Showing posts from July, 2011

Thrill3r Project: Riverboarding

On July 16th, I managed have this chance to go to riverboarding at Gopeng. This is organized by Jack N' Jill Roller Coaster and I was one of lucky 10 who got chosen to join them, much thanks to :D And also I can bring one friend along, and I brought Lulu along. :D I mean, Tse Ling XD

Gathered at Centrepoint, journeyed there in two separate vans and reached Gopeng, the area for riverboarding around say...10? The equipments and stuffs were in Adeline's Villa. Kinda nice place.

I'm so round. T^T. Yes, I realize that. That's like the full equipment minus the board itself. Changing into these took time because first of all, the overall was like painfully tight! Takes times to pull it, skin to skin tight. Next, they have to make sure we wore it right. So they actually helped us to "wear" those safety jackets, helmets and choose the right sizes for us. Oh, the shoe was painfully tight too T^T. After wearing the suit for 5 minutes, be prepared to feel like as…

Write 2# - Essay: Causes and Effects of Child Prostitution

It's gloomy today. Rained awhile.. Feel like typing a long blog post but no inspiration O: So, here you go. An essay I wrote for English homework :/

The Causes and Effects of Child Prostitution
Child prostitution has long been a concern of child advocates. While the children's rights movement is not very prominent in Malaysia, the people of the United States continues to advocate for children's rights. Today, child prostitution continues to be a problem of significance importance globally, especially in the United States, with an increased number of teens falling into prostitution. One cannot mistaken that child prostitution only involves the girls as studies have shown that the number of males under age 16 that are involved in prostitution are equally as many as girls. Therefore, it is important for the society to tackle this global issue by finding its root causes and looking into them to find solutions.
Juveniles who enter prostitution are often from similar backgrounds. M…

Marche at The Curve, Damansara

Ruhwey and the cow.
This is quite overdue about 2 weeks ago. Hehe. So, we had a surprise birthday dinner with Joynn at Marche at the Curve. It's my second time here after many many many years ago. My first time was more than 6 years ago, and I can't even remember what I ate then.

It's easy to spot Marche as long as you see the cow above in the street walk. Just a fun fact, Marche (pronounced as Mar-shay) literally means market in French. So, the concept of this restaurant is basically like a marketplace. Of course, it's a very high class and clean one. :P

That was some of us, chilling after decorating the place with balloons. Other pictures were much more blurry, thus lazy to upload -.- Nevermind, you won't be disappointed with the food pictures later I hope O:

Blurrrryyy pictures. Please excuse it. That was our private chamber for the night. We were seated at the Swiss Auberge section. Cool eh? Just imagine walking with that many balloons and fitting them all insid…

End of Sem 1

Yay! Today marks the day I finish my first semester in college. Officially finished finals today :P Time flies isn't it? I know I haven't really blogged much about college life although I have started since the last week of March. Gosh, it's end of July already!

College has been pretty much the same to me, I don't feel anything exciting in particular but happy things are done very different as compared in school. More commitment, less reliant thus more independent. Also, having "breaks" in between of classes. And most of all, two-way form of interaction from most classes. I must say, I enjoy lectures though I feel like going to sleep mode sometimes. :/ And I thank God for good lecturers :D

These are people I first met in my first two weeks in college. First batch of people I know in college. Most of us are not in the same class for the semester. So just remain hi-bye friends :/ It's somehow interesting though. We only know each other for one week, the nex…


For a long time now, if you have noticed, my blog hasn't really contained much words as compared to my first two years in blogging. When I started blogging, this space has always been a place of rant, a place of pouring out feelings, at that moment at that time when I write.

And I find myself smiling and laughing whenever I read back the old posts. It may be silly, maybe even stupid at the point of time when I wrote it, but what I wrote was from my heart and mind.. without much filter of course. I stopped writing too much personal stuffs on my blog because I find myself being wreckless in the things I wrote. I only wrote about things that I felt personally, and because I am impulsive and emotional at that very moment and time of sadness or anger, I tend to write things that may hurt others because of my choice of words. And I also realize the danger of expressing too much on a space that is open for all. And that's the point I have took off the whole idea of writing personal t…

Dark Knight Trilogy Poster

Saw this poster made by a fan, creative much?
He/She combined the 3 official posters and made into one. Very cool.

Updates #13 - HELP Matriculation Centre (HMC) Leadership Camp 2011

I'm gonna talk about the worst camp of my life, I repeat the WORST. Yes, I'm so jealous, so not satisfied that I went to Genting and not the other camps. March intake students were split into 3 different camp groups - Bukit Tinggi, Gopeng and Genting. And Genting was the most pathetic one. Yes, we had a kind of proper place to stay, maybe a fresher air, but in all other aspects, it sucks.

We had almost a total of 11 hours of talks, like a seminar and only less than 4 hours of outdoor activities. And our outdoor activities was just mainly finding clues around. THAT's ALL. While the other camps did 11 hours of outdoor activities, ranging from group games, water rafting and more! And they only have a maximum of 2 hour session for talks. Totally sucks. Was on the brink of being bored to death seriously. And then, about 2/3 of people also got food poisoning! I tell you it was horrible.

The toilets and sinks were clogged. It was dusty everywhere. So typical Malaysian place. OMG.…

The Ship, Pertama Complex

Went to The Ship at Pertama Complex with my family during the last Father's Day for dinner. 
Ruh and mum
Me, yes I realize I'm very round -.-' don't mention :3
Escargot! Nom nom nom. Sedap, not very cheesy until you feel like puking. (:

My sirloin steak :D sizzling hot when it came out. I rikes. I ordered medium and it was good. Nom nom. I love beef :x

Garlic steak. Nice jugak. Not too garlic-ish, so it won't make you go drinking water after every 2 minutes. 

Chicken Maryland. Not a fan of chicken maryland comment xD
Ruh ate black pepper steak but no pictures cause it's blurry. -.-''
Well, nothing much to say about The Ship XD. The ambiance is alright. I love the setting but I dislike low lightings. Food is obviously good. Price is okay.. 
Anyway, it's been a very long time since I have last been there. So, good time.