Friday, October 28, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
After some years, this video has finally been uploaded on Youtube!
Oh man! I really miss performing a variety tasks on the off the air. I miss interviewing guests and moderating discussions. I miss operating the control board, monitor the transmitter, playing recorded music and producing other recorded material. This kind of memory is very precious and unforgettable.
Below is one of the recordings that I like and it's on the last day I on air with my partner.
Monday, October 17, 2011
Friday, October 14, 2011
My younger sister suggested to have Korean food for family dinner,so she picked this Korean Restaurant - Da Sa Rang. I was the first person who raised my hand up as I really love Korean food!
Just like the typical Korean restaurant, we have to sit on the floor but there’s a compartment under the table for us to put our leg. So you can either fold your leg in or sit normally as if you are sitting on a chair.
My first order was this - Onion Pancake (RM25)
My all time favourite - Bim Bim Bap (RM20)
My dad ordered this seafood noodles soup *the soup tastes really good*
We shouldn't order this because it's too spicy and not appetizing
One thing I like about Korean food is they have unlimited refill of side dishes and each Korean restaurant have their own selection of side dishes.
Da Sa Rang has a variety of set menu that you can choose from, ranging from RM 40 to RM 300(inclusive of rice, noodles, seafood steamboat, marinated meat, drinks and etc). But we ordered the a-la-carte pork and marinated chicken set.
BBQ pork and marinated chicken set (RM29 each)
Korean style sauce for BBQ pork (a bit of sweet)
My younger sister Chloe & mummy
My elder sister Elyse & Me
Da Sa RangLot 82, Jalan SS15/4D,
(Da Sa Rang is located just above McD Subang Jaya - behind Starbucks that is near to Taylor and Inti College).
Monday, October 10, 2011
Everyone knows that graduations are very important in a person's life. Well, I personally think that a graduation signals a person's first step into the "real world". I hereby writing this post for my very good friends who graduated recently! Congrats to them - Ms Fell & Ms Wong!
Happy graduation! We are waiting for you to make a significant contribution to the development of our country. After all, we live here!
They have finally graduated after few years of hard work, sacrifices and perseverance. What about a big clap to them? When I looked at them wearing robes and caps, it reminded me my graduation which was a year ago. However, we should look forward instead of looking backward.
Let's look at the photos we took yesterday! Yeah!
Loo Shin & Fellxion
From the left: Me, Fell, May
Are we selling comic books?
80's graduation photographs
Their reactions once they received the present:
Shin: Hmm..Muax muax~
Hope they like the presents: engraved pen & card
"Fell, you have chosen a tough profession. Nevertheless, we believe you are tougher and you'll become an extraordinary professional."
Dear Shin & Fell,
I don't wish you guys to have an easy life, no! I wish you guys to work hard, to be dedicated and then reap the harvest of your labour! From now on, I wish you to meet only good people and good friends. Have beautiful deeds, great prospects and good luck!
Friday, October 7, 2011
Steve Jobs, who co-founded Apple and revolutionized personal computing, died Oct. 5. He suffered from a rare form of pancreatic cancer.
Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs died at age 56 from pancreatic cancer, the company announced Thursday, leaving the technology giant without its visionary. As Patricia Sullivan reported :
Steve Jobs, a co-founder of Apple Inc., who introduced simple, well-designed computers for people who were more interested in what technology could do than in how it was done, died Wednesday (5/10/2011) at age 56.
In a brief statement, Apple announced the death but did not say where he died. Mr. Jobs, who suffered from a rare form of pancreatic cancer and had a liver transplant in 2009, stepped down as Apple’s chief executive on Aug. 24.
An original thinker who helped create the Macintosh, one of the world’s most influential computers, Mr. Jobs also reinvented the portable music player with the iPod, launched the first successful legal method of selling music online with iTunes and reordered the cellphone market with the iPhone. The introduction of the iPad also jump-started the electronic-tablet market, and it now dominates the field.
Read more: Washington Post
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
I spent 3 hours to read the whole book and I found it very useful if compared to other motivational books. The author will never say 'change your attitude', ' say no to problems', 'challenge yourself' or whatever words that sound like very nice to hear. Instead of saying nice words, he uses 'kill the cow'. Do you understand it? Read the book and you'll know what does it mean.
Let's go kill some cows! Filled with stories and parables, this book can motivate you to become what you always wanted to be. A cow is basically just the excuse, the fear, or false belief that is holding you back.
In this empowering book, bestselling author and speaker Dr. Camilo Cruz helps readers identify the hidden excuses that hold them back-even the most entrenched ones-and open the door to greater success and fulfillment. Inspired by a brief parable in which a family of farmers learns to thrive without their beloved (yet costly and unproductive) cow, this upbeat book speaks to readers of every age and lifestyle, helping them take ownership of their choices and their lives.
Monday, October 3, 2011
Saturday, October 1, 2011
The first artist's blog I read was his blog - William Feng or better known by his Chinese name Feng Shao Feng. I am so impressed by his acting skills with his swift change of moods and facial expressions in the Chinese TV series "Palace (宫锁心玉)".
Occupation: Actor, Singer
D.O.B: 7th October 1978
Blog URL: http://blog.sina.com.cn/weiranfengxing