In Chun Eng's words...

Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween

Yes, it's Halloween..

well, only got to know since Philippines is celebrating it today. Oh... how I wish I am still there... so I can get to experience my first Halloween party.

But sadly, it is not to be...

And I'm stuck now in the office rushing for my work... damn


Thursday, October 30, 2008

First lesbians... now yoga??

First there was a ruling on lesbians... now ruling a yoga. Things are getting really hilarious.

Do read the news.


Friday, October 24, 2008

Is being a tomboy means you're a lesbian?

I think that's what Malaysia's National Fatwa Council thinks so.

Being one of Malaysia's highest Islamic bodies, I feel that their statement was a little overboard, if what was reported on the news are true.

Some articles:

MSN News
The Star

I would understand their stand if they're against lesbians and gays and say that it's something unnatural and against human nature.

But to punish someone because they dressed like men?!!

Come on... where's the logic here. Some females are borned a little more mascular than the rest. What more to behave like one.

They'll look better in shirts and pants rather than in skirts or dresses.

And now they're saying this:

"One of Malaysia's highest Islamic bodies has banned females from dressing or behaving like men and engaging in lesbian sex, saying it was forbidden by the religion."

I highlighted that portion in blod.

I find this totally ridiculous.

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Last Day

Last day at customer site. Flying home tomorrow...



Monday, October 20, 2008


Today my job at work is to "walk-walk, stand-stand"...

translate that into Chinese and you'll understand..

oh.. and also to surf net, though my boss warned me from surfing too much because the customer won't like it...

but heck.. we're sitted in the room


Sunday, October 19, 2008

Waiting to fly

Yup... flying again. This time is to Philippines.

Gonna be there for a week for on-site support. Was informed quite last minute because I was only told that they need me to be on-site last Friday morning, after another colleague could not travel.

Even he was informed only on Friday morning.

Now that my flight has been delayed, I have to wait for another 2 hours before I get on-board the plane.

Damn, there's nothing much for me to do except to surf net.

Blast!!! While I enjoy flying, I hate waiting.

my boss made me Sheridan's Coffee Layered Liqueur while waiting for our flight at the MAS Lounge... taste like Bailey.. damn it.. make me drink liqour early in the morning.

Then had a glass of whiskey while having lunch...

this what happens when you get to have anything and everything in the lounge. You won't bother the time of the day... hahaha


Friday, October 17, 2008

When gear 1 is gear 3

Damn it!

Despite driving for more than a year now, I could still make some silly mistakes that only happens to new drivers.

Left work... heavy rain.. heavy traffic... was trying to turn into a junction and it was by a slope. I released the gear while waiting for the traffic to clear.

And when I could finally cut into the junction, the car stalled... not once but twice. During the first time, I thought I released my clutch too fast (yea, the most common way to stall a car).

So I quickly ignite the car again to get it moving... and again it stalled... felted so bloody 'tulan'...

I released the gear only to realise I was actually on the 3rd gear instead of the 1st.



Friday, October 10, 2008

FBIC Company Trip

So the survey is out. This year my company trip is to Hokkaido. Gonna be a 6D4N trip from 06/01/2009 to 11/01/2009.

But comes with a catch.

For me, the company will only bear 52.88% of the cost. That would mean paying as much as 47.12% of the cost on my own.

Estimated to cost between RM 6000 - RM 7000, I will then have to pay between RM 2827 - RM 3299.

I wonder if it's worth the trip. But then again, I get to go to Hokkaido for a week... for half the price.

So should I go? Or I just save the money?

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Tuesday, October 07, 2008


Location: Siong Waterfall, Ulu Langat
Date: 5th Sept. 2008

Yupz... went hiking and visited a waterfall. It's really been a while since I last done such an physical activity and yeah, it was fun. And I was one of the few fortunates not to be attacked by leeches... hahaha... thank god for that.

So we all gathered at McD near Giant Cheras at around 7.30pm with a bunch of unknowns. Eng Hong met these peeps via a Facebook group, who are really active in hikings and climbings in their quest in looking for the best waterfalls around Malaysia.

Who knows, they might one day expand to the other parts of the world...

Coming back to the trip, it was a convoy of I think 8 cars to reach the place. A rather huge crowd and maybe, too huge. The moment we arrived, we were greeted by a special 'guest'...

a wild boar.

Hhmm... I always thought wild boar has horns... or maybe it has, just not this one.

Reminds me so much of the wild boar character in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) that I used to watch when I was a child.... hahaha... was it Beebob or Robsteady (not even sure if the names are right).

Haha... the photographers were thrilled and I've personally not seen a wild boar before. It became an instant celebrity to the photographers.

The group:

It was quite a nice place to relax and enjoy the sceneries but definately not a place to play with water.

As we did not go to the foot of the waterfall, we didn't have any place to dip ourselves... unless you dare to try some heroic stunts like what Eng Hong did...
I wanted to climb up there as well but as my shoe was already slippery, and having slipped a couple of times already, I'd rather not take the risk falling of the cliffs. But Eng Hong sure enjoyed himself.

Weng Chye on the other hand was too busy with his photoshoots... and playing with his toys... the DSLR, tripods etc.

In my past hiking trip, I've seen or tried having nasi lemak, roti canai and even fresh cut watermelons at rest points. I've even tried eating maggi mee during my only camping trips way back in 1998.

But having maggi mee with 'siew yoke' is rather new. Without doubt, one of the highlights of the trips. The meals are a courtesy of the other hikers. They even made tea... haha... they sure know how to enjoy the scenery with excellent meals.

More photos coming once I receive them.

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