Friday, November 19, 2010

Addiction in anything kills

I guess it is hard to stop doing the things you like to do. Once you start something, it's difficult to get out of the flow. Even though injuries other negative consequences take place.

But as the saying goes, do everything in moderation. Like it or not, I've reached the limit of my badminton addiction, as well as my craving for newer and better badminton equipment.

Not only did it strained my wrist, hurt my arm and damage some muscles on the shoulder/back area, the game contribute to most of my cost in my weekly allowances.

I really have to take it easy and play in moderation before it permanently destroy my chances of playing badminton.

I also need to stop drooling at Yonex Nanospeed 9900 racket because deep down I know the cost is mostly paid towards their promotional and advertisement initiatives.

Hopefully I'll able to manage my badminton game and not play every single day.

Till then

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

running away will never make you free

Life is nothing but changes. Some would be good and some would be bad. Without facing them head on, we'll never know what we get.

I've been living in my comfort zone all this while with my comfort food, comfort companionship, and endless support by people around me. But now, all of this privilege is starting to fade. What seem like a carefree lifestyle is ending.

Career demands, new time management, new perspectives in life, looking at positive side, working with limited supervision, growing older, loosing friends, loosing girlfriends, are some of the changes and challenges I face in this transitional period. It's difficult to adapt , yes! but certainly not impossible. It's just that I crave for instant result. A bad habit that I've yet to overcome.

I hope the new "life" that I'm stepping in fulfills my needs as how it was back in the good old days and not bring out the worst in me.

As for progress, I would personally like thank "J" (you know who you are) for giving me a head start in this whole mumbo-jumbo safe-transition plan. And I certainly hope we'll get to know each other better in the coming weeks.

Till then.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Update 101

Recently I've been crazy over badminton game. I started playing more session in a week, follow up by a badminton training every Sunday, 6-8pm.

To secure my game further, I even purchased a second racket as a spare, just in case I snap my default racket.

I've also participate in weekly games via to further fuel my craving over badminton.

In the whole experience, I found out what I truly want in life and what I view as important in an individual

Participating in sports event can enable you find out more about yourself.

Till then.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Sammy's Adventure 3D (2010)

If you enjoy soft movies with a bit of humor and romance, this is one movie not to be missed!

An easy to digest storyline with cute 3D animated cartoon characters.

It doesn't go well without 3D glasses and it can seriously bore to hell if you're the type that prefers drama and action pack movies.

Till then.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Detective Dee (2010)

An epic storyline about a detective who strives to beat odds of magic and witchcraft.

An interesting story that relates to the history of China during the female emperor era.

The movie is predominantly filmed on blue screen, so yeah, "awesome" graphic but not as realistic as Inception (2010).

Till then.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Don't Bully Your Boyfriend

Don't take it out on your boyfriend every month, use this simple tips to ease down your pain!

If you keep torturing your boyfriend like that, he will leave you! Hahaha... Never mind, there's always someone better out there.

Till then.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen

From teacher to hero, what else do we not know about IP man? In his latest episode, he came back with full force and annihilates yet another group of cocky Japanese.

He no longer teaches Kung Fu, he's now a crazy, blood thirsty anti-Japanese Chinese who looks forward in killing the next Japanese Army officer.

Well, the movie revolves around in mind games, politics and a lot of dialogue. If you're the type who hates story-line's this one movie you would dislike.

Till then.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Wall Street - Money Never Sleeps (2010)

Call him daddy or father in law, in life, nothing is free. From the day you are born to day your parents bought you that brand new sport car, nothing is actually free. Parents are just investing on you, in exchange to look after them when they are old.

Wall Street looks precisely into the root of this problem, money.

If you are a business student, a person who reads business article, hell yeah! This is one good movie.

If you rather watch dramas, go shopping and gossip about your friends ex than you better prepare a pillowcase before you enter the cinema. Wall Street could bore you to death.

Till then.

Monday, October 4, 2010

My Dream Wedding

Not only does it save energy and hassle, it's cheap too! And I'm sure you'll surprise everyone.

Till then,
Blogging with my Ice Latte at hand.

Legend of The Guardians - Owls of Ga'hoole

Who would have thought that owl's can get that complicated? And I thought they only travel at night (nocturnal). The moon thinggy on their eyes, urgg.. I'm confused.

This is what I can say about the movie.

Lovely storyline, very fluffy and cute looking owls, and of course, amazing 3D image rendering.

Sad to say, it is only appealing with 3D glasses. There are quite a few unnecessary slow motion scene that is irrelevant to non-3D.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

The third day after I finished my degree

I wanted a break so to speak before putting my head on Jobstreets but I just can't stop thinking wondering what the future holds. I just accepted the fact that life from now on will be very different. It won't be like extending datelines, it won't be fooling around and talking trash about lecturers and it definitely won't as exciting as before.

Welcome to adulthood Darren. Now you know why your parents bring back home stress.

I guess it is still early to determine how I fare at working life.

Starbucks Coffee makes life a little easier, agree?

Till then.

Impress your date with Wine and Chocolate

If you are trying impress your date or a specific someone with dessert, try wine and chocolate pairing. It's creative and classy for those who appreciate european and western cultures.

Till then,

Monday, September 27, 2010

Growing adult

I saw an interesting advertisement on New Straits Times today. Apparently, CIMB is looking for social media experts cum administrators for Facebook.

It look tempting at first but I'm still a tad too skeptical venturing into the unknown. I had several bad experiences maintaining and positioning brands on Fan Pages but I knew very well, deep down, that I love marketing on social media website.

The big question is - What am I waiting for? and am I missing out on a good opportunity? I can't help but to remind myself these few questions everyday because I set myself goal by age 30 to own a house and to have enough money to start a family.

Gosh.. I'm only 22, somebody, anyone, please remind me that I'm still young and subjected to learning and making mistake.

Gee.. hehe.

I like how my colleague says "he lovesss Starbucks" (with a smile) - You made my day.

Till then.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

How to get a person kiss you?

Boose might be good way to get a person to kiss you but don't limit yourself to just one tactic. Try being a nice guy or girl and earn your kiss the right way. You can't just hard sell yourself and expect others to like you.

Till then.

Monday, September 20, 2010

A little view on risk taking - money and investment in general

Today, I'll like to touch a thing or two about the subject "risk". I'm sure there are times where you answered life-changing questions. But before going into what risk is really about, let's look at Monopoly and how we evolved playing that game.

Monopoly Board Game

I'm sure you have at least played the game once in your life or rather heard about that game. It is basically a game design for children age 7 and above. And it enforces the learning curve on money management, risk management, real estate sales and a little bit of banking (mortgages and loans).

People who are good in games like that are usually experts in this few areas and not merely luck by the rolled dice.

I mean, if you look at it critically, do you risk gambling your remaining money on an expensive, you-think-is-an-opportunity property hoping that maybe, your friends might fall into it later on? Or do you save keep your remaining cash for bad times or bad luck? All this decision making process come into play and it reflects your judgment with money and risk taking.

Maybe you might question the credibility of the board game having govern by a fix set of rules but really, look at what other people are saying about property - "property is a good investment", "values goes up later" and etc. There isn't the slightest hint or consideration that people might not arrive or purchase your property, despite the quality of the land and the location. Frankly, business in real estate is extremely similar to the rolled dice effect of Monopoly.

Rather than to just consider the product quality, consider the contact point, conveniences and chances of a consumers arrival at the location itself. Now a days, knowing it's not enough. Monopoly instills that mindset to you indirectly. The chances of the rolled dice.

Apart from that, it also enforces money management. It teaches you to evaluate your buying power and not just the opportunity. There are people in life that are so blinded by the opportunity, they literally forgotten that they lack the money and the soft skills needed to maintain their property/product, hence the sales and marketing involving in pushing the property.

Really, what I'm trying to say is, Monopoly, can potentially change your perception towards life and business. It teaches you to look at things openly and teaches you to create opportunity for others rather than yourself per se.


Now that you have a clear picture of what I'm thinking, Monopoly, we can talk about risk.

Really, there are several ways of looking at risk. Some of you might consider it stupid, an opportunity or rather a mindset in you.

To me, risk is all about chances and it's all about going against the norm. Ultimately, risk is something ridiculous that someone propose to you or something that everyone disagrees with you and you do it anyway. Don't say no one tell you or at least influence you, I'm sure you talk about your risk before taking them.

But the real question is, how do we manage risk and make the good decisions? That my friend, is learned through experience. And one of them is Monopoly. I'm also suggesting that you spend more time learning rather than to jump into an ocean that you "think" you a lot about before making drastic changes in your life. You must look at situations beyond your common sensory, especially the eyes and the ears.

Seriously, I don't mean to brag or anything but I'm quite good at Monopoly. To a point my cousins says "I'm worried about him loosing cause he seldom or never lost before this, he might not understanding the emotion of loosing".

So my final message for you, think before you do anything, think. The opportunity is there but don't get blinded by the upfront success you see on others.

I can't get enough of Starbucks Coffee.

Signing off,

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

What is your ideal way of dying?

It's really sad and frightening to know that one day all of us will have to die. Not that I'm actually afraid of dying, I'm just concern that I would not have the chance to choose the way I depart. If it's possible, I would like to die on the shoulders of the person I held dearly.

Today is the first day of my grandmother's funeral ceremony and I hope she finds peace and serenity on the other side. I would like to take this opportunity to thank her for looking after me and my family all this years. It is a pleasure having her around.

I would also like "her" to know that I will always carry her words forward in life. Like her advise in life, wisdom and so forth.

Having grandmother like her, makes me reflect on myself as well as my parents, cause one day we'll all grow old and depend on the people around us.

Signing off,

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

53 years of Independence

I had a blast last night with some of the folks from "One Community". It was a little insane at first but in the end, they were a bunch of really friendly and fun individuals.

I felt a little lost at first due to language barriers but after talking to a few people and playing several games, everything made sense. We're not that different after all. Not that I completely abandon Mandarin. I can still speak and write a couple of words.

What I learn from that experience is that everyone plays a role. Everyone plays an important part in contributing, like ideas, games, participation and etc. It is the like mindedness of everyone that made that event a success.

However, the overall event wasn't quite as what I expected, perhaps I'm little bit too demanding but I still had fun. Thus, I'm grateful.

One thing I must comment though. The fireworks displayed on Ampang Look Out Point was as small as a size of a 50 cent coin. It's really disappointing and it really kill the romantic atmosphere. So guys, you'll know where to get next time.

Blogging from Starbucks

Till then,

Friday, August 27, 2010

Thursday badminton game

Badminton today was great. I get to meet two new individual and stroked several rounds with them. I hope the video below can attract more people to play with us!

Till then,

Badminton Nightmare

It's so hard getting youngsters to play badminton. What else to they do besides clubbing? Maybe they need girls or good looking boys to motivate them. Let me see what I can do...

Anyway, for those who are interested, please join my group page:

1 - 2 hours, once a week, is not too much to ask right? We got to stop giving excuses.

Till then,
To no excuses.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

New things are always hard at first sight

It's been a tough few weeks for me. It's quite difficult juggling between work and college assignment at the same time. Not to mention the changes that is happening in your life, such as getting new friends, loosing certain friends, having more free time or less and etc and etc.

Personally, I'm a not a fan of transition but I guess I should just make the best in my current situation. I'm starting to accept the fact that things doesn't always go your way.

Till then,
All the best.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Monday Blues or Red?

Another fruitful Monday (off day). I serviced my car, collected my car battery's warranty card, started my internship report without too much hassle, successfully sent my dad over to the workshop to collect his car and had lunch with my mom. And now I'm blogging to you from Starbucks - sipping latte while I brag to you. What a nice day.

Not only that, I also uploaded a badminton video (with me on it) to YouTube! You can get it on my Facebook Open Group Page (

Here's a little picture of environment right now.

Venti Latte and

If you like playing badminton as much as I do, feel free to message me on the group page.

Till then,

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Porky dinner

Again I apologize for not jotting down the exact location but this pork experience is somewhere remote in the housing area of Mount Kiara. It's argubly one of the best places for pork and the best place to clot your arteries! So go easy on the meat!

Credits to Amber Kwan for bringing us there.

A pile of Pork Ribs (Roasted)

Roasted Chicken with Giant Chargrilled Bananas

And finally, the signature pork chop. The best dish so far.

Too bad for Muslim people though, this is one helluva porkie experience.

Till then,

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Eating Dim Sum at night

I'm not exactly clear on which part of Kuala Lumpur I'm in but I'm sure I saw Victoria International College nearby, so maybe you might want to look up on that. It is one of the place where you can get Dim Sum at night.

Credits to Yong Siang for bringing us there.

Variation of exotic Dim Sum with chrysanthemum tea. Not to mention the herbal chicken wrap (metal fold).

Till then,
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Monday, August 9, 2010

Monday Madness

The past few weeks was at Starbucks. But due to the malnutrition-typed cup noodles I had for lunch, I chose Old Town WhiteCoffee instead. I needed a dose of protein, high anti-oxidant WhiteCoffee and a little fat from the specialty toast.

I can't pass the guilt eating rubbish at home.

Something better than Cup Noodles.

And as you can see, I'm quite busy organizing and maintain my regular badminton groups for Saturday's and Sunday's. I was hoping maybe you can contribute to my efforts by playing with us, passionately. We are after all, friendly and nice people.

Till Then.

Badminton Frenzy

I've recently been craving for badminton and took the initiative to create a Facebook group to attract similarly minded people.

My first initial intention was to find a replacement for the Sunday game but it seem that our friend, yong siang, has recovered from his leg injury.

What I get instead, was a Saturday game with two determine and pretty female players. It was really nice to have to mix doubles instead of your regular men's double.

Hopefully the Saturday game will continue to stay and not stray away from relationships or non-commitment reasons.

I don't know what happened to me recently, I just love playing badminton and I have a strong urge to win every game with the best of my ability.

If you readers, have the same passion as me, I suggest you leave a message on my Facebook Group. We can always plan weekly badminton games and play somewhere convenient to you.

Timing would really depend you. We try our very best to accommodate your timing and your location.

Till then,

Monday, August 2, 2010

A really hot Monday.

It has been five weeks since I left college and work as an intern. I can't help but to feel that life in college/university was much better.

Back then, we can skip classes, wear shorts and slippers to school, delay due dates, do silly things and get away with it.

Not to mention the social life we had back then.

We were practically allowed to waste money, make mistakes and fool around with all the pretty girls at school without a slightest worry of the future.

It was one honeymoon period for all of us.

But I guess, all good must come to an end. Now that we became full fledged adult, we have responsibility, job and a future to think of.

No one is going help us now.

Blogging at Kelana Jaya, Starbucks.

You know what, I really miss playing pool at asia cafe.

Till then.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Despicable Me (2010) - A must watch!

I just watched Despicable Me (2010) and I think is by far one of the best animated 3D movie, better than Dragons. And I think, it's much better than Shrek.

In short, the movie all about a person trying to be the baddest and meanest thieve on earth while manifesting the characteristic of the most caring father.

It's quite emotion inclined towards the end, so girls, I suggest you prepare an extra packet of tissue. Not that I actually cried. I don't.

Well, I guess it's funny too.

Till then.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Sickening Mondays

Like last week, I spent my entire evening at 1u, shopping and doing my internship assessment. Now that I forgot to bring my notes, hence unable to do my daily log, I thought, maybe I should start doing the main component of the assessment in the internship report, like company background and etc.

As much as I want to start doing the assessment, I can't. I can't because I can barely breath. This flu has definitely brought the worst in me. I tried exercising, drinking lots of water, pumping 1000mg of vitamin C, still, the flu, sore-throat and drowsiness remains.

damn it, really.

Well, at the very least, I can still enjoy good coffee and blog in places like Starbucks.

It feels good surrounded by books and magazine + coffee.

You guess it right, Boaders Starbucks at The Curve.

Till then.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Asam Laksa at Old Town WhiteCoffee

I had Asam Laksa in Old Town yesterday and surprisingly, it tasted quite good. It is very similar to the famous Penang Asam Laksa as it uses the same concept of blending fish meat into the broth.

It looks slightly different from your usual Asam Laksa. There's no pineapple too!

Till then,
Let me know if there's any other good eatery out there.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Monday is the new Sunday.

Today I took my time sipping coffee, looking through my internship assignments and bought a few stuff from One Utama. It's really strange at first as I usually work an study on Mondays but thanks to, Monday is now the new Sunday - only without the blustering crowd.

A simple and elegant, coffee of the day (and not your favourite too-much-sugar caramel frap).

Till then

Octopus predicts world cup - but maybe it was just hungry and decided to take the nearest bet.

It's been a tough week. I really need to plan my time properly and blog regularly, like how I used too. But anyway, here's a video you guys should take a look before the final fifa world cup around starts.

I wonder what will happen if the poor creature predicts wrongly? Maybe it will end up in a sashimi platter. They call it Chuka-irageh.


Sunday, July 4, 2010

Update: Internship

I've just started internship on the 29th of June and this is my first weekend. I've not able to take any good pictures lately but I'm not quitting just yet. Give me a little more time and I'll post some mouthwatering food photos by tomorrow.

But what I really wanna say on this post is, "good luck with your internship". I wanna remind all the friends and students from my batch that working is not as easy as how it looks on television.

We learn, we write, we speak at college, apparently it's not enough to perform what other experienced people are achieving. There is still a lot of learn about a company and their products and services that is not covered in our course. Even certain values, like perseverance, is merely explained and practiced in school. Meaning to say, we were babysit-ed by our lecturers. Life was too easy back then.

But what we can do now, is to put in more hard work and try our best to learn as fast as we can. After all, we are degree students and there are some level of excellence in order to pass the degree. We should be able to make a good impression through the hardship we went through studying and doing assignments without proper sleep.

I really hope that we can meet up again one day and reminiscent about old times and talk business like old-uncle in the coffee-shops.

Till then,
and Stay Tune.

Monday, June 28, 2010

All time favourite, Old Time White Coffee, Kelana Jaya Brance.

Firstly, I wanna congratulate my girlfriend for finding a better place to stay. It took eons to find a good and cheap place to rent. We literally survey every corner of each housing area in Taman Mayang area to ss2, until we decided to choose the one in Ara Damansara. Aside from the quietness the area provides, it is also near to her working place in near One Utama.

Hopefully she's bless with good housemate, so far, aside from the cleanliness issue, her housemate seems pretty welcoming thus far.

As for food, I'll like to tribute the old and surviving kopitiam, Old Time White Coffee.

I know many of you have been to this place and probably sicken by the idea of coffee and egg's but let's face it, this place was once our hangout place, group discussion, assignment doing, dating, dinner and probably lunch. It is only fair to feature this iconic place once in a while (I'm sure you have your own selection of memorable location!).

Below are some of the old time favorite and also my personal favourite in this coffee shop cum cafe restaurant.

Omega 3 soft boil egg.

Ham and Cheese Polo Bun.

And the not so good but healthy ice drink water.

This are arguably one of the few pioneer snacks of Old Time White Coffee, except for the plain water. I am after all, watching my weight and muscle growth, so forgive me for not including the usual hazelnut white coffee.

Please, let me know if there's other restaurant you wish to see in this blog.

Till then,

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Illegal downloads and latest anime/movies and etc

I didn't really have much to eat now a days and with my girlfriend sifting houses, I don't really have the energy to blog. What I can do is, maybe, I can update you with some of the leading torrent animes, such the latest release of bleach and naturo, and where to get them.

Fret not, I'll even teach you how the software and downloading works.

Till then.


First Step:
Download utorrent from

Second Step:
After installing the software, download torrents from (Latest naturo, bleach and other anime), (latest American series) and (pretty much everything from porn to your neighbors leak pictures).

And for the last step:
Keep your computer and router on until the download completes. And if you can, set your router settings and utorrent settings (under option and enable upnp)

Hopefully, you'll find watching illegal movies a bliss after this.

If you have any confusion, issues or suggestion of better p2p software and torrent sites, please don't hesitate to message me at the chatbox or the commentary below.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Sinful food and free movie tickets (again!)

Today, I received an email from MalaysianToday to collect a series of goodies. Frankly, I don't even remember when I participated that online quiz.

But, however, don't be mistaken by the picture, the voucher I receive entitles to most of the upcoming Chinese movies (RAM distribution Voucher).

And since you wasted your precious 15 seconds on this blog, let me reward you with a sinful picture from Hainan Coffee at Tropicana City Mall. Maybe you can include it while you shout to the referee.

On the menu it is written Thai Chicken Chop but they forgot to mention that it doesn't come with vegetable. What's with Thai people and vegetable?

Till then,
Watching football - England v Slovenia
More food pictures approaching, I promise.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Tea Time break at Pappa - Gardens

It's been three days since I submit the last assignment of my degree course. Some might think it's freedom, some might think that education has ended. But the truth is, learning is never over.

What might seem like a break it's actually a path to higher learning, which is adulthood and career.

Still, for what is worth, we finished our degree, kudos to that. And to reward all of you, as well as classmates and Taylor's friends, I give you more food post in this fantastic and annoying blog.


Papparich, The Gardens, Midvalley:

Kampung Half Boiled Egg.

Steamy Otak-Otak.

Plain toasted bread.

And lastly, ice cold coffee with less sugar.

I wish all of you in my batch the best and if we meet again at work, make sure we reminiscence about the past we had in Taylor's and KDU.

Till then,

And most importantly, rest in peace Joash Wee.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

SS2, KTZ. The best snacking place

Finally the race to deadline has ended. All the sleepless night and constant worry is gone for good, at least for education.

But in the utmost importance, I would like to dedicate this food post to Joash Wee, of Taylor's College. He met an accident and died peacefully on Thursday, along with some of his treasured family members. I hope everything will work out for his family.

Still, for what is worth, Joash, I hope you have wifi in heaven. I not might be able to give you anything but the very least you still see with your eyes. I hope the following post get to put a smile on your face. Good luck on your journey!

Below are some of the top snacking dish in ss2, KTZ! Makan Makan Petaling Jaya!

The sinful and addictive, chicken boxing.

A not so popular silver fish fried rice with small ikan bilis and purple cabbage. Taste - 7/10.

Double boil salted and century egg porridge - taste as good as it sounds! - with crispy "Yau Cha Guai".

A icy cold refreshing combination of lotus root and Chinese red dates - Yummy!

And lastly for desert, we had "Pak Guo" and barley soup.

I will continue to source for good food until I've beat Penang's rank for best street food.

Till then,
Stay tune.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

A drink from SS2 Tai Bei and a viking sandwich.

Arguably the finest papaya milkshake you can get in Petaling Jaya area and a wholesome Viking Salmon sandwich at Taylor's Norwegian Sandwich. But not so much for the sandwich though. It could have been better if more lettuce and asparagus was used instead of raw and spicy onions.

Papaya milkshake from ss2 "Tai Bei" - commonly found around Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Another variation of Norwegian's sandwich specialty - Salmon

Guess it right, I'm quite at ease now after finishing my Effective Communication assignment. Acting was not as fun as how it should be.

Till then,
Sweet dreams.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

A quicky update: Happy Birthday Patty!

It's really been a while seen I last blog. I had so much work and consideration to do that I literally had to shut off my daily habit of reading the newspaper. It's that bad.

Now that I retain some of my composure, I thought, maybe, it's time to put up a blog post... And here it is! My two cents worth, in the heart of the stressors I face at school (blogging from the library).

But most importantly, it is my girlfriend's, Patty's, birthday, June 2, this post is dedicated to her. Have a sneak peek on birthday cake.

There you go, a birthday well done!

Also, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Patty on her recent winnings on Mint magazine. It makes watching movie fun again. But like always, she doesn't just walk away with a pair of tickets but a list of other attractive items.

Thanks you so much for making my movie day a reality. Even though we can buy it in the counter but winning it makes the whole event more meaningful.

As for today, we both shared a "meal of the day" at Dessert Bar. Super filling. We also had another birthday, thanks to our lovely classmates.

It's one hell of a meal for someone who already ate his lunch.

Most importantly, I hope she had a good time on her birthday. We prepared lunch, watch a movie, ate something at Senju Sushi and had a drink at Laundry Bar. Nothing too fanciful but surely something to remember for 2+3 birthday = 5. Hahaha!

Something we thought off, last minute, for lunch.


And a drink.

That's all I can write in this cold library. See you next time and have a pleasant evening.

Till then.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Update: Whine!

Damn! The assignment doesn't seem to end. When can I publish my recent fooding at Taylor's? Hehe..

Signing off.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Food at Taylor's 4th episode! The breakfast issue!

With only RM 10 in hand, you can still enjoy good breakfast at Dessert Bar with good coffee to jump start your day and healthy dosage of protein and salad.

Kudos! to early birds.

Sausage, egg and salad sprinkle with sweet and salty dressing, yummy.

Coffee of Day - P.S. I made the creative looking foam

And lastly , my girlfriends wholemeal egg sandwich

And best of all, it's only few steps away from the library with ample amount of table without having to share the sit with a hottie sitting next door.

Till then,
Signing off from the library.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Taylor's Food series,episode 3

Last time, we tired sandwiches and fish and chips from Norwegian Sandwich but today we are going for something cheaper. Something that allow s you to save athebuck without compromising your distinctive taste bud. And that lead us to the Taylor's group floor food court.

Below are some of the pictures of the food my girlfriend took.

Roasted Chicken Rice with Specialty Sauce.

There is more than just hawker food in the food court. If you must, go for the culinary food, it's cheap and good, prepared by the industrial learners in Taylor's School of Hospitality and Tourism.

Signing off.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Morning nightmare and wooes

Today, I woke up at 7.30am, I express my utmost regret in not tuning my alarm clock properly but normally, I would have made because it doesn't take long to drive to college. Today however, was slightly out of the usual norm, it was my debut morning to the first 8am class at lakeside campus. And things couldn't worse...

It may seem cool cutting several cars ahead and jumping queue to get to the main road (1km away from college) to Taylor's but never did I expect the traffic to stall at that point. I thought I made it to class on time really. I was these close to Taylor's until it stall for almost half an hour around the entrance. And since I wasn't guaranteed a car park inside, it decided to call it a day, and move on to my favourite breakfast, starbucks. After all, my next class is at 12. So what's the hurry I thought.

So I speed off to ss15, asia cafe, to get a parking spot and it turns out to be fully occupied. Sadden again, I made a huge turn around and gracefully made it to Subang Parade only to realize that starbucks open at 9, so I thought maybe it's the low level glucose in my head playing tricks with me. I don't know, it's just too much to deal with in the morning, having to cope with all this nonsense. All I wanted to do is to attend class or have breakfast and it seem to be the hardest thing to do.

Amidst everything, I sometimes thank god for everything since I did get my breakfast at Starbucks though I wasted a lot of petrol and time in the process, as well as my patients hehehe.

Huh?? disconnected? Fuck, did the post went through??

Friday, April 30, 2010

Food @ Taylor's round two!

Recap: In the first episode, I covered on fish and chips and green salad at Taylor's Norwegian Sandwich Cafe but as you can see, the word is sandwich. For that I apologize. And as a token of my appreciation, please let me take you on a tour to one of the staple sandwich in Norwegian Cafe Taylor's College.

And below are some of the no-nonsense sandwich pictures taken by handy Motorola.

Bryggen Chicken Supreme Sandwich,

T. Egg Sandwich,


All packed vitamins, fibers and wholemeal carbs, necessary to sustain the next few hours of tiring lectures.

On the other hand, you can also opt for the hot dog, Viking Salmon/Beef sandwich or Fish and Chips, whichever that tickles our fancy but the main dish and most popular sandwich, falls on the Chicken varieties. So choose wisely.

Till then,
I see you at lunch soon.

Next episode: Taylor's food court.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


There's so much to do and so much to expect for. Needless to say, I'm busy doing my work and busy anticipating the unexpected.

As for you, I wish you all the best and thank you once again for your patient in this dire situation.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Fooding at Taylor's College, episode 1

Well, I used to have problems eating at the old and dirty campus but after coming here to lakeside, everything changed. And I think... I need more pocket money!

Har! Oh well... Here are some of the sample taken on my lunch break in Norwegian Sandwich cafe!


Healthy green salad with olive oil and tiny pickles.

Very neat looking fish and chips!

And finally, icy cold ice latte.

Apart from that, there is also crispy popiah, dessert bar and 1901 hot dog cafe, all within reach with just a few footsteps from the library.

Hopefully I don't waste too much time sipping on americano and neglect my assignments!

Last but not least, the fish and chips theft!

Till then,
Expect more Taylor food in the next few post!

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Everyday is a movie day!

At first, everything was planned and the actions was set in the motion but as soon as the plan came, something went terribly wrong. Not like the plan didn't actually work but it did in the end with some luck and here's how the story goes.

Me and my girlfriend, we both, spotted the movie voucher on MalaysianToday's April's fools issue and kept it for two weeks before the screening of the movie but little did we expect, we were supposed to cut the same advertisement on the April 14 issue as well. So blindly as it was, we just move on without checking the voucher twice.

When the day came, I rushed up like some free ice cream campaign and quickly made assumption that people around me are greedy because maybe, they wanted to claim more than what they needed. But it didn't really bother me. I was more concern on whether or not I get to watch the movie because I was one of the last few people behind, queuing up.

Fortunately, when my turn came, there were more than enough tickets for everyone but as I display my advertisement, she told me I was one advertisement short, and utter "why didn't you read!" So I begin looking around for possible adverts on the floor and it turns to be nothing but a wild goose chase.

And just before I could tell the sad story to my girlfriend, a pair of good Samaritans offered their additional advert to me and told me that they were behind me and saw my grief! ha! I thank them with a grin on my face and rushed back to collect a pair of free seating tickets.

Just then, I remembered an incident in MidValley, where we too, gave away free tickets to wandering movie goers.

So I guess that maybe, it is the good gesture that attracted others to do good and not merely happened by chance. It is one of the moment where you can jump and shout "I'm proud doing good!".

With free movies coming in all the time, everyday is a movie day!

And so the story end.
Till then.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

A little updates

First of all, I'm in a two week mid semester break. Yay... And second, I did funny things at Starbucks while my girlfriend was undergoing an interview at Media Prima.

Third, I have a lot of assignments to do.

Fourth, I don't know why I'm blogging.

Till then,
Thanks for wasting your time reading this post.

At the very least, enjoy the following photo that I took at Starbucks.

Cool huh, attention grabbing I would tell you. You should see the faces of those people around me!