Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Er Hu Class Performance

Dear Friends, I'm back to blog now... finally all the busy was all over now... I was totally exhausted for the past weekend's 2 days big event... I rest for whole day yesterday... I'm fully recharged now...

I had myself involved in so many performance this year. I got to sing for er hu class & Buddha's life musical... due to the rush of timing... I got changed & changed like superman... I quite sastified for all the performance... although there were some cock-ups on the sound systems... but overall is good :)

(Photos courtesy from EMT YAP)

Friday, January 25, 2008

Best of CNY tv ads

I like to watch some of Malaysia Tv ads productions during my stay at hometown every Chinese New Year season... I like the cny ads so much... some very touching... some even could make you laugh until stomach pain... They are so creative... So I manage to get some from Youtube... Let's enjoy watching ;)

CNY 2007 - WONG ! (Digi)

CNY 2003 - Once Were Rivals (Petronas)

CNY 2006 - Welcoming God of Fortune (Kurnia)

The Most Touching CNY Ads (Petronas 2006)

I believe you all also have your favourite cny ads, try list down & share with us in the comments box lo... eh sai bo?

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Penang Past Old Days

Today I had received email from one of my friend ST... It's all about Penang's old photos.... Although I'm not born in Penang, but I would rather post it here to share for all my readers who is really missed Penang & for those who is really love Penang... just like me... hehe :)

If you know on where's the photo took place, may feel free to share it inside my comments box too :)

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

CNY Songs - Sing "Song Song"






Gong Xi Gong Xi

mei tiao da jie siao siang
mei geh ren di zhui lee
jien mien di yi ju hua
jiu si gong xi gong xi
gong xi gong xi gong xi ni ah
gong xi gong xi gong xi ni

dung tian yi dao jing tou
zhen shi hao di siao xi
wen nuan di chuen feng
jiu yao chui sing da di
gong xi gong xi gong xi ni ah
gong xi gong xi gong xi ni

hao hao bing xue rong jie
yan kan mei hua tu rei
man man chang yeh guo chu
ting dao yi shen ji ti
gong xi gong xi gong xi ni ah
gong xi gong xi gong xi ni

jing guo duo sao kuen nan
li jing duo sao muo lian
duo sao xin er pan wang
pan wang chuen de xiao xi
gong xi gong xi gong xi ni ah
gong xi gong xi gong xi ni


恭喜恭喜 Gong Xi Gong Xi (18sx version) - from ROJAKS

Warning : kids please get your parents permission before you start learning this song ok ? later you kena slap not my fault LOL!!

Yo sieh ren der dah tiao
(some guy got big rod)
Yo sieh ren der siao tiao
(some guys got small rod)
Jien Mien Ti Yee Jue huah
(the 1st word when we meet)
Show wo ni der ciaociao
(Show me your Rod)

Gong Xi, Gong Xi, Gong Xi ni ah
Gong Xi, Gong Xi, Gong Xi ni
(this one i dunno how to translate)

Mei tiao huey dah huey siao
(every rod can be big n small)
Mei Yung guoh pu jer tau
(never try never know)
Yung guoh ni pu yao tao
(use ledi u dunwan leggo)
Pao ni yo han yo jiao
(gerenti you will moan and scream)

Gong Xi, Gong Xi, Gong Xi ni ah
Gong Xi, Gong Xi, Gong Xi ni
( i still dunno how to translate this)

I hope this song could cheer you up during this festive season.

Keong Hee Huat Chai!!!

Friday, January 18, 2008

Moody Rainy Day

Recently it has been always raining at the afternoon. The thick dark cloud, the super loud thunder storm, the heavy rain make me become so moody...

Still a busy week for me, beside my regular jobs, I also had to start trained a new members which he would replace me soonest. when after works, I still had to go new temple to help out on decorations & some minor set up. I almost reach home late every night...

Although I was indeed very very tired, but I'm still feel happy, becoz I'm able to make used of my precious time... I didn't wish for living longer, but I wish that I could have a healthy body & enough time to do whatever benefit to others & myself... It just my simple wish...

OK, had to busy again... till then, see you again ok. :)

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Taiwanese Political Jokes

So sorry for the late posting, I'm being busy recently...

Well, today gonna share with you all a joke related with some of Taiwanese Politicians.

There's one day, Li Deng-Hui, Ma Yin-Jiu & Chen Shui-Bian three of the sit together in a helicopter. They begins their journey to fly around Taiwan.

Suddenly, Li Deng-Hui told them:"If I trow a NT1000 note from sky, there would be one lucky people feel so happy"

Then Ma Yin-Jiu also mention:"Why not if I trow 2 NT500 notes from sky, I would able to make 2 people happy"

Now, It's Chen Shui-Bian turns, He says:" Haha... you all so selfish, not like me at all... I would rather trow 10pcs of NT100, end up I would make 10 people happy" that bustard Mr Chen laugh happily & crazily...

In the mean time, the pilot very unhappy & cannot "tahan" with the act of Chen Shui-Bian, he was thinking that if I could trow this rubbish Chen Shui-Bian from the sky, I believe whole Taiwan nation (2300 million people) would be very very happy...

Saturday, January 12, 2008

HK's Signages, Foods & Souvenirs

Do you manage to spot the difference for those signages?

Various instant foods found in HK 7-11 stores & Japanese Ramen in HK airport T2.

Vegetarian foods during our conference & NYE carnival :)

The souvenirs that I brought back from Hong Kong.

Friday, January 11, 2008

Chi Lin Temple @ Hong Kong

During my trip at Hong Kong, I was totally attracted by one of the local temple called "Chi Lin Nunnery" (志蓮淨苑) in Diamond Hill. The environment & the scenic view of the temple captured my attention. This temple was founded in the 1930s and it was rebuilt in 2000. It utilizes traditional Tang Dynasty architectural technique to frame its structure without using a single nail, It's amazing...

There's lots of beautiful, peaceful place with lotus ponds (donated by one of my favourite idol - Anita Mui) and bonsai trees. When you stepped in to the temple, you can almost believe that you have been transported back in time to the First Century! Come let's enjoy the photos :)

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Musical Performance @ Hong Kong

After a few months of practices for our Buddha's life musical. Yes... Finally the competition is over... So happy that we had won several prizes (1st Prize & Most Popular Award) in this Asian Regional Singing competition.

During the practice, what I can say It's very hard for me to handle the role to act as Buddha. It's very difficult for me to get his emotional & to speak as gentle as a saint (Lord Buddha)... But I'll tried out all my best.

We, a group of us had gain a lots during in the preparation for this musical. Together we composing music, scenes selection, Sketch dialogue, costume preparation & even our vocal control cum sign language as well. Luckily I didn't let everybody down in my solo singing part. Special thanks to our music teacher Kellyn who help us compose such a nice music & song for this musical :)

After the competition, I still can't believe to myself that we had did it... we're just like a superstars right after we came down from stage. So many shiny camera flash really made me uncomfortable, futher more I'm also just wearing a piece of golden cloth only in such freezy winter. But I'll still posed for the camera because I wouldn't want to let my "Fans" down... It was a memorable night for all of us who had taking part in the musical.

So this doesn't mean was all over now, we still having our next round of performance in our new temple opening ceremony in 26 Jan (2pm). For those who are interested, may come over to Punggol Place to give us some support, admission is free :)

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Hong Kong Wife Biscuits

Thank you so much to my music teacher Kellyn who personally brough back a box of Hong Kong well known local delight called "Lou Poh Peng 老婆餅" (Wife Biscuits) freshly handmade from its origin place - "Yuen Long" old cake shop.

I had been heard of this long time ago, but it was my first time taste on its yesterday. It's very crunchy on the outer skin but the inner white lotus paste filling was very soft & chewy... Its very unique & tasty... yummy... I manage to finished it in a day... now I still missed the taste so much... perhaps I can only taste it again on my next trip to Hong Kong :)

More info from Wikipedia:

A sweetheart cake or wife cake (老婆餅) is a traditional Chinese pastry made with winter melon and almond paste.

There are many classes held in Hong Kong for making sweetheart cakes. The sweetheart cake, though it has such a long history, is still popular among many in Hong Kong. Many people in Hong Kong, as well as professional chefs, are reportedly modifying this pastry to make it more "modern" and better-tasting.

One of the most well-recognized sweetheart cake shop is the Heng Heung Cake Shop (恆香老餅家) in Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong

Legendary Origin

A long time ago in feudal China, there was a couple that lived a very poor life. They loved each other and lived in a small village.

Suddenly, a mysterious disease spread. The husband's father became very sick. The couple spent all of their money in order to treat the man's father, but he was still sick. The wife sold herself as a slave in exchange for money to buy medicine for her father-in-law.

Once the husband learned about what his wife did, he made a cake filled with winter melon and with a crispy crust. His cake became so popular that he was able to earn enough money to buy his wife back and reunited.

Monday, January 07, 2008

Hong Kong Trip (Part I)

Today I had finished sort out my Hong Kong trip photos... Due to there was a bunches of photos which is not possible for me to post all inside here. So probably you also can visit to my Facebook Album for more my HK trip photos.

This was my first time visited to Hong Kong, I like Hong Kong very much. It's also my dream place for travel since when I was small... Now my dream full filled. The time when I first step into Hong Kong, I could feel the weather is very cool & refreshing. Due to the coolness, It's also made me feel hungry easily... I eat a lots during my stay in Hong Kong... Oh my... I had put on some weight again...

I like the cultural over there, and I had no problem communicate with local people there by using my broken Cantonese which I had been learning by watching Hong Kong TVB drama series since my younger age. Till now, when I looked back on the photos, I still missed Hong Kong So much... I'll be there again :)

So Let's enjoy some Hong Kong scenery photos: