Thursday, June 12, 2008

Jaya One

PJ has been developing really fast, recently. One of the latest addition to PJ is Jaya One, a new commercial hub. I've been there to have my meals a few times before. One thing I like about that place, besides the variety of shops (not many at the moment), is the atmosphere and decor. So I went there again last night to have my dinner at Sun Wong, since we didn't have water supply at my housing area.

Colourful lights! It looks really pretty at night.

Haha, I just like this scenery although it's too dark to see anything.

The signboard to the lift. My sister thought that it was cute of them to include kids!

I supposed this is a potential night spot...Maybe we can go there to "yam cha" one day. :D


Thursday, June 05, 2008

Postcards from Germany

Dearest Sugi Wugi finally remembered to pass me the postcards (which I have also forgotten about) of Germany and Austria which she bought end last year for me.

Regensburg, Germany, where Sugi had her training at.

Salzburg, Austria - Location where Sound of Music was filmed.
While I was talking to her, I couldn't help looking at the postcards, thinking that something was not quite right...

Hours later, the image on the bottom right of the Germany postcard caught my attention. Then, I realized what was wrong, no, I mean, NOT quite right.

I'm not a very artistic person, and I don't know much about sculpture, but that looks painful. >.< I wonder if the designer was a male masochist?


Sunday, June 01, 2008


I have not gone MIA. Unfortunately. I'd rather be abducted by aliens now. Nothing can be more terrifying than exams. Haih. Anyway, here's a proof that I have not been abducted.

I have been busy attending revision classes, though half the time my mind wasn't there >.<

Students can never resist vandalizing college properties, including the wall. Not me, okay! I'm a good girl.

"Cow flying outside". This was at my sitting place. I looked up.

Ah, I see. I could see outside. However, I didn't even see birds flying, not to mention cow...But I can understand the previous student's feeling. After hours of sitting there, I was hoping to see pigs flying outside.

Necessities for class:

Steaming cup of tea. It has three functions.
1. Warm up your insides, especially when you start to feel numb. Prevent hypothermia.
2. Give yourself a facial steam treatment. Really useful when your facial muscles are frozen.
3. Keep yourself awake.

Gloves. It beats sitting on your hands. Writing with it proves a bit difficult, although not impossible. You'll just take a longer time to decipher your own handwriting.

Lastly, jackets. Not one, but two. If you are lucky, you won't have to use them. If you aren't, even two might seem insufficient, depending on which classroom you are in.

Sometimes I'll go to KL Sentral to walk around/have lunch/relieve myself (bless their clean toilets). Sometimes, they have interesting things to see...

The Air Force had an exhibition there. At first, I wondered why there were so many bald-monk-like boys around. Then only I realized they were from the air force. >.<

After class:

Wait for transportation. It's like a lookout post on a pirate's ship, except that I don't get to see the sea. Well, this view isn't too bad.

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