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Paraskavidekatriaphobia

Thursday, August 02, 2007

Old Look, New URL

Finally, it works!
Yeah!

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Shamelessly Speechless

Being challenged be an IBM from JCD, I was shamelessly speechless. Though it wasn't a big deal, it is a high time for me to start learning harder. Being professional is always my motto.

Luminor vs Radiomir are no longer a problem for me... ha ha ha!

Cream Of The Riches

Working for the riches at a hill bottom is nothing interesting. Though my new teammates are definitely going fine with me, the whole team structure and the China counterparts are definitely disastrous.

Lack of supports from the top management and squeezed by the IBM/BMWs from outside make our lives even worse.

We are collapsing.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Top List Of IBM / BMW

JCDeaux Pearl & Dean, Elle, Cosmopolitan/Bazaar, Oriental Daily, Metro Daily, Next Magazine...

Surprisingly, JCD is becoming hot...

A Day Of Silence @ The Office





Life is becoming no difference. Work, work and work. Luckily, no more pics will be taken at the office's toilet in the weekends... ha ha ha.

New Look Of Starcom

Firemen





Thursday, July 19, 2007

Busssssssssssssssy

Just too busy lately (and having no mood in updating this blog), let's take a look of my new blog site. It helps myself in understanding my new client.

Welcome to the world of Luxury.
http://whatever-luxurious.blogspot.com/

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Fishy Fishy









Nice Food. Unluckily, it is not available in HK.

Sunday, June 24, 2007

Hongese In Malaysia - Nasi Lemak



Nasi lemak is known as the unofficial national dish of Malaysia. In Malay, the words literally mean 'rice in fat', which are derived from the cooking process where rice is soaked in rich coconut cream and then the mixture steamed.



Nasi lemak is traditionally a breakfast dish, and it is sold early in the morning at roadside stalls in Malaysia, where it is often sold packed in newspaper, brown paper or banana leaf. However, there are restaurants which serve it on a plate as noon or evening meals, making it possible for the dish to be treated as a delicacy. 'Nasi lemak panas' meaning hot nasi lemak is another name given to nasi lemak serve with hot cooked rice.

Essential condiments
Fried ikan bilis (anchovies)
Fried peanuts
Cucumber slices
Wedges of hardboiled egg (variations: fried eggs, or slices of omelette)
Sambal (a kind of cooked chili paste, plain with onions or with ikan bilis too)

Extras
Chicken curry or rendang
Beef curry or rendang
Mutton curry or rendang
Cuttlefish sambal or curry
Chicken liver and gizzard curry
Fried chicken
Fried cow lung (paru)
Begedil (potato cutlets sometimes mixed with minced meat)
Dried prawns sambal (some non-halal outlets cook this with minced pork)
Cockles in sambal

Stewed kangkong (water spinach)

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Hongese in Malaysia - Lam Mee



Finding myself at a Lam Mee place, I'm betting the name of this noodle dish is a reference to way it's served...



Sauced noodles with Hokkien (China's Fujian province) in origin, Lam Mee are noodles which are nearly submerged and served with thin gravy. Lam (pronounced lin in Mandarin) means to strain/filter or pour/drench.





Customers can order lam mee with the noodle of their choice - mee (thick round yellow noodles), meehun (thread-thin rice noodles), or smooth, slippery kway teow (flat rice noodles). We had chosen the former one and our mee arrive in wide bowls which swim in the ocean of dark, black sauce.