Wednesday, August 27, 2008


Any idea what the meaning of this word, 'VEDABLU'? Free Emoticons For Your Blog..This is the name of the premium ice-cream which is well-known amongst KK(Kota Kinabalu) people...The founder of this Vedablu is frm KK...Thy import the machines frm Italy & uses the fresh & natural ingredients to make this premium ice-cream. Thy have factory in KK to produce this ice-cream...So far, they have 5 outlets in KK, 1 franchicee in tawau & another 1 will be opening soon in my hometown sandakan... Their ice-cream is not cheap...about RM6 perscoop...i wonder how tasty & the quality of this ice-cream...Free Emoticons For Your Blogi will try it out once it open on this coming Sunday (National Day)...Anyone have tried this ice-cream before? Pls feel free to share ur comment here...Free Emoticons For Your Blog

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Stir fry mix vege with chicken meat

This is another ordinary recipe post I want to share with all of you hereFree Emoticons For Your BlogStir fry mix vege with chicken meat...

The ingredients I need to made this dish were as below:-
A pack of Baby corns - cut into 2
Carrot - Cut into pcs
Few pcs Black mushroom - Soak it till soft with water & slice it
Few pcs black fungus ('muk yee') - Soak it till soft with water & slice it
Few pcs deep fried beancurd ('taufu pok') - Cut into small pcs
Some chicken meats - Cut into small pcs & marinate with some light soy sauce & cornflour
Some chopped garlics

1 tbsp of Vegetarian Oyster Sauce
1 tsp of light soy sauce
Half tsp of Maggi seasoning sauce
1 cup of water
1 tsp of corn flour(mix with some water)
Half tsp of sesame oil
1 tbsp of cooking oil
Some sugar & salt to taste

Heat the wok & add in some oil. Stir fry the black mushroom till fragrance & dish up.
Then, add all the cooking oil & sautee the chopped garlics till fragrance & add in the marinate chicken meat. Stir fry it for awhile.
After that, add the carrots, babycorns, black fungus, fried beancurd & black mushroom...
Follow by light soy sauce, maggi seasoning, oyster sauce & sesame oil. Stir-fry it & then add in water. Simmer it for 5mins & add sugar & salt to taste.
Finally, add in the mix cornflour & stir it.
Dish up & serve with hot rice.

A very healthy dish...Free Emoticons For Your Blog
For those vegetarian, thy can remove the chicken & substitute the garlic with slice ginger...

Monday, August 18, 2008

Congratulation for our nation badminton player!

Even though Lee Chong Wei can't bring back Malaysia's first-ever Olympic gold medal but he won a Silver medal for Malaysia...
Well done for him!Free Emoticons For Your Blog...
Perhaps mayb this is t only medal Malaysia get from this Olympic...I'm sure he vy vy pressured since Saturday after he manage to go to final...So, we should not blame for his poor performance... I think he also dun wan this to happen...Right?
His competitor is world's top badminton single player so of course he play very very well...Here I should admit that Lin Dan move & respond very fastFree Emoticons For Your Blog than our player...Congratulation too to Lin Dan....
I hope Lee Chong Wei dun give up because of this...He should take this tournament as a lesson to improve himself for future tournamentFree Emoticons For Your Blog...
Best wishes for him....

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Good News For PTPTN Borrowers!

Last night I unintentionally heard fm tv news got mentioned about PTPTN but didn't manage to catch the exact info coz u knwlar thy report it vy fast...So, this morning once i arrived office straight away go to online New Straits Times to look for it...The PTPTN have deduct their charges fm 3% to 1%....Free Emoticons For Your Blog
Why I'm so happy? Because I'm oso one of the borrowers...Free Emoticons For Your Blog Unbelievable, right? Free Emoticons For Your Blog
Dun worry here I attach a copy from New Straits Times today about this good news....

PUTRAJAYA: The new service fee for National Higher Education Corporation loans is now a flat rate of one per cent, down from three to five per cent
In making the decision yesterday, the cabinet decided that effective June 1, the new rate would be extended to borrowers for all undergraduate and postgraduate studies.

They include all future and existing borrowers as well as those servicing their loans following the completion of their studies.

Students applying for loans before the new system is implemented will have their applications processed and approved according to existing rates and an adjustment will be made later when the new system is developed by December.

Previously, the administration fee for PTPTN undergraduate borrowers was three per cent while the charges for postgraduate study loans were fixed at five per cent.
Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin said the National Fatwa Council, which was consulted on the matter, was agreeable with the decision.

The matter was brought before the council to determine whether the fee was syariah-compliant.

In meeting syariah requirements, the fee must be entirely for service charges.

In line with the change, Khaled said new agreements would be issued to all borrowers by early next year. They will then have one month to complete the new agreement and return them to PTPTN.

"If a borrower fails to do this, he will continue to service his loan under the old rate."

Now u should believe lor... Let's party! Free Emoticons For Your Blog

Monday, August 11, 2008

Hungry Ghost Festival

When heard about GHOST, everyone will feel afraidFree Emoticons For Your Blog...Even me oso feel like tat...
I think some of you still didn't heard about this Hungry Ghost Festival...Actually it is quite alike with Halloween for American..& this Ghost Festival is for chinese... The Festival of the Hungry ghosts is on the seventh moon in the Chinese lunar calendar...This year it drop on the month of August...Actually I myself also not quite sure the exact meaning for this festival... So, I just search it online & find this interesting fact about this festival...So, for those who never heard or not quite sure about this festival, here are the fact i would like to share with you here...

"Hungry Ghost festival is a popular occasion that is taken very seriously by the Chinese. This festival that falls on the 7th month of the lunar New Year is celebrated mainly in China and other countries like Singapore & Malaysia. It is believed by the Chinese that during this month, the gates of hell are opened to free the hungry ghosts who then wander to seek food on Earth. Some even think that the ghosts would seek revenge on those who had wronged them in their lives. The reason why the Chinese celebrate this festival is to remember their dead family members and pay tribute to them. They also feel that offering food to the deceased appeases them and wards off bad luck.


Another belief among the Chinese is that the dead return to visit their living relatives during the 7th month and thus they prepare a sumptuous meal for the ‘hungry ghosts’. The Chinese feel that they have to satisfy the ghosts in order to get good fortune and luck in their lives.

During the 7th month, the Chinese offer prayers to the deceased relatives and burn joss sticks. In Singapore, it is a common sight to see entertaining ‘wayang’ shows and concerts performed on outdoor stages in some neighborhoods. These events are always held at night. There is a belief that this entertainment would please those wandering ghosts.


An interesting superstition that the Chinese have about the festival is that it is bad to go swimming during the 7th month. They think that an evil ghost might cause you to drown in the swimming pool. In addition to this, children are also advised to return home early and not to wander around alone at night. This belief is due to the reason that the wandering ghosts might possess children.

Offerings to the Dead

The Chinese also do a lot of offerings to the deceased. These offerings are made by burning fake money notes, which are also known as ‘hell money’ and even paper television or radio sets. Some families also burn paper houses & cars to give to their dead relatives. The Chinese feel that these offerings reach the ghosts and help them live comfortably in their world.

The Chinese regard the 15th of the month as an important date to give a feast to the ghosts. On this date, the family will cook a lot of dishes and offer them to the deceased. This is done to please the ghosts and also to gain good luck for the family. 15 days after the feast, the festival will be over, as the Chinese believe that the ghosts return back to where they come from."

My advise for all of you... In this month make sure go home early & try dun wander at the street at nite time to avoid being disturb by the ghost... Free Emoticons For Your Blog

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Olympic 2008

Time past very fast...Only 2 days left for our world leading sport opening ceremonyFree Emoticons For Your Blog...Thy choose a very nice day & time for this opening...Is that feng shui?... 08.08.08 at 8pm... Even though in chinese lunar calendar oso dated 8 (chor 8)... Hope everything go smoothly...Free Emoticons For Your Blog

Let's count down for Olympic 2008 Beijing...Free Emoticons For Your Blog
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Monday, August 4, 2008

Monday Blue

Monday again... Free Emoticons For Your Blog Need to have something to cheer up my blue day... Here we go...

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