Friday, February 25, 2011
How's life after CNY? I hope everyone has gotten over the gambling atmosphere. After all, we wouldn't want to stay up late for mahjong and miss our class the next morning. This week is the beginning of my new semester. Pretty relaxed I would say, since there's no tutorial class on the first week. Meanwhile I'm looking forward to our coming lessons. There's always so much new stuff to learn! Angela. Meiyan and I signed up for the same tutorial classes so we'll be spending plenty of time together, like we always do! :)
Just checked my blogspot's unique visit and omgoshhhh *panic* this is not good! I think imma fall into depression stage wtf. I'm getting out of this computer lab which is full of annoying iranians. I shall update once I get my bb software! Formspring me ya. My profile page is very sad. HAHA. Till then! :)
Thursday, February 17, 2011
If you haven’t heard of Zlwin Chew, the young magician in town, then you should by now, as 17th February 2011, 10pm marks the official launch of Magic: A Moment of Childlike Wonder.
That’s right, watch the video and you’ll be amazed by his fork bending and many more magical power!
If you’re a regular visitor of Zouk, you might have bumped into Zlwin there. So far he’s the only magician in
Meanwhile, I didn’t intend to promote Zouk but allow me to say that Zouk is the only club in
Before knowing him personally (which was way before I started clubbing in Zouk XD), I was aware of Zlwin’s existence through his occasional appearance in May Zhee’s blog. It wasn’t until 7aste
Can you believe that at the age of 21, he was already invited to perform for members of the Royal Family, Tun Mahathir, Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew and other distinguished personalities?! Recently, he even performed his awesome magic in
Aside from performing magic, Zlwin’s second biggest hobby is taking photographs with pretty girls and have they uploaded onto his Facebook! HAHA.
Just kidding. Don’t throw dirty socks at me. Teehee.
7 of us cramped in Hsiang Kai’s little car.
Played base ball for the first time.
There’s no way you could hit a homerun without getting your palm all sore up :(
小情侣。Every Taiwanese family owns a bike as it’s the most common means of transportation there.
Fish head that kinda stinks. Reminded me of 臭臭锅。
Street food hunt at the night market!
The famous grilled meat stall.
One whole roasted pork which might possibly offend some of my Muslim readers T.T
The tarik that tasted no difference from Taiwan Bubble Tea. RM4 for one packet of the tarik LOL.
麻辣汤 with 鸭血 and 鱼蛋。
The famous 大肠包小肠。
Came across a mini size dog which we couldn’t tell whether it was real or fake until we touched it and felt the warmth. Up to now, Stepf is still confused thinking that it was a toy though -.-
糖葫芦 my favourite! The strawberries in
Bowling after night market.
During which I broke my fingernail, like I always did.
金莎，Hsiang Kai’s pet poodle that can really jump.
We can haz cute boxers! XD
It was 4pm by the time we woke up the next day. Went to this
High school students were spotted everywhere.
A hospital that embraced temple architecture.
Can’t wait for our food!
With honey mustard sauce. It’s really yummy!
Some kebab-like thingy.
Chicken chop and fried sweet potato balls.
The best 豆干 I had which I couldn’t find anywhere else in
Mee-sua, or something. Can’t recall the exact name.
The sky was dark by the time we finished eating.
Photo with each of them before leaving
Michael the fatty.
Hsiang Kai our kind
Gimmy, his hensem 15-year-old brother.
And Peter the 17-year-old, why is everyone so young?!
One last photo at the train station before we bid farewell to
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