Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Sony Cybershot Album-T

Bought a Sony Cybershot Album-T in PINK! I'll treat this as the christmas present to myself in year 2007 :P

The above costs a total of RM 1,399.

There are a total of 5 colours in this series, including black, white, green, blue and most-females-favourite pink.

The camera and a matching pink pouch that costs an addition of RM 69.

The market price for Album-T is RM 1,399. However not only you can get the camera itself, you'll entitle yourself a free ODM digital watch valued at RM 399, a free Album-T memo pad, Album-T LCD screen wiper, Album-T key chain and a Album-T neck strap.

Touch screen.

If you bought the camera before December 8, 2007, I suppose you would get another 2 free tickets to Rynn Lim's concert which was on the December 8, 2007. I didn't go to his concert though I like Lin Yu Zhong, the Album-T ambassador, very much. Nvm, I still support him by buying the Album-T :P

Check out the picture taken by Album-T below.

The ambassador.

This camera is made of plastic instead of stainless steel and that's why its weight is only approximately 156g with battery! That makes the fashion camera easy to carry around, add on to its convenience.

The 8.1 megapixel camera has a 2.7 inches touch screen LCD display, slightly smaller than Sony Cybershot T series' 3" LCD screen.

You can edit pictures in the camera itself, such as cropping images to remove unwanted portions, applying radial blur around a chosen point or surround a chosen point in monochrome.

Check out the below picture edited by Album-T.



Well, believe me there is so much more you can do in the camera itself and so many functions in the camera it actually confuses my mind!

All in all, this is a stylish and slim camera which follows fashion trend nowadays, as well as to colourise your life.

Like this! The pink room! So nice...

Saturday, December 22, 2007


Had a bad experience when I went to renew my road tax recently. I was told by the officer from the post office that I was blacklisted as there are 2 unclear summons on hand.

I was like 'W-H-A-T??!!!' I never expect it as no one even told me about that, not even my family! or future family! lol. (Well, I could only laugh now...as the whole thing was over!)

I then quickly sms 'POLIS SAMAN [CAR NUMBER PLATE] SEMUA' to 32728. Thereafter, I received 2 sms costs RM 0.50 each from 32738 because there were a total of two summons registered under my name!

OMG, RM 500!!

To my surprise, it was shown in one of the sms that the old summon that I thought I had already cancelled was still existed! Blame it on the police officer concerned who told Eddie that he would settle it a few months back!

Apparently, I was very upset about it and informed Eddie about the same promptly.

The second day, which was on December 11, 2007, public holiday in the State of Selangor, Eddie went to the HQ of the Police Station for Traffic at Jalan Tun HS Lee to pay off the summons and to cancel the old summon.

The funny thing was he was informed that the old summon couldn't be cancelled in Jalan Tun HS Lee and he must do it in the HQ of the Police Station at Bukit Aman.

Due to traffic congestion, Eddie only reached Bukit Aman approximately 2 and a half hours as a few of the main roads were blocked in conjunction with the celebration of the Sultan, if I were not mistaken.

Eddie was completely freaked out when he was told that he could only cancel the summon on December 18, 2007 as the police officer who issued it was having a training! His superior wouldn't help to rectify the mistake and the only one who could cancel it was the same officer who issued it.

When Eddie passed the message to me, I was so stressed the tears just felt from the eyes. It was totally out of my mind and I lost control I felt like punching the rabbit soft toy exactly the same way like Crayon Shin Chan's mother does.

Getting ready to punch Shin Chan, or otherwise the rabbit soft toy in the toilet if it was in public.

I did not believe that a small matter like this couldn't be settled now and I quickly wrote 2 letters for Eddie to pass it to the police in Bukit Aman the next day!

It took me 2 hours for the below letters.

Letter 1.

Rujukan tuan: Sila dinasihatkan
Rujukan kami: KarSaman 2007(1)

11hb Disember 2007

Cawangan Trafik

Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah
Polis Diraja Malaysia
Subang Jaya



Dengan segala hormatnya, saya, Goh Nai Hsing (No IC 000000-00-0000),merujukan kepada perkara di atas.

Sila tuan dimaklumkan bahawa saya mengalami kemalangan jalanraya pada 26hb Januari 2007 dan telah diberikan satu saman AA000001. Namun demikian, pada satu masa yang kemudian, satu saman AA000002 yang baru telah diisukan dan dikirimkan kepada saya untuk kejadian kemalangan jalanraya yang sama.

Untuk rujukan senang tuan, sila dimaklumkan bahawa isi kandungan bagi kedua-dua saman tersebut adalah sebagaimana yang dinyatakan di bawah:

Oleh yang demikian, sila dimaklumkan bahawa saman AA000001 dan saman AA000002 adalah diisukan pada kemalangan dan perkara yang sama. Tempat kejadian bagi kedua-dua saman tersebut adalah berbeza kerana tempat kejadian kemalangan tersebut berdekat dengan lebuhraya LDP dan lebuhraya Kesas.

Di samping itu, apabila saya membuat pembayaran untuk saman AA000002, satu pengawai polis yang berkenaan telah memberitahu bahawa saman AA000001 akan dibatalkan kerana ia telah diisukan dengan kesilapan.

Berdasarkan makluman di atas, saya ingin memohon tuan untuk membatalkan saman AA000001 yang diisukan pada kemalangan yang sama, dengan menulis satu surat rasmi kepada saya supaya saya boleh menyampaikan surat rasmi tuan untuk membatalkan saman AA000001 dan memperbarui cukai jalanraya saya yang akan menghabiskan tempoh pada 13hb Disember 2007.

Kerjasama tuan adalah amat dihargai dan didahului oleh ucapan ribuan terima kasih.

Sekian, terima kasih.

Yang benar,

Goh Nai Hsing

and the letter for the representative to show identity, in case they want it.

Rujukan tuan: Sila dinasihatkan
Rujukan kami: KarSaman 2007(2)

11hb Disember 2007

Cawangan Trafik

Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah
Polis Diraja Malaysia
Subang Jaya



Dengan segala hormatnya, saya, Goh Nai Hsing (No IC 000000-00-0000), merujukan kepada perkara di atas.

Saya ingin mewakilkan satu Chong Chun Foong (No IC 000000-00-0000) untuk menyampaikan surat yang bertarikh 11hb Disember 2007 dengan rujukan KarSaman 2007(1) kepada tuan.

Sekian, terima kasih.

Yang benar,

Goh Nai Hsing

Sigh, my action to please the police officers failed the next day in the station at Puchong but at least they felt a little delighted when they read my two letters. They then talked to my representative without the arrogant tone and they were so kind that they informed Eddie the officer concerned would be in on December 15, 2007.

On December 15, 2007, the matter was settled when the person-in-charge told me the same in the station at Puchong. His tone was OK but he did not apologise for causing me the trouble.

Maybe it's because in Malaysia, 'human makes mistakes'.
Well, the good thing is I met a young male chinese police officer and I took down his number in case that the 'settled' matter would turn out to be unsettled AGAIN. Actually he was the one who offered me the help after listening to my concern about the matter :P

Anyway, I could only pay my other summons and thereafter renew my road tax on Monday.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Wonderful Christmas is around the corner...

You better watch out
You better not cry
Better not pout
I'm telling you why
Santa Claus is coming to town
I'm dreaming of a white Christmas
Just like the ones I used to know
Where the treetops glisten
and children listen
To hear sleigh bells in the snow

I can hear Christmas Songs playing almost everywhere wherever I go! I simply love Christmas music, especially the traditional ones. They are so soothing they calm your body and relax your mind!

Love the X'mas decorations and Christmas lights too as they never fail to brighten up the city, especially during the night time!

and the christmas presents under the Christmas Tree!!! I prefer pressie to the cash in the packets. Ironically, if the pressie underneath the wrapping paper is not what I like, (I never say what I love) then I'll prefer the money(wuahahaha).

Christmas decorations.

Forget about the fun time, do you know that lots of people get depressed easily on this day when they are all alone, no company or when they do not have enough money to bring home for this special occasion and ultimately contribute to the higher suicidal rate worldwide?? okay, I'm going too far...but I'm not wacky!

Thus, people, you must be contented when you can enjoy a glass of light red wine with Turkey!

Anyway, it's 5 more days to Christmas Day, the day where you reward yourself to the maximum and spend more than you can afford! So, I hereby wish all of you a ~MERRY CHRISTMAS~HO HO HO!~

Christmas Cake from Bakerzin for everyone...Merry Christmas!

Friday, December 14, 2007

Phnom Penh - Part 2

Take a closer look of the fried insects.

The Spider!

The cockroach.

The grasshopper.

~Ewww~ disgusting! Do you dare to stuff that into your mouth??! OMG! Couldn't believe it! Alright, maybe when you are so poor and you don't have anything better to eat, that could be an option.

Apparently, I did not try it but I'm now wondering how do those bugs taste like? They looked crunchy to me! not sure whether they are tasty or not! :P

Local delights.

Neither did I try the local food in Cambodia as my travel mates were too afraid of getting a diarrhoea after eating those streetside food. Well, perhaps when I travel again in Cambodia, I might try it, and hopefully I won't be influenced by their comments, lol.

Streetside stalls. There's a half-naked baby!

People say when you are in a foreign country, you should try their local culinary delights. Unfortunately, we didn't. We took our familiar chinese food instead.

Our dinner.

and French cuisine. :(

The French & Italian breakfast.

The second thing that amused me in Phnom Penh is the traffic. Those drivers are wilder than malaysian drivers! They use horns all the time.

Sorry, this is the only video I have but I can guarantee you that there are worse traffic in Phnom Penh than the one in the video.

There are tuk-tuks in Cambodia too, but I think tuk-tuks in Thailand look nicer than those in Cambodia. Possibly they are originally from Thailand??!

The tuk-tuk in Cambodia. Beware of the scam tuk-tuk driver!

Ok, that's all for Phnom Penh so far! Catch up more in future post as I will post some performances by the transexuals I watched in Phnom Penh! *giggle*

Anyway, I'm sure I'll be back here again! for the food and for the shot glass to add it to my various countries shot glass collection!! *wink wink* see you! Enjoy your weekends ahead!

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Behind the Scene of the Photo Shoot in 5-Star-Hotel

These photos were taken during a photoshoot in a hotel room by myself.

Adelaine's indulging in her luxury reading.

Sue Ann and I, giving our best look.

Sue Ann and Adelaine.

Merry, merrier and merriest.

The funny French photographer and his son, I assume.

"More, more, more" of the joyful look, said the photographer.

He's so expressive!

Yeah, that's right, you got it!! Good Good! Don't move!

We were pretending to laugh happily as the photographer wanted to capture a moment of us enjoying in the luxury 5-star hotel suite.

Haha...it was fun and entertaining.

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Sushi Day

If it's not for my hubby, I guess I won't learn to cook any food in my whole life because I'm always too busy to cook. haha...obviously this is not the same case when it comes to shopping, be it to shop for my wardrobe, house furnishings, toys and etc...of course PROVIDED ALWAYS THAT I have the money.

It was Saturday and I was off. I decided to make sushi for my hubby and my family as well. This was my third time making sushi already.

My preparation.


Norwegian Salmon
Egg (Tamago)
Japanese Vinegar (Dashi)
Seaweed sheet (Nori)
Japanese Rice (Sumo)
Soy Sauce (Shoyu)

That's all... Check out the end results.

See it??!! My nigiri (oval shaped sushi). I made them on my own!

See...delicious le...haha...I'm blissful! :-)

Saturday, December 08, 2007

S.H.E's Perfect 3 World Tour

Taiwanese Girls' Group S.H.E's concert was held at Stadium Merdeka, KL at 8pm on the December 1, 2007 (Saturday).

This one! except that it's in KL instead of HK. haha

It was organised by CMG Absolute & presented by LG Mobile!

So glamourous!

LG Mobile!!! Is that the brand of the burning mobile that was suspected to be the cause of the death of a Korean guy??

The burning mobile!

Anyway, I was lucky enough to get a FOC ticket from a friend at 7pm on the same date! After an hour of preperation, I reached the destination at 8.30pm.

Apparently I was late and did not get to see the opening of the concert where 3 of the girls was suspended in the air and glided to the stage.

The event and the hand that spoilt my picture!

It was reported that there were about 18000 audience attended the concert and I'm 0.00555% of the audience. Haaha...

There were 2 special guests for the night too. The first was taiwanese boy band Fahrenheit that consists of Wu Chun. Don't ask me about the rest of the members as they are not leng chai enough or famous enough for me to take notice of them. ~Lol~ Kidding. In fact, nowadays I'm too busy with my work and I don't have time to follow the mandapop or cantopop artistes. They are still great!

A gang of handsome baby face guys.

Their second guest artiste was Anthony Chang, winner of the Astro Talent Quest 2006. ~Ahem~ this one I know, as he is too ordinary that I do take notice of him. ~giggle~

Anthony Chang.

All the best Anthony! Malaysian Go! Go! Go!

The lavatories but they mixed up the Gents and the Ladies!

The concert ended about 10 to eleven.

Me, after the event.

The four of us.

A picture of sweet remembrance.

I only reached home at 2am in the morning after being stuck in the traffic for an hour and followed by a yumcha cum supper session with Duck, Sunnie and my hubby.

What a lively day. Yeah ~ Victory ~

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Phnom Penh - Part 1

Never been out of Malaysia for about one and a half years! Blame it on my work, my study and my commitment on my car, my insurance, my investment and etc...(eh, how come credit cards bills are not there?? lol...)
and finally I was off to Phnom Penh, SPONSERED! *grins*

My breakfast in Malaysia Airlines! Nice packaging of the food.

After one and a quarter hours of flight, I finally reached Phnom Penh city.

Me inside the Mercedes-Benz, the luxury automobile. Ooh-La-La!

We went to the Royal Palace, the major tourist spot in Phnom Penh, which was open to the public.

The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh.

The Palace consists of several buildings, structures and gardens. The Golden 'Chanchhaya Pavilion' is one of the them.

The Chanchhaya Pavilion.

Two of us doing the common Cambodian handsign.

Adelaine and I.

Look at the sculpture on the golden door, it's a Buddha!

The Residence of the King of Cambodia, but this is not open to the public.

Behind me was the Residence of King Norodom Sihamoni.

The Silver Pagoda where the flooring is made of silver instead of tiles. No photography is allowed.

My foot.

Nonetheless, I got this pic of my foot stepping on the silver floor. Wuahaha.

The cawaii Cambodian students. Look at their hair accessories. So cawaii.

I must admit that I was very excited when I met a group of Cambodia students! They greeted me with a 'Sues'day' (hello in khmer language), continued by ' You're beautiful' (everyone loves to be complimented! *grins* and that's again proven that dark skin people always thought that I'm beautiful, but not the white!) and lastly 'zai4 jian4' in Mandarin.

and so Cambodia is a multilingual country too, just the same as Malaysia.

Further, since Buddhism is widely spread in Cambodia. Thus, I stood a chance to take a precious picture with a monk! haha...call me crazy!

The Monk and I.

okok. I know you'll get bored by reading this. So check this out...

Cambodian's food! The deep-fried insects are ready to be served!

To be continued...

Monday, December 03, 2007

Magical Glass

went to attend a friend's wedding dinner at Hy Thien Seafood Restaurant @ Seri Kembangan on the December 2, 2007.

The bride and bridegroom.

The food is normal as it's in a restaurant. It will never be too bad.

Most importantly, I discovered something interesting during the event!

The magical glass.

The curved glass.

Compare the above with the below.

The normal glass.

See the difference?

Fine! No big deal.