Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Saturday, October 18, 2008
Step 2: After whacking it, unwrap it. See the result? The whole choc. orange(originally a ball of choc) is broken into fine slices. Wonderful invention, isn't it?
Step 3: Fully unwrap it and be ready to be awed even more.
Step 4(optional step): Observe the patterns imprinted onto each slice. This is to give(maintain) its quality and brand assurance.
Step 5(optional step): Take a picture of it. Lastly, taste it.(This is a must, uhhh...D-HUH). Savor it slowly and let it melt slowly in your mouth. You can feel the rich chocolate overflowing to every corner of your mouth. Try to think of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Another good stuff: Cap'n Crunch's cereals(USA). It comes in a variety of selections and this is one of the best. You can grab it at Ta Kiong in the Spring Hypermarket(Kuching). Its price is a little expensive but it's quite worth it and worth a try.
Pour some Cap'n Crunch's cereals into a bowl. Add fresh milk. Scoop them into your mouth and enjoy. It'll be a healthy breakfast for all ages.
Another product of Cap'n Crunch's cereals.
Till then, God bless. Jesus loves you! :-)
Friday, October 17, 2008
Looks like chicken rice, but taste like a food you've never tasted before(Delicious!)
It was really filling and contenting. An unforgettable taste indeed!
Till then, God bless and take care.
Jesus loves you. :-)
Sunday, October 12, 2008
This special dish is what I call 'bamboo' veg. Really delicious and spicy. Mm-mm!
In all, praise God for the food and giving me a mom who can cook so well! Thanks a lot mom and love ya!
God bless. Jesus loves you. :-)
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Thursday, October 2, 2008
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
This post is actually a sequel to the 'two more days to go for opening ceremony' post. It has been delayed. So I decided that I should blog about my campus opening ceremony today. Before touching on the topic, these are some pictures taken two months ago.
Some of the flowers from Cameron Highlands
The girls from left: Nicole, Rachel, Sherlyn, Tiffeny, Ai Ping, Elaine
As I was one of the ushers, it is compulsory for all ushers on that day to wear traditional costumes. So these are the pictures on the day of my campus' official opening ceremony:
I shook hands with the PM, the man at right is our Vice-Chancellor
Our PM enjoying the daytime fireworks show. The fireworks were beautiful and I'm sure everyone enjoyed it.
This is the whole summary on what took place during my campus opening ceremony...there are actually more things to talk about but the time doesn't allow for now. That day was indeed memorable and everyone was pretty tired at the end of the day(enjoyed very much though).
Till then, God bless.
Jesus loves you.