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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Restaurant Teow Chew Seafood (1st visit)

I have recently explored the Kepong area, and found a good restaurant in the KIP industry area.  Restaurant Teow Chew Seafood is located at 3A, Persiaran KIP 3, Taman Perindustrian KIP, 52200 Kuala Lumpur.

Below are some photos of the food we had..

菜箱豆腐
奶油虾球
茄子
Sweet Sour Chicken

The total price for the above dishes with 4 rice and tea was around RM70.

If you happen to be in Kepong and trying to find a place to eat, why not try out this.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Introducing My Very Own Cold Press Juice

To be honest, I made a bad decision to leave Malaysia 3 months ago, and now back with no job and to start all over again!  I'm determine that this time, to grow my own and not going back to the corporate world for the time being.

I will have a little project starting tomorrow, however to keep me going, I'm introducing to you my very own little venture of selling cold press juices.  What am I different from the rest?  I juice according to your preferred combination despite having some 'common' ones in my list.  Each bottles of juice range from RM8 to RM10 depends on the combination (but trust me, the juices are mostly RM8 ONLY)!

I started a page in FB, If you are there, may you please help me like my page?
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fresh-Choice-Cynful-Pleasure/283927535151234

I started off by having 6 colours of juices, which is Red, Green, Yellow, Orange, Purple and White.  Each of these will have different combinations of the base and other ingredients.  If you are interested in the juices, feel free to contact me via FB or drop a comment below.


If you have like my FB Page, I will appreciate if you could also introduce it to your friends!

Thank you!



Saturday, May 30, 2015

Why do I keep failing badly in life?

Have I not done the right thing to succeed?  Am I asking too much to live my life simple?  Why is it so hard to just live simple?

Why do I keep making mistakes over mistakes, new ones again and again?  Why why why?

3 months in China was not really fantastic, and I came home with zero again!  It's now looks like I got to start all over again, and I really don't know how.. what should I do?

I have not chase for having millions in life, I don't have big dreams.. All I wanted was to live life simple.  I don't have to worry about living monetary, I have a place to call my own, I can send my girl to extra classes that she likes, Am I asking too much?  Have I not done enough to deserve that? Why do I keep failing?

I think I know the answer, but how do I really get over it?  How do I now start over again?  It's really depressing, but with the girl with me now, I know I can't give up.  Maybe let me take a few days of hibernation, and I should come out again.. It's sad that I need to start all over again, I have cause some disappointments among friends that supported me all this while..

I felt sorry and ashamed now..

To all my family and friends that have supported me, I AM SORRY!!!  Deeply SORRY!

Thursday, February 26, 2015

MasterChef Asia



Are you a fan of MasterChef?  

Now that you have a chance to be in the 'contest' and share your cooking experience!! 

Check it out! 

MasterChef Asia is presented by Lifetime® with a 15-episode series which will feature three judges.  Who the judges?  You will get to know later!

Alongside contestants selected from across Asia, amateur cooks who aspire to be the first ever MasterChef Asia can submit also their audition videos on masterchefasia.com from now until 5 March 2015


So hurry, send in your audition videos today!

MasterChef Asia is presented by the Singapore Tourism Board and Knorr, in association with Panasonic and Changi Airport Group. Lifetime (Astro Ch 709) is the exclusive Pay TV home in Asia for MasterChef versions from Australia, New Zealand and Canada.  

MasterChef is represented internationally by Endemol Shine Group. The show was originally revived as MasterChef Goes Large in 2005 by Shine TV in the UK and is based on a format originally created by Franc Roddam.

Now, should I go too? 

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

‘PIRATE AND PRINCESS: POWER OF DOING GOOD’


Disney Junior’s ‘Pirate and Princess: Power of Doing Good’ campaign aims to introduce kids aged 2-7 to the idea and values of - caring for nature, animals, and helping others. The campaign will aim to empower preschoolers to participate in acts of service encouraged by parents and supported by the community.



Parents will need to download fun activity sheets from the website www.disneyjuniorpowerofdoinggood.com

Activities are themed around four key areas - Community, Animals, Nature and Storytelling. Online badges and certificates are simple rewards to encourage kids to complete all activity sheets and learn the ethos of doing good. In addition, there will be opportunities for kids and families to create “power promises” online- a simple promise to do something good for the world they live in.

“Through the power of our stories and characters we not only inspire kids to imagine a better world but also help them to realize, through simple acts of caring for their surroundings and their community, that they have the potential to make a positive change in the world they live in. The Power of Doing Good campaign on Disney Junior empowers kids and families with information and opportunities to engage with their friends, families and communities to make a positive impact on the world around them. We are grateful to our partners WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), SPCA Singapore and Selangor, and Singapore Environment Council for their support,” said Natasha Malhotra, General Manager, Branded Media and Content, The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia.

"WWF is happy to support Disney Junior's Power of Doing Good campaign. Children need to learn from a young age to be aware and care for the environment, the animals and society. This will go a long way in growing a generation who takes responsibility in shaping a healthy planet,” said Elaine Tan, CEO, WWF Singapore.

Popular Disney Junior characters Jake (from Jake and the Never Land Pirates) and Sofia (from Sofia the First) will take the kids on a journey of personal empowerment through the ‘Power of doing good’ campaign.

I've sign up an account for princess, however for now, she will not be with me.  I've told her to keep her promises, and let me know when she is back from her sleepover.  She must have a lot of fun during this holiday, and also able to Do GOOD!  With all the promises she has made, it will motivates her to keep it!

Princess also recorded some of the cartoon series which collaborates with this theme.  You may visit HERE for the special shows on Disney Junior!

So parents, don't wait further!  Let's start teaching our kids DOING GOOD!


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