Thursday, September 24, 2009
When I was in Incheon International Airport,
South Korea, I was amazed to see a wooden
case with some 'reading glasses' for elderly to
wear in order to enable them to read and fill
the 'arrival card'. Isn't it thoughtful?
At the 3rd Floor of the Incheon International Airport,
Departure Gate 40, there is a zone called Traditional
Culture Experiencing Zone. It is a complex where
traditional culture is displayed and experienced.
This will be the best opportunity to understand the
unique arts of Korea by directly experiencing arts
such as folding fans of many colours, knots, and
making of square pincushions and trinket box as
above. The above crafty box is done by me with
guidance from the expert. I did it while waiting
to board the flight back to Malaysia. It is
absolutely free, inclusive of the materials.
So, do visit this cultural place while waiting to
board your flight back home. This zone is open
from 7:00 am till 22:00pm daily.
It is Free of Charge...
This is a great way to have quality time during the
waiting which normally passengers will sit at the
boarding area for 1 hour reading newspaper, chat
or basically sit down and do nothing - kind of boring!
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Restaurant Mr. Teppanyaki encouraging their
customers to ask for itemised receipt. If not
given any itemised receipt, may call the above
number for free meal voucher worth RM100.
There is one true case of another restaurant who
fully employed foreign workers to handle the
outlet in Puchong. The boss get a friend to
'undercover' as a customer to dine there.
He was not given the official itemised receipt.
He told the boss what he ordered on that particular
day. After checking the daily cash received, his
friend order and payment was not recorded, the boss
discovered that the cashier has cheated the money..
Thanks for dropping by....do keep in touch!
Friday, September 18, 2009
I was at One Utama Shopping Mall (Old Wing) last
Thursday to join the Buka Puasa Buffet at One World
Hotel. I was at the 3rd floor and I noticed there are
many Anime / Comics shops.
ANIME.TECH have all kinds of movies and anime toys
for anime fans.
Transformers figurines available at ANIME.TECH
On the same floor, side by side, another shop called
Many comic figurines can be found here like
Doraemon, Nobita, Spiderman, Astro Boy, etc.
Some leisure for kids at weekend while parents
go for shopping... Kids can join the activities here
at KIZ SPORTS & GYM.
The layout of the place as above.
Fancy some Japanese Skin care products and unique
novel items, just visit to Yokoso! Shiyuki.
Inside the shops, Japanese fans and handphone thingy!
Thanks for dropping by and take care!
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Got this from an email, hope that it can put a smile
on your face!
Blowing hot breath into the hot air balloon...??
Ads for : Pringles Hot & Spicy
A thief tried to break in, ...what advertisement
is this? Cobra Alarms (car alarm)
Bright enough to find the key ? Energizer
So Nice and Soft, like a pillow ?
Warry's Bread Nice and Soft (I think so)
A manhole at the end of a Hopscotch ?
Campaign : Save the Children
IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING !
Nothing Is Impossible......
Cheers and thanks for dropping by :)
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Be The Change by Hello! is set to be held on
27 September 2009 in The Gardens Mall,
Kuala Lumpur and MIX fm is proud to be the
official radio station. This event aims to raise
awareness and to educate the public on the
dire state of the environment, and to show what
YOU can do to help preserve the environment.
the photographs submitted and the winner will
be announced during the Be The Change event
in Concourse, the Gardens Mall.
The following photos are photographed at one of
the Recycling Collection Centre in Puchong.
A worker at a Recycle Centre busy separating the
parts and sort it accordingly to plastic, metal & scrap.
A lorry just arrived with all scrap (extreme left)
Piles of plastic items waiting to be sorted out.
Mineral plastic bottles are pressed / piled
together as per picture.
I will go to this Recycling Collection Centre
once a month. I will sort out plastic, mix
papers, Black & White paper, metal/tin,
newspaper and carton boxes to be sent
there. My recent trip I managed to get
RM31.80 .. a good pocket money for
my son :)
The latest price was :-
Old carton boxes/papers ~ RM0.30 per kg
Plastic/mineral bottles ~ RM0.90 per kg
Metal/Tin scrap ~ RM0.25 per kg
(last time before tin prices drop it was RM0.90 per kg)
So, recycle for money and for our environment....
Thanks for dropping by :)
Friday, September 11, 2009
Due to Ramadhan month, my son finishes school at
5:35pm instead of the normal hour at 6:45pm.
Last Thursday after fetching him back from school
I decided to bring him straight to Restaurant King
Crab for his favourite 'crispy butter fish fillet'.
These is what we ordered for two of us :-
Crispy Butter Fish Fillet
For 'S' is RM15.00
Our Second Dish is ..............
Deep Fried Cod Fish in Light Soya Sauce
RM39.00 (Cod fish is expensive in Malaysia)
Our 3rd Dish is...can you guess ???
FISH AGAIN !!
Deep Fried Talapia Fish (RM1.00 only)
(I wonder which is the correct word,
'tilapia or talapia? )
RM1.00 only, YES...this is not a typo error.
Restoran King Crab is having this promotion
of RM1.00 for deep fried tilapia fish, or deep
fried sotong or fried crispy 'wohpeng' a type of
dessert (pancake). The terms and conditions is
... it is only applicable for weekdays for a minimum
order of dishes above RM30.00 per table.
This huge promotion of RM1.00 was put up on a
billboard on top of the restaurant and can be
seen from LDP near the Kelana Jaya LRT station.
Cheers and thanks for droppping by :
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Yesterday, I went to the local supermarket
here and I was amaze at their merchandising
efforts. Have a look..
Where has the hen gone too? Anyone happen to see
Eh eh, paper chicken can lay plenty of eggs..we must
post this news in our blog-lah! This is unbelievable !
Oops, nearly bump into it, why is it placed
at the middle of the walk way. So that
you won't miss such a delicious
- Fast to Cook, Nice to eat!
Did you notice one of the Maggi cup
went missing? Can anyone spot it ?
Did you find it?
Since when there is information
board here? It explains about
green coffee and roasted coffee.
That's great for our school assignment!
Green coffee beans are derived from
dried coffee cherries.
Coffee beans are roasted for fresh
aroma and taste.
Campbells soup have a little tv to advertise
it commercials again and again. It explains the
goodness and an wholesome meals for children.
Nowadays even product merchandising has evolve
Sunday, September 6, 2009
In the month of September, you can find many
Bazaar Ramadhan and Buffet Ramadhan in the
shopping malls and hotels.
Where on earth can you find the modern
escalators just besides the fishing village,
near a shore full of sea shells?
One Utama Sopping Centre, of course!
One Utama Shopping Mall turn its LG-Oval into
a Ramadhan Village. Most people who works in
the capital - Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya
are from different states. So this man-made
'village' creates a hometown village ambience,
giving the feels of Hari Raya as the song sang
by Allahyarham Sudirman Haji Arshad titled
You normally see 'floating market' in Bangkok
where merchants selling their fresh items / merchandise
in the boat / sampan. Here you can find many cookies,
decoratives, handy crafts, coconut shell crafts
sold in the sampan at the 'shore' in this
man-made fishing village!
Buffet Spread for Ramadhan at The Summit Hotel
in Subang Jaya.
Ramadhan Display at Kelab Golf Sultan Abdul
Aziz Shah in Shah Alam, Selangor.
To those who loves to try local Malay cuisine
with a special 'village' touch, do visit all these
Bazaar Ramadhan and Buffet Ramadhan for
those 'mouth watering' delicacies like Nasi
Kerabu, Nasi Dagang, Otak-otak, Lemang and