append your details in the
comment section with your name, organization, t-shirt size and no of participant!
IMPORTANT: The pre-registration process is very important so that the Organizer can estimate the number of T-shirts to be printed. So, you can greatly help the organizer with their estimation by
pre-registering here!

History of Terry Fox


I don’t feel that this is unfair. That’s the thing about cancer. I’m not the only one, it happens all the time to people. I’m not special. This just intensifies what I did. It gives it more meaning. It’ll inspire more people. I just wish people would realise that anything’s possible if you try; dreams are made possible if you try.” – Terry Fox (1958-1981)

Terry Fox was 18 years old when he was diagnosed with bone cancer. His right leg was amputated above the knee. Whilst in hospital, Terry was so moved by the suffering of cancer patients, particularly children, that he resolved to run across Canada (a distance of 8,500 kilometers) to raise money for cancer research. He called his journey the “Marathon of Hope”.
Terry Fox, an amputee, ran a marathon (42 kilometers) a day for 143 consecutive days - a total distance of 5,373 kilometers. At that stage, Terry was forced to abandon his run as the cancer spread to his lungs. Terry Fox died at the tender age of 21. Before he died, he knew that a fund-raising event would be held each year, with the same objectives as the Marathon of Hope - to help find a cure for cancer.
Since 1981, the Terry Fox Run has raised more than RM1.3 billion in aid of cancer research around the world.
The Terry Fox run is organized by a volunteer committee comprising individuals and representatives of institutions. All members of the organizing committee are not paid. Institutions supporting the Terry Fox Run include various embassies & high commissions, schools, colleges and universities, companies, statutory bodies, non-profit organizations and sports clubs.

Hero....have to salute to you, you are great, Terry fox