It is really time! Time for Malaysians to respond to their duty!
On May 5th, please do come out in force to VOTE! The country needs you and your vote! Fulfil your right as a Malaysian citizen!
Remember, IT’S MAY 5TH! 05-05-2013! Book your bus/flight/ship tickets to go back and VOTE!
UNDILAH! INI KALI LAH!
Undoubtedly number ONE in my heart when it comes to donuts.
KRISPY KREME is always in my heart.
This brunch set is just so cool at only RM5.50. Perfect for a quick bite and drink. So satisfying.
However, I can’t eat this too much and too often because of the fear of having diabetes. Hence I am grateful that this donuts chain store is not available in northern part of Peninsular Malaysia.
So I can just enjoy when I am still around Klang Valley. Guilt-free.
It was a great furore and astonishment when that image of Blessed Virgin Mary appeared in window panes of a private hospital in Malaysia several months ago.
Even though it has yet been officially confirmed by the Church, and it will probably take ages to confirm it, I still paid a visit to the said window panes at Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Klang.
It was a old, gothic and big church. The outer design already looks grand and impressive. I just love this kind of old church.
The window panes are located at a chapel behind this big church.
Lo and behold…
The image does look like Our Lady of Lourdes. Quite miraculous.
However, since this has not been officially confirmed by the Church, I will probably remain sceptical about this. I would love to hear any kind of scientific studies of this image, as well as stories of conversions and miracles that happened because of this.
Nevertheless, I firmly believe and devoted to Mother Mary, because she is the mother of our Lord Jesus, and she is our very own mother too
Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with Thee. Blessed are Thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of Thy Womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
WOW WOW WOW It’s been 3 months since I lat touched this blog! Fuhlamak :O
I will try to update my blog as much as I can from now on, even though it could mean rubbish.
Anyway, let me share with you the food I had this morning in Klang, Selangor.
No one can ever doubt the popularity of “bak kut teh” in Klang. It can be said that Klang is the “mother of all bak kut teh” in Malaysia.
Since I arrive Klang by train, I just searched around the nearest I could find on foot. I was not disappointed.
Seng Huat, just a stone throw away from the train station. A local told me that it can be considered the top class in Klang.
I must admit that I am shocked with the portion offered. Without any doubt, I really like the taste of the soup, the texture and tenderness of the meat, as well as the fragrance of the rice. Everything just mixed and blended so well with each other.
However, for RM10, I felt it was quite pricey. Well, I am in Klang Valley, so hmmmm.
Nevertheless, it was a good experience. I would love to go to Klang again for bak kut teh, maybe at somewhere else next time.
God bless you all!
10 cents won’t get you much these days. At most, you can get 2 sweets.
But not for today in Kangar, Perlis.
People here, especially UniMAP students, are really going gaga about this.
As for me, I straight away rushed to Domino’s Pizza as soon as I saw this on their Facebook.
I can consider myself very lucky to be able to get a number for this 10-cent-pizza.
It’s all about getting there EARLY to grab it.
If they say it will start at 2pm, be there at latest 1.30pm. No chance if arrive later than that.
Seriously a lot of people. When the numbers ran out, they give 50% discount coupons instead.
I am ready with my number and 10 cents at hand
All 100 pizzas are pre-prepared. One is only given a choice between chicken or beef pepperoni pizza.
My 10-cent chicken pepperoni pizza. VICTORY oh yeah ahaha.
What a wonderful gift before the new year from Domino’s Pizza! Thank you very much.
Happy New Year 2013 to all