Sunday, 31 August 2008
Tuesday, 26 August 2008
Picture Below: Pastor Jay Koopman
Last Saturday, there's a seminar in Glory Christian Church, Damai, Luyang, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
4. Share your Faith
Taking polls now by giving me comment k?
Friday, 22 August 2008
What I think about this cancellation is NON SENCE.
Okay, now why?
Think about it yourself.
Why Singers come to our country and sing?
Strip off herself? No right?
She's just promoting herself to increase her album and be famous (that's what singer do) and Hey.. She loves her fans just like her fans loves her. So why can't she continue her concert?
Did you know she's crying inside? Deep inside her heart?
I ask you then.
Did you ever see those girls wearing like that Avril's been wearing since the day her first album was selling in store? Look at them. Aren't they the same? Why don't you kick off those girls which is 'La la Mui' in this country? Think of that.
Those 'La la Mui' are born in this country which is MALAYSIA.
So, is it a shame that they are wearing those? In public?
I don't even know why they wanted to wear like that +.+
And more, it's not very 'Malaysiannn looo..'
Why don't you ban all the website showing in worldwide?
Those 'cutey' girls loves to act cute by showing half of their boobs for their primary pictures.
More to say.
When singers came to your country, won't you feel happy cause your country are still consider as a country that singer can step to. You know what I mean?
Don't you think this can increase our country's tourism line?
Think about it.
The concept is just like KLIA.
Will start it's operation probably in September!
Thursday, 21 August 2008
How to do it? All you need is..
1 cup of sugar
2 cup of flour
It is because to prevent the Raisins stay underneath the cake.
Why have to spread butter then flour?
It is to prevent the cake stick it's side. So it will be easier to serve if it's not sticked.
It's done and gave it to Yvonne and my dear Caren yesterday night.
Don't know why I keep on kissing Caren yesterday night >.<
*Kiss Kiss* lol
It's a good timing that I baked this cake.
Maybe it's a sign from God to let me know it's Yvonne Birthday?
I confirmed it is when I asked Caren when she fetch me to Yum cha and we both spend Yvonne and her future husband YoYo. It's funny when the time they ate. You know why? There are 2 toasts and 2 drinks. One doesn't love to drink pepermint but love pudding. One doesn't eat garlic toast but Tuna. Luckily what we take away, is suitable their taste.
Yvonne future husband react like O_O when he ate the garlic toast and keep on saying that he never eat Yoyo Toast. lol.
Back to story!
Then it's 9.30 when we went out and desperately find candles. It's too late and the candle that selling at stores, was the candle that... burn when there's no electricity? Lol.
Guess what? No worries!
She have candles in her room.
Tuesday, 19 August 2008
Monday, 18 August 2008
500g pork belly
1 tsp dark soya sauce
1 tbsp chopped garlic
2 tbsp chopped coriander leaves
½ tbsp fermented soya bean paste
1. Heat up oil for deep-frying, deep-fry yam until golden brown. Dish and drain.
2. Rub pork belly skin with 1 tsp dark soya sauce and marinate for a short while. Deep-fry in hot oil until golden brown. Dish and drain. Leave to cool and cut into think slices.
3. Leave 1 tbsp oil in wok, saute chopped garlic and coriander until aromatic. Add in seasoning and bring to boil. Dish up.
4. Arrange pork belly, yam into a bowl. Pour over sauce and steam at high heat for 1 ½ hours or until pork belly is tender. Remove, invert onto a serving plate and serve.
1. 烧热油，放入芋头炸至金黄色， 捞起沥干油分。
4. 将花肉，芋头排在大碗中，然后淋上调味料，放入蒸笼里大火蒸1 ½ 小时至华柔软，取出，倒扣在碟上即可享用。。
Picture Below: Deep fried the Pork (Skin)Picture Below: Make it Balance a little Picture Below: The Fried Skin of the PorkPicture Below: The OnionsPicture Below: The Soya Beancurd
Picture Below: Sauce (Soya beancurd + Rock sugar + little white and black soya)Picture Below: Cut Pork to PiecesPicture Below: All the Porks in piecesPicture Below: Sauce done. Spread to all Yam and PorkPicture Below: Add ons Picture Below: Here's the Pork after arranging itPicture Below: Same as above. We made 4 bowls.Picture Below: Must cover up with foils to SteamPicture Below: Pork in Steamer. lol.Picture Below: I'm Eating it
Sunday, 17 August 2008
My camera is kinda blur.. Don't know why.. Sob..
Sabah is known for its various ethnic handicraft, using skills that are passed down from one generation to the next.
In Sabah, you really can find things that are handmade.
Necklace, Jars, Batik.. even mirror! I love it so so much! Thinking of buying it when I had a first touch on it but bo lui (aka No Money) >.< , there are many more than what I got for now! Here's the pictures
Picture Below: Zhu Lut! lol