Sunday, May 31, 2009

Grande Finale

Following the season of summer is soon to begin in the West, all major series is seems to be bringing to an end. Summer isn't season for series huh, I guess?

It has been a depressive moment for a series fanatic like me who will be stuck in front of the tiny lao-beh screen of my pathetic laptop, watching one after another for the whole day.

The most saddening (some may say ponderous) series which will bid the big screen goodbye is the renowned Prison Break.


I could still recall this series has walk me through my University's life which first introduce by my ex-roommate and soon to be ex-coursemate. Thanks to him, I'm stuck with this Scofield's dramatic story for almost 4 years. Though this show gets kinda boring when they changed from the prison breaking operation to the exoneration gaining and bringing down the company, still, the well knit tense of the drama has keep me from forgetting it. It was kind of brilliant move of the production to terminate the filming of new season, changing into a finale of a 4 years blank. Bravo! This has seriously left the show to a perfection, witout uneccessary pleonasm from the producer.

I'm sure this show will not easily washed off as it will last like The X-files.
Michael Scofield and Fox Mulder. Creating a character which deeply engraved on one's mind is seriously a success of a life.

Guess what I like most in the show?

The BLUEPRINT-cum-TATOO of Scofield!

Of The Life As A Whitecollar

Life is never easy.
Especially when you seriously trying to adapt into the money-minded world, working seems to be the ultimate resolve to overcome the shortage. It doesn't mean you have to start to evangelized the money-before-everything mentality, it just can't help that you start counting for your food, your petrols, your spendings, et cetra et cetra.

Oh Gosh!
What a heavy load of life!
I wonder how the people actually get on with their life before everything was invented. No car, no toll, no work, no chemicals, no manmade complexes.

How I wish life wasn't just money contered.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Danau Kota - Heaven of Pirates

Have you ever been to Petaling Street?
Well, if you're well adapt to the environment at the Petaling Street where you can get a lot of rarely seen stuff in the shopping mall, you might want to make a visit to the Danau Kota Night Market


midnight bazaar danau kota

In this bazaar, almost 99.99% (I would say) of the visitors are dominated by Malays.
In this bazaar you may find most of the Malay cultured items, fashions, push dolls, and all sort of thing. According to a statement by the officer of the city council, this bazaar was especially made for the traders who need a permanent and secure area in order to carry out the business.

Want to see how pack it was at the bazaar?
 
woah~ sardine!!

Ta-da! See! You can barely squeeze yourself through the pavement. The crowd was mostly joining the fun and alot of the business opportunity can be discover at this particular place.


For the fans of replica who can't afford a real branded watch, tehre are seriously a vast array of selection which can be found here.
 
omg, massive pirated stuff

KC and Ryanne, I saw your ODM watches was just 30 bucks at this bazaar! Haha!
It was a amazing thing where these stalls actually survive from the surpress of the custom in Malaysia!

Other than the buying-selling activities, they actually have the cultural performances going on in this bazaar.


For those who just wanna experience the shopping in midnight is like, you may want to pay a visit here. Prepare handkerchief for the crowded atmosphere!

NST Column on this bazaar:
'Bazaar keeps us awake'




Friday, May 22, 2009

Kick Start

sweet Angel trainee who taught me a lot!

Guess what?

I'm now officially a Food Technologist!
Who will ever imagine that? Haha!!

Well, It was just such a coincidence for me to have this perfect kickstart in my career life!
Thank God for providing me with this precious opportunities, which I will definitely precious it.
Thank you Lord!

Monday, May 04, 2009

Savour the Life of Ichthyologist

 
 the very first time at KUSTEM beach
Three years is like just a flash of light.
Experience in this campus life was a very precious in my life.
Though after three years, I'm still unable to determine what fishes are in the Perciformes, which suppose to at an ichthyology student's finger tips, I'm happy to call myself a Fisheries Student.

 
my first annual dinner

Until I set foot in uni, I have no idea annual dinner is a MUST in every programme. It is like the reunion dinner in Chinese culture where we welcome newbies and bid farewell to seniors.

first Kuantan trip

My very first experience of driving a van which also my very first time car rental. I didn't know car rental business was so flourishing in that small place.

 

visit of student from Prince of Songkhla University
Until then, I thought Malaysian Students, I mean local uni, was only stick to themselves.
The visitation from Siamese university was actually a surprise on how well Malaysian can actually speaks better English than her neighbour.
 survival in Bidong Island

And before I went to Survival Programme in Bidong, I'm a hydrophobic person. I didn't know I can actually snorkel (of course with a buoyancy kit on).  Wait... I think that is also my first time riding on a fish boat.
Courtesy of friends, I've travelled quite a number of places

 Melacca trip
  Pulau Kapas
Chammang Falls

etc etc etc etc.....
I've been to a numerous number of places for these three years, as compare to my past life.
The memory was seriously worth treasure, as it is very rare in future time for us to travel like such.

The three years programme and how does it actually benefits me?
Hmm... I've learn hot to make nuggets! sausages! fishballs!
I've know the most bacterial and disease contained foods are from seafood.
I've learn how to actually plan a voyage, how dew form, how meteorology actually affects lives.
and the coolest: I've learned how to extract DNA from fish (yes, i know, fish).

 
DNA extraction

 
fish nugget upon completion

I've learn how to savour this time of my life.
The life of the only fisheries course in the whole Malaysia.
Did I once contempt the course, condemned the fella who threw me in?
Well, well, I was so naive.

Ichthyology, the study that I will remember as long as I live!