Monthly Archives: March 2010

:: NEW :: Master BedrOOm

I was just taking my mind off work for a while but ended up thinking about what’s my new master bedroom gonna look like.

Well…I maybe going to use my old bed but NEW mattress. BUT I like the four poster bed in the picture below. My current bedframe looks exactly like the second vertical on your left. {see image attached}

What do you guys reckon? I welcome your opinion…Ping me!


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..:: NEW ZEALAND ::..


Next family destination probably this June 2010. Still pending confirmation on the dates from my mom.

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Thai Protesters Spill Own Blood

A political protest in Thailand turned into a blood feud Tuesday, as thousands of demonstrators gathered in Bangkok and poured litres of their own blood on the pavement outside the prime minister’s office.

The shock value of the event won headlines and TV time across the world, but few results in the Thai capital, where the “Red Shirt” movement is demanding new elections to unseat Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva’s Democrat Party, which was installed after a 2008 coup.

The 100,000-strong crowd was making a dramatic gesture of support for exiled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was accused of corruption and ousted by an earlier 2006 military coup. The recent protests began after a court decision to confiscate a large part of his wealth.

However Abhisit rejected calls for a new election, while the protesters refused to back down, and growing numbers lined up to have more blood drawn by nurses.

“It’s marvellous political theatre, but it has deep emotional significance,” explained Charles Keyes, an emeritus professor of anthropology and Asian studies at University of Washington.

But Keyes, who has studied Thailand for 50 years, said the demonstration appeared to be going nowhere in the country’s bafflingly complex political landscape.

Thaksin calls himself a “symbol of those bullied by the elite who do not care about democracy and justice,” but during his two terms in power, starting in 2001, was widely criticized for brutal anti-drug and anti-insurgent crackdowns in which more than 2,000 people died. His family business dealings raised eyebrows, and eventually corruption charges.

The division between Thailand’s city elites and their rural “disenfranchised” opponents is also blurred.

Many villagers now work in Bangkok or offshore in Singapore, Taiwan and the Gulf states, although they may identify with their peasant roots. Their lifestyle is increasingly middle class.

And, Keyes said, “Thaksin was a police officer, and has close connections with the higher (police) echelons.” Although the senior military are anti-Thaksin, ordinary soldiers are from rural areas where many sympathize with him.

That may be one reason for the restraint shown by the government and military during the protests so far. On Tuesday, riot police stood by while protest leaders poured blood at the front gates of the prime minister’s office. Masked and gloved health workers later cleaned it up.

The demonstrations are unlikely to bring Thaksin back to power, said Keyes.

But if neither side escalates to violence, the standoff may lead to a compromise.

News from The Star.

More images of these extremists-;

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Food for SOUL: Steamed Siakap =)

Everyday the same menu, the same food-: of course fast food! Last Saturday, I didn’t know what got into me but I somehow decided to buy fish…SIAKAP to be exact. For those who doesn’t know what SIAKAP looks like, do refer to attached image below.

Steamed Siakap With Chilli Padi

1 medium sized Siakap/ Tilapia [which ever you feel like having]

Salt & sugar [to taste]

Ginger slices [julienne]

3 cloves of garlic [julienne]

A handful of coriander leave [roughly chopped]

12 chilli padi [you can add more if you want it to be more spicy!]

To make the sauce-you need:

3 tablespoon nampla sauce/fish sauce

1-2 of lime juice

2 tablespoon vegetable oil

Sesame oil [to taste]

First of all, if you don’t fancy the fishy smell, wash it off with tamarind juice. Then gently score the fish across on both sides allowing it to be cooked thoroughly while steaming. Insert or stuffed the scored area and also inside the head/stomach with garlic and ginger.

If you don’t have an electric steamer or large bamboo steamers like the one used to cook dimsum, you may do it the old fashioned way, stove top with a large wok with lid. Double-boiling method if you know what I mean. But if you’re lazy like I am, you can just boil 3 cups of water in a wok and bring it to boiling point. Then carefully slid in the fish.

Immediately add salt to the water and mix all the ingredients together [lime juice, coriander leaves, chilli padi, nampla sauce].  Usually my measurements are approximate whenever I cook, so, feel free to adjust to your taste and tweak the combination as you please.

Before serving, lightly sautee garlic and ginger strips. Pour it onto the fish and add a few drops of sesame oil.  You will instantly hear the fish sizzle–


[courtesy of Google image]

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:: OBSESSED :: with Rubik Cube !

LMAO. I know i know… why now you must be asking. Well am asking you why not?!

The rubik cube is a 3D mechanical puzzle invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Erno Rubik which was originally known as the “Magic Cube”. As of January 2009, 350 million cubes have sold worldwide making it the world’s top-selling puzzle game. It is widely considered to be the world’s best-selling toy.

In a classic Rubik’s Cube, each of the six faces is covered by nine stickers, among six solid colours (traditionally white, red,blue, orange, green, and yellow). A pivot mechanism enables each face to turn independently, thus mixing up the colours. For the puzzle to be solved, each face must be a solid colour. Similar puzzles have now been produced with various numbers of stickers, not all of them by Rubik. The original 3×3×3 version celebrates its thirtieth anniversary in 2010.

Well anyways, if am going through all the mechanism, permutations and its algorithms, it will be never ending. To make this whole obsession story short, it took me 2 bloody whole days to figure out how to solve this mathematical puzzle.

2 days!!

From messy to complete 3x3x3

Give it a try! I guarantee you fun & HEADACHE!!

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Laugh of the day: CATHOLIC COFFEE

Four Catholic men and a Catholic woman were having coffee.

The first Catholic man tells his friends, “My son is a priest, when he walks into a room, everyone calls him ‘Father’.

The second Catholic man chirps, “My son is a Bishop. When he walks into a room people call him ‘Your Grace’.

The third Catholic man then says, “My son is a Cardinal. When he enters a room, everyone says ‘Your Eminence’.

The fourth Catholic man then says, “My son is the Pope. When he walks into a room people call him ‘Your Holiness’.

Since the lone Catholic woman was sipping her coffee in silence, the four men give her a subtle, “Well….?

She proudly replies, “I have a daughter,



38D breast,

24″ waist,

34″ hips.

When she walks into a room, people say…

Oh My God!

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Baby KF

Yeay!! Another of my dearest friend just gave birth to a cute baby girl, Khayrah Falisha weighing about 3.71kg on 03/03/2010 at 0131. Determined to go and visit, I stopped at Mothercare to buy a little token to welcome the baby. But as you probably would have guess…shopaholic like me will be dazed and started grabbing everything in the store. Mind me, it’s all on sale!!

Anyhow, for a moment I stood there then only came to a concrete decision and took a 7pcs set of bodysuits. 🙂




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