Friday, 30 December 2011

All I need is a Better Place

Walker's Club@The Zon

Well, it's really weird to celebrate lovely Christmas in JB's club. 
Club doesn't like a club...just like a playground. I don't know what I was doing there.
Beside spraying unknown white liquid, there's still all about the annoying snowflakessss!
And you know what? We drank the venom which had been mixed with beer and snowflake.

I couldn't find anything related to Christmas, excluding the venom and snowflake. That's it.
So, I decided not to go anywhere and stay with my dear family in the coming new year's eve
but seems like this maybe the only way. (?! if I'll be Johor here)
Never mind, I'll still love Malaysia.  

Yew's Cafe & Bistro@Menara MAA

Friday, 23 December 2011

Baby It's Cold Outside Although It's Not

The Curve, Damansara Selangor

Actually I just wanna get a peace moment while Christmas fall 
and Santa won't enter into my house because here is no any chimney to let him fall, sorry dude.

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Something interesting, I wonder when we started to celebrate it. I mean the non-christian and non-catholic.
Forget it...

the Curve, Damansara Selangor 
Mid Valley City, KL

Yeah, for those "choir-aholic", like me, what I feel joyful part is caroling. 
That's really meaningful and touch people's hearts, no matter who you are, join in and have FUN!

the Curve, Damansara Selangor

Friday, 9 December 2011

short stay in Kuala Lumpur : About Lifestyle

Damansara, Selangor.
It's not really long that I visited KL, about 2 or 3 months ago, before the new semester. 
Yes, I'm having holidays again!
One of the reason is that my brother studies and lives there 
and my mum miss him so much ANYTIME(of course me too) although they always contact.  
the non-mainstream music store in One Utama and I found a great album---Comeblack by Scorpions.
There're so many Jazz albums!

Nice voices at The Curve. We can always find Filipinos' voice there and we must agree on their talents.

Heavy traffic! However, that isn't as bad as the rumors.
Plaza Tolsssss, one of the features in KL.


Another fun is Cantonese. Hawker speaks Cantonese, staff speaks Cantonese and we speak too.
You know what? Cantonese language is the initial version of modern Chinese and it's the only one which can be presented by writing is the most widely used in Greater China.     

The one which was covered is on behalf of Malaysia. These bears are life size standing at 2m height and made of fibre glass.
In front of the entrance of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
"The Bears promote living together in peace and harmony on their global tour. There are over 140 of these 2 m high bears, each representing a country of the United Nations and each designed by a local artist." --- Deutsche Botschaft (check more out!)

Um..., my second elder brother, his woman(in front of him), sister, mother.
The eldest brother was at the school and my dad doesn't like to appear in a photo, well.