Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Ok, so I haven't really updated my blog daily but I'll give you some updates now.

I am currently bunking in my other aunty's house for some days ( 2 or 3? ). Her family is very close, always laughing themselves out. I do feel a little envious.

I will be going back to Singapore on New Year's eve. Too soon, but late enough for my Mum's Birthday. Oops.

I definitely will miss staying with my relatives here, but sleeping till 10am every morning is one that I look forward to. Finally, I will get enough beauty sleep. :D

I am also hoping to get a job and volunteer when I go back home.

I will (probably) be more appreciative of my Dad. 

I will continue my guitar playing. 

I will start learning to cook.

Alright, that's about what I have in my mind now.

AdiĆ³s, my friend

Wednesday, December 22, 2010




Tong yuan, tong yuan, tongyuan, tongyuan tongyuantongyuan

Monday, December 20, 2010

I'm still here~

It's been exactly 1 week since I've said bye bye to Singapore!

How do I feel?
Great! Never been better. My skin is still smooth and not red ... much but  I do feel sleepy. Sleeping at 12 am every night and waking up for work at 6.30am surely will make a girl feel tired.

Coming here to KL, has made me realised that having many close relatives are a very good thing. Though they live far away, everytime I come here, it seems that we are closer every moment we meet.

 Seldom do I see them for such a continous time. It is indeed something to be treasured.  Because I know that for the next few years, I would not have the opportunity to live here for this long.

Yesterday I bunked in at my other aunty's house for 1 night.
When I was young, I was scared of my uncle, because he would always say in loud and abrupt sentences, and I deemed that he was scolding me. But now that I have become used to his way of speaking, I find that he's a funny, kind and lovely man. Time spent with him does make a difference.
Now, I can tell my child's mind that, Hey! He's not bad at all. :}

We also went to Empire, and took many photos there. Or should I say, I posed and she took them. I believe that if my friends saw me there, they would be very shocked. Shamelessly, I have posed in front of the decorations, where people could see me.

Was that embarassing?
Well, it was at first, but then the photo taking just morphed into something crazy and fun. Want to see the photos?

You have to wait then, cause I don't have the negatives now. Haha.

I have also gained a new jacket. It looked like an anime character would wear !! Cosplay!
I fell in love with the white version first. But then decided to take the black one.

LOVE IT ^__^

But it was quite expensive. . . and my aunty bought that for me.
I am thankful for that. A Christmas present!

But sometimes I have this thought that I am like a freeloader here. They provide lodging, pay for my food and my items. And they're not cheap. And I am doing nothing to repay them. Instead I am taking advantage of that. . . . I do feel guilty.

 I should refrain myself.


Another 2 weeks to go.
Another 2 weeks to enjoy myself.
Another 2 weeks to love my relatives more.
Another 2 weeks to 'cheat' my kind and generous relatives of their money.

Good night, good day,
Bye bye ^^

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

3rd Day

I have realised that between typing in items and running up and down to do stuff for my employer, I would prefer running up and down. It helps that the company is only 3 storeys high too.

This morning, I have seen a real, live, illegal bookie. He just suddenly, out of nowhere appeared while we were having breakfast and subtly took out his notebook and asked the numbers. Interesting. And after that, he disappeared as quick as a ninja. With a turn of my head, he was waayy back asking the shop owner for her numbers. Now that is what I call quick.

This is where it happened:

Also, I have noted that in Malaysia, there is no such thing as an illegal parking space. Cars park just outside the food stalls, even if there weren't any indications, even if the stalls are next to the expressways. They still stop there! Luckily, Malaysia has plenty of space for roads.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Day 2

It's the second day!

Woke up early in the morning, preparing to set off for my new job: an errand girl for my relatives' company. It felt something like an internship, where I get some experience and they give me a roof over my head ( one that is very fine) and food, three times a day. :D

stayed worked there from 9 to 6, experiencing what the working world would offer. It was alright, but there was limited human contact; it was within the same place where I worked offered my services and there were 3 constant people working there.

On our way to the place, I saw

It is a little ... worrying. Like a scrapyard for unwanted wooden materials.

But the scenery in front was very very cool.

This can't be seen in Singapore. :D

Some of my relatives weren't alerted that I would come alone and they were surprised to say the least. Haha! There are some more which I think haven't know it yet, so I'm hoping to shock them. ^^

Also, for the first time, I did Tai-Chi.

You know, the word Tai-Chi makes me think of people doing it in parks or gardens. But this was different. It was in a primary school, and in the evening somemore. It was a relatively cloudy night. Tonight was a half moon. Beside the moon, there was a shining and bright star. "They're like lovers," my aunty commented. Indeed they were. ^^

The thing that sets Malaysia apart from Singapore, for me, is the ability to see the stars and moon. Unlike Singapore (and this kills me to admit it), Malaysia does not have much high-rise buildings or tall tress. These would not block the view of the stars-interested person. I could count more than 7 stars in the sky! My eyes were shining very brightly when I counted them. I bet you could imagine them.

But back to Tai-Chi. The first set we did as a group was simple breathing and hand movements. I could keep up with that. And I thought, It's easy. Isn't there more challenging?

And I got my wish. The next was moving both the hands and legs. That was more difficult. I guess I looked as graceful as a dog dancing on two legs.

The third set required the use of a sword. An actual sword!! Wow.
I played with the sword, slid it in and out of the hilt, pretending that I was a samurai. Haha.

Then we ate supper and came back,
What a nice thing to end the day. :)

I really have to thank my parents for allowing me to come here, and my friends who didn't send any sms to me to invite me out. Because without them, I would not keep complaining that I'm bored, grating on my parents' nerves until they came up with this solution. So I guess, everything will end up good and happy.


Monday, December 13, 2010

Day 1 of KL Trip

Yes. I have gone to see my relatives and live there for 2/3 weeks alone. No family members are with me. I sense the taste of independent. :)

Drove down to KL with my cousin. Thankfully he came home, otherwise, I would still be stuck bored and waiting for my friends to contact me. :/

Saw the old jail -- it had a worn down gate and bore the name: 1895-- which my cousin said once held the worst criminals, while driving out. Too bad I didn't take a photo of it.
Now I am in my relatives' house, with one peeking out above my shoulder as I write this.  Very interesting right??


Part of our dinner, patiently prepared by Aunty. ^^

Saturday, December 11, 2010

How's the outfit?

Hehe, it was actually for my Mom, but she altered it a little at the back ( too loose!)

Nice eh?

Kinda like it. Though the layer was very thin.

And you couldn't believe what I saw that day.


My Goodness, there were so many!! Makes me want to cosplay myself, even if Mom feels the need to point out it is acting cute. I don't think so. I think it is just a way to be another character in another dimension. It is totally cool.

Want more?

Here they will be!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

My brother has a layer of dust in his room. On his objects, along his shelf and on his books. It has been accumulated for months.

All you have to do is to just slide your finger on any area, and -- poof! -- there's grime and dirt on your finger. *Shivers* Urgh.